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German Village

Located just south of downtown Columbus, this historic neighborhood was settled by a large number of German immigrants in the mid-1800s. Today, German Village has a single zoned commercial strip along Livingston Avenue; it’s mostly a residential neighborhood of red-brick homes with wrought iron fences along tree-lined, brick streets.

Catch Up With: Sweet Carrot Food Truck

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson Catch Up With: Sweet Carrot Food Truck

Did you know that Sweet Carrot is an anagram of Two Caterers? Well, it is, and it’s the reason why Angela Petro, who launched Two Caterers some 17 years ago, named her food truck as she did when it rolled out in 2012. In 2013, Petro moved her base of operations to the High Line […]

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Studio 543 – Yoga Inferno Opening in German Village

Sara Gaul Sara Gaul Studio 543 – Yoga Inferno Opening in German Village

Studio 543 is the first of its kind in German Village and is soon to be the hottest spot in town. Sister duo Kristina Suszkiw and Natasha Babamovski have created a one of a kind yoga experience in a truly unique space. Classes will be flowing vinyasa taught in the heated, candlelit inferno to music ranging from Pink […]

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GCAC Presents: German Village Art Crawl Turns Garages into Galleries

 Jeff Tobin GCAC Presents: German Village Art Crawl Turns Garages into Galleries

Who throws an art festival in a neighborhood alley? German Village, that’s who. A couple of years back, some residents had the crazy idea to turn several garages along Macon Alley into art galleries for a unique one-night event. They asked homeowners along the alley for permission. They sent out invites to some of the […]

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German Village Cup O Joe Converting to Stauf’s Coffee Roasters

Walker Evans Walker Evans German Village Cup O Joe Converting to Stauf’s Coffee Roasters

German Village coffee drinkers will soon be trading in their Cup O Joe mugs for Stauf’s mugs at the coffee house at 627 South Third Street. The store, which has been undergoing renovations for the past month will be switching brands, though still owned by the same parent company. Stauf’s President Mark Swanson says that the […]

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German Village Cup O Joe Closes for Remodeling

Walker Evans Walker Evans German Village Cup O Joe Closes for Remodeling

If you’re a regular customer to Cup O Joe / MoJoe Lounge in German Village, then you might be surprised to be greeted by the above message if you attempt to stop by today. The popular shop at 627 South Third Street closed up yesterday for a major remodeling project that will take place over […]

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Free CBUS Downtown Circulator Launches

Brent Warren Brent Warren Free CBUS Downtown Circulator Launches

COTA’s new free downtown circulator bus launched today, traveling in a loop between Sycamore Street in the Brewery District and Third Avenue in the Short North. Signs reading “CBUS” mark the stops for the new route, which was first announced by COTA in February. The CBUS will run every 10 minutes from 7am to 7pm […]

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At Home: The Details That Create A Home

Anne Evans Anne Evans At Home: The Details That Create A Home

When you have all of the little details together, that’s what makes a house feel like a home. Seth and Laura DeGarmo moved into a 2 bedroom, 1 and a half bath home in German Village two and a half years ago. The 1,300 square-foot home was very cute, but they repainted everything to make […]

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