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table of contents
Entertainment
The River 104.9.............................................2
The King Arts Complex................................4
Gamefly.com...................................................17
Columbus Blue Jackets Schedule..............26
Arnold Sports Festival 2011.....................28
CEM Highlights
Better Business Travel..................................6
Alex’s Bistro on Reed....................................9
Ed Jeffer’s Barber Shop Museum...............12
German Village: A History.........................16
Shopping
Retail Venues..................................................7
North Market.........................................10-11
Transportation &
Communications
Vonage Communications.........................20
Columbus Transportation Services.........21
Hurtigruten Cruise Lines ..........................22
Culinary Arts
Capital City Cakes, Bexley............................8
Talita’s Mexican Kitchen................................8
Alex’s Bistro on Reed.................................8
Shari’s Berries..............................................25
Lodging & Services
Chavz Barber Shop.....................................13
Ramada....................................................18
HR Personal Expressions...........................18
Worley Law, LLC........................................18
Furniture Bank of Central Ohio..............24
Steve Beaver, Realtor..................................24
InSphere Insurance Services....................24
Also Inside
Editor’s Letter................................................5
Greater Columbus Events...................14-15
Greater Columbus Map.............................19
Fun & Games...............................................23
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From The Editor
Greetings,
Thank you for picking up the debut issue of Columbus Entertainment Magazine. Inside you’ll find everything you need for your
entertainment, dining, and shopping needs in the Columbus area.
Whether you’re a resident of Columbus looking to spice up your
weekend or a visitor wanting to explore the city, we’re sure our
magazine will have something new and exciting for you to discover.
Our goal is to bring residents, visitors and local businesses together,
so let us give you the guided tour.
In this issue, we’ll be exploring the rich history of German Village,
partaking in the savory taste of authentic French cuisine at Alex’s
Bistro in Upper Arlington, and enjoying a nostalgic look at the history of barbering at the Ed Jeffers Barber Museum in Canal Winchester.
We would like to personally thank the Columbus Blue Jackets for
partnering with us for our inaugural issue, as well as all of the businesses that participated in helping us make this magazine possible.
A special thanks also goes out to our distributors, and of course to
you, the reader. Resident or visitor, business or entertainer, we hope
you enjoy your stay in our city, and we hope to see you again.
Columbus Entertainment Magazine
PO Box 1369
Grove City, Ohio 43123
Phone: 614-801-9330 or 614-409-9330
Fax 614-883-9210
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PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS
William Kamer
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CONTRIBUTING WRITERS
Justin Hoffman
Veronica Klocinski
Kathryn Kowalczyk
CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHY
Thomas Rees Jr.
Delbert Hill
Tatton Partington
AD DESIGNER
Ruth Thurgood
PUBLIC RELATIONS
Kent Justice
GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Tauwanta Kornz
[email protected]
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Mark Tope
CEO, Publisher
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Better Business Travel:
How to win as a road warrior
B
usiness travelers know that jetting across
the country for their jobs is no vacation
- it’s work. Business travelers frequently
must cope with weather and flight delays, are so
crunched for time they take conference calls from
moving walkways, and often eat sub-par meals on
the go. But business travel can be something more
than settling for what’s quick and close at hand and it doesn’t have to affect the success of your trip.
From the food you eat to how you spend time
between meetings,
there are ways to
make working on
the road more comfortable, satisfying
and even more efficient.
Start the day
right. When you’re
traveling for business, eating right
is important. Meetings can go long,
new engagements
can pop up, and
you never quite
know when you’ll be able to get your next meal.
Look for hotels that provide a variety of breakfast
choices, like Country Inns & Suites By Carlson.
These hotels offer rotating hot breakfast options,
fresh whole fruit, and warm waffles, all included
in the price of your room. You’ll always have a
good morning with the breakfast options featured
in their new Be Our Guest Breakfast, available at
Country Inn & Suites hotels in the U.S. and Canada.
•“YOU” TIME. Your schedule is almost always
hectic during business trips, so find some down
time whenever you can to relax and unwind. Keep
Sudoku puzzles, crosswords or a good book at hand
for those unexpected travel delays. Keep your luggage light by adding a few books to an e-reader
or downloading puzzle apps to your smart phone.
Carving out a few minutes of your day to do something you like - between meetings, while waiting
for your plane to board or in the cab ride en route
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to your hotel - can help give you a more positive
outlook.
•STAY CONNECTED. It’s always a good idea
- whether you’re having a good day or a difficult
one - to stay in touch with someone outside of your
colleagues and clients. A quick phone call from
an airport, taxi or hotel to check in at home or an
e-mail exchange with a good friend are welcome
distractions from work and help balance your day
and lift your mood.
