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Haus und Garten Tour

German Village offered couple an urban oasis

When the last of their three children moved out, Bruce and Carol Savage decided it was time to downsize.
Actors' Theatre of Columbus

Countess seeks revenge in adaptation

Actors' Theatre of Columbus' next performance involves a classic tale of betrayal, guile and bitter retribution, with a gender change in the lead role.
Village Notebook

Everyone's hard work will help Village shine on tour day

The big weekend has arrived.
Red Stable

Business opens doors, arms

With prices meant to suit almost any budget, the Red Stable: German Village Souvenirs & Gifts is open for business.

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Local artists slated to be part of show

Shadowbox Live will present "Gallery of Echoes: The ColumbUS Public Art Project," a production involving almost 20 local artists, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, June 16-18; 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 17-18; and 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday, June 19, at the Front Street theater, Suite 260, 503 S. Front St., Columbus.
'Rural America: Town and Country'

Ohio artists to be featured in exhibit

The works of two Ohio artists, known for their transcendent Ohio landscapes and bleak depictions of time-worn small towns, will be on display from Friday, June 17, through July 29 at Keny Galleries, 300 E. Beck St.

Celebration offers 30 homemade German dishes

More than two dozen authentic German dishes will be offered at the seventh annual Schmeckfest, slated for Sunday, June 19, at the Germania Singing and Sport Society in the Brewery District.
Village Notebook

Wonderful ambassadors get Fred & Howard Award

The Fred & Howard Award recognizes German Village's prominent ambassadors each year.
Police beat

German Village: Motorcycle stolen from garage

Between 10 p.m. June 5 and 8 a.m. June 6, more than $3,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from a garage in the 300 block of East Deshler Avenue.
Poindexter Village

Exhibit shows history of public-housing complex

Poindexter Village, one of Ohio's first public-housing developments dedicated 75 years ago, is the subject of a year-long exhibit at the Columbus Historical Society.

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