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Squirrel And Carrot

With an abundance of trees, and lots of fences that serve as de facto elevated highways, the backyards in our German Village neighborhood are a squirrel’s paradise.  70 more words

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Flavor Profile: Lindey's-German Village

Tucked away among the brick paved streets of German Village, on the corner of E. Beck and Mohawk, you’ll find a culinary treat in Lindey’s Restaurant & Bar… 312 more words

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Helen, Georgia: Mini Travel Diary

Introduction

Helen, Georgia is one of the state’s hidden treasures, veiled about an hour and a half’s drive away from downtown Atlanta, up near the Blue Ridge Mountains where cell coverage gets spotty and the radio staticky. 786 more words

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Prettying Up Parsons

In Columbus, Parsons Avenue is a kind of dividing line.  To the south of downtown are German Village and Merion Village, where you will find carefully restored old houses, young professionals, and empty nesters, and the gentrification wave has spread east through Schumacher Place — which is bordered on one side by Parsons Avenue. 295 more words

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From Nowhere To Nowhere

There is a pedestrian bridge that crosses over the I-70/I-71 highway near our house.  Unfortunately, it really goes from nowhere to nowhere.

On the German Village side, the bridge is located directly behind the Columbus Africentric Early College School.  225 more words

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Steed On The Street

The streets of German Village have lots of little oddities — stray blocks, water troughs, and hitching poles that harken back to the horse-and-buggy era when German Village was first created and settled.  23 more words

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