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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.

Revised Proposal Going Back to German Village Commission

Brent Warren Brent Warren Revised Proposal Going Back to German Village Commission

A revised development proposal for a prominent stretch of Livingston Avenue will be presented to the German Village Commission next week. It will be the seventh time that the project has been before the commission, whose members have previously expressed concern about the height and scale of the project. The current plan calls for three […]

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Balanced Yoga Rebrands to GIVE Yoga and Expands

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Balanced Yoga Rebrands to GIVE Yoga and Expands

Saturday, January 19, 2019 is the reveal for the big, new GIVE Yoga space at 3520 N. High St. Leah Westwater, owner of GIVE (formerly Balanced Yoga), and her GIVE Yoga team have been working on this studio expansion for over two years.   “It has been really complicated, but I like solving challenges,” said […]

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Prohibition turns 100! What was the United States thinking?!

Anne Evans Anne Evans Prohibition turns 100! What was the United States thinking?!

Join CHS and Central Ohio Bottle Club at the Hey Hey for trivia, drinks, and conversation led by Dr. David Steigerwald from OSU. Prohibition was ratified 100 years ago – let’s have fun and think about how that affected Columbus!

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21 Bars and Restaurants Left the Scene in 2018

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega 21 Bars and Restaurants Left the Scene in 2018

If 2018 was any indication, Columbus’ rapidly expanding food scene doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. Still, the rise of new spots like Alpine and El Lugar was spurred by the fall of a number of notables, like Juergen’s Bakery (50 years in German Village). In all, we’ll be leaving 21 restaurants and bars […]

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Igloo Letterpress Launches Neighborhood Series of Prints

Anne Evans Anne Evans Igloo Letterpress Launches Neighborhood Series of Prints

“We love creating merchandise that celebrates the unique character of the beautiful neighborhoods in Columbus,” says Allison Chapman, owner of Igloo Letterpress in Worthington. Chapman collaborated with Meredith Dixon of Studio Dixon to create the new product line that offers a series of cards, prints, and journals that showcase German Village and Rush Creek neighborhoods. […]

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Butter Cured Steak

Anne Evans Anne Evans Butter Cured Steak

Join us on Thursday, Dec 6th. We open at 5pm and we’ll have a limited quantity of butter cured steak. Cured in butter for 30 days – you won’t want to miss this! Call Alpine Restaurant to reserve your seat at this special dining event. (614) 670-7195

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Growlin’ Gremlin Comedy Showcase – 1 Year Anniversary Show

Anne Evans Anne Evans Growlin’ Gremlin Comedy Showcase – 1 Year Anniversary Show

GROWLIN’ GREMLIN! IS TURNING ONE!!! Let’s party!!! Comedy, creatures, and craft beer. Growlin’ Gremlin! is a mischievous comedy showcase located at The Daily Growler in German Village. Embrace your inner fun-loving beast and join local and touring comedic monsters for a night of craft drafts and laughs! This show is FREE to attend however a […]

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