Leslye Gale's O-Town Lowdown on Magic 107.7 for Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020


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Every morning on Magic 107.7 FM, Leslye Gale discusses the most interesting Orlando Weekly stories of the day on "Chad & Leslye." Check out Leslye's picks today.

Welcome A New Easy Way To Shop At Winn Dixie

You may already be a fan of Publix and Instacart, the shopping service that allows you to do your grocery shopping from the convenience of your kitchen table.

Winn Dixie is now jumping onto the grocery delivery bandwagon, with the announcement they've partnered with Uber Eats. – LINK

We were all disappointed when Elton John canceled his "Yellow Brick Road Tour" at Orlando's Amway Center.

Today, Elton announced the tour will resume.

Unfortunately, not until 2022 and Orlando is set for April of that year. – LINK

If you're looking for safe, family fun this Halloween (and who isn't) Gatorland is bringing back it's spooky offering all month long. – LINK

Here's a number that will blow your mind.

Cruise ship behemoth, Carnival, is losing $17,000.00 a minute!

The question is, "can Carnival Cruise Lines stay afloat"? – LINK

Check out more stories at OrlandoWeekly.com. Leslye's updates are every weekday morning at 5:10, 6:10, and 8:10 a.m. You can listen to Magic 107.7 live online.

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