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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.

Council Approves Development on Former Giant Eagle Site

Brent Warren Brent Warren Council Approves Development on Former Giant Eagle Site

The Columbus City Council voted last night to approve the zoning changes needed for the redevelopment of the former Giant Eagle store at 280 E. Whittier St. The project had already received support from the South Side Area Commission and the Development Commission, which normally would all but assure a positive vote from council. This […]

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First Look: The Sycamore

Susan Post Susan Post First Look: The Sycamore

The Sycamore in German Village officially makes its comeback tomorrow, Wednesday, July 28. Good Food Restaurants purchased the neighborhood mainstay from previous owners Chris Crader and Grow Restaurants last summer. Vice President and Managing Partner of GFR Tony Heaphy says while they wanted to keep the cozy, contemporary bistro slash neighborhood gathering place feel The […]

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12+ New And Soon To Open Restaurants in Central Ohio

Susan Post Susan Post 12+ New And Soon To Open Restaurants in Central Ohio

As the pandemic continues to wane, a whole new world of dining is emerging! Let’s catch up on what has opened, what’s opening soon and a few future projects to keep your eyes on in the Columbus dining (and bar!) scene. Here’s over 12 new restaurants to try: The Open ‘Plas Food & Drinkplasfoodanddrink.com Taking […]

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Theater Review: Actors’ Theatre Presents Grim, Moving Slice of Theatrical History With ‘The African Company Presents Richard III’

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Theater Review: Actors’ Theatre Presents Grim, Moving Slice of Theatrical History With ‘The African Company Presents Richard III’

Actors’ Theatre continues their Changes season with a moving version of Carlyle Brown’s 1994 breakout historical drama The African Company Presents Richard III directed by David Glover. The African Company of New York thrived in the 1820s in New York City with popular productions of Shakespeare’s work downtown at the African Grove, founded by William […]

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Bites & Sips: Reopenings, Vegan Nuggets, Eats in Dublin & More

Susan Post Susan Post Bites & Sips: Reopenings, Vegan Nuggets, Eats in Dublin & More

There’s oh so much to eat (and drink!) in Columbus! The dining scene welcomes back some big names, Dublin gets its own food tour, Land-Grant and Columbus Crew continue their partnership and much, much more! Read on to find out what’s happening in the drinking and dining scene in Central Ohio! Hot Chicken Takeover Debuts […]

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Theatre Review: Actors’ Theatre Returns With Delightful ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Richard Sanford Richard Sanford Theatre Review: Actors’ Theatre Returns With Delightful ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

The much-missed Actors’ Theatre of Columbus brought the stage in Schiller Park back to life last weekend after a dark year with one of Shakespeare’s most accessible comedies, Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Philip J. Hickman and Cat McAlpine.  The phenomenal set by Brendan Michna and costumes courtesy of Tonya Marie (of Gypsycat Studios) […]

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Dough Mama Closing Second Location This Weekend

Susan Post Susan Post Dough Mama Closing Second Location This Weekend

After less than a year, Dough Mama will close its doors in the Brewery District at 730 S. High St. The second location for the Clintonville bakery and brunch spot opened in late August 2020, offering an expanded menu of comfort food favorites for dinner, along with a rotating selection of signature pies and pastries. […]

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