Orlando attraction features ‘bright futures’ for Black History Month
ORLANDO, Fla. – Wall Crawl is known for being a picture studio where visitors can get some Instagram-worthy content by posing in front of their 20-plus walls. The studio first opened in August 2019, and ever since, Wall Crawl has made sure to have a Black History Month wall. Celebrating Black History Month has been just one of the ways we do that,” said Jeanette Johnson, co-founder of Wall Crawl. Last year, Wall Crawl featured Black historical figures who played a big role in Central Florida, but this year, the attraction is looking to the future. Sabrina Dessalines created a wall honoring Black women who inspire her for Black History Month.
How ‘ghost kitchens’ are changing the restaurant industry
ORLANDO, Fla. – When ordering take-out you probably assume the food that's delivered comes from the restaurant you ordered from, but that's not always the case. With the popularity of food delivery service apps, like Uber Eats, Postmates and DoorDash, more and more restaurants are preparing food in off-site facilities known as ghost kitchens. Orlando-based Red Lobster announced it will soon operate a number of ghost kitchens around the country, with the first expected to be somewhere in the Midwest. WATCH MORE FROM THE WEEKLY BY CLICKING OR TAPPING HERE"Ghost kitchens are facilities that are actually invisible to the public," Lopdrup said. Orlando won't have any ghost kitchens in Red Lobster's initial batch of locations, but Lopdrop said there will be locations here in the future.