•WORK SMART. Let’s
face it - during business
travel, office hours rarely
apply. When planning your
trip, it’s important to consider hotel amenities that can
make working easier, so you
feel more at home. Look for
hotels like Country Inns &
Suites that do both; with free
high-speed Internet access
and use of their business
center for printing and faxing, working smarter is easy.
•GET MOVING. When you’ve arrived at your
destination, the last thing you want to do is hurry
up and wait. Always consider ground transportation options beyond local taxis or rental cars. Research local public transportation ahead of time, or
check with your hotel about shuttles and transfer
services; also, some cities have train service.
If you’re planning an upcoming business trip,
finding the best deals ahead of time that can save
your company money is part of smart business
travel. You can find out more at www.countryinns.
com.
Business travel can be grueling, but it doesn’t
need to be. Making a few small adjustments in
your travel planning can make it easier for you to
enjoy where you are and what you’re doing, which
can help make your trip an even greater success.
(ARA)
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SHOPPING
Columbus
Lennox Town Center
777 Kinnear Road
Polaris
Polaris Fashion Place
1500 Polaris Parkway
Dublin
The Mall at Tuttle Crossing
5043 Tuttle Crossing Blvd
Reynoldsburg
Market Place of The Americas
5891 Scarborough Blvd
East
Short North
North Market
59 Spruce Street
Eastland Mall
2740-B Eastland Mall
Easton
Easton Town Center
160 Easton Town Center
South
Prime Outlets of Jeffersonville
8000 Factory Shops Blvd
Grandview
Grandview Yard
775 Yard Street
Upper Arlington
Shops on Lane Avenue
1577 Lane Avenue
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Local Bistro Offers byAuthentic
European Cuisine
Kathryn Kowalczyk
in creating these types of establishments in the
Central Ohio area.
Ohioans looking for a taste of authentic European cuisine need look no
further than Alex’s Bistro on Reed.
The restaurant, located on Reed Road in
Upper Arlington, boasts a satisfying menu of
French and Italian food perfect for those looking for a lunch or dinner that is both casual and
upscale.
Upon entering Alex’s Bistro, the European
influence is evident. The cushioned chairs and
dim lighting give an air of sophistication. The
bistro boasts tasty options for dining in, including soups, salads, and dishes like Seafood
Crepes, Roasted Pork Dijonaise, and Chicken
Marsala. (The recipes are all Goestto’s own, giving the cuisine its cultural authenticity.) The
menu also changes seasonally, offering tasty
options year-round. Those looking to grab a
quick drink will find a bar stocked with a large
rotating selection of seasonal wines. During
the warmer months, a large outdoor patio is
also available. The bistro also offers lunch and
dinner options for holidays such as New Years
and Bastille Day July 14th. It offers the perfect
balance between upscale and casual that makes
this restaurant the perfect place for a variety of
patrons.
Alex Gosetto, the bistro’s owner, is no
stranger to the culinary arts. He came to
America from France over 35 years ago, where
he lived in Washington, D.C. for a few years.
He moved to Columbus after meeting his wife,
a Central Ohio resident. Upon arriving in the
Midwest, Gosetto noticed that there was a lack
of French influence in the local restaurants.
His vision was to create a chic lunch and dinner
establishment that brought a taste of France to
the Columbus area. The result was a sophisticated restaurant that is, according to Gosetto,
reminiscent of “a typical French casual bistro.”
Gosetto is also something of a trendsetter.
Since establishing his restaurant over 25 years
ago, he has noticed several other restaurants
opening up in a similar style as his. Several
of the bistro’s former chefs have taken Alex’s
influence to their succeeding restaurants (all
of the chefs are trained by Gosetto himself).
Gosetto is proud to be considered a “pioneer”
Those interested in experiencing Alex’s
Bistro on Reed for themselves can call (614)
457-8887 or visit www.alexsbistro.com
Alex’s Bistro is located at 4681 Reed Road in
Upper Arlington, Ohio.
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Delis, soups, salads, sandwiches, prepared foods,
international groceries, baked goods and pastries, beverages,
cookware, tableware and gifts, dairy, fresh meat, poultry
and seafood, specialty foods — wow.
it’s no wonder a million people
visit each year.
Market hours
Monday: 9am - 5pm (select)
Tuesday - Friday: 9am - 7pm
Saturday: 8am - 5pm (Farmers’ Market Saturdays during growing season)
Sunday: Noon - 5pm
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The Ed Jeffers Barber Museum:
A cut of history with a clipping of nostalgia
by Justine Hoffman
The Ed Jeffers
Barber Museum isn’t
the type of place
you just stumble
upon on a stroll
through the neighborhood. And even if
you did, it’s open by
appointment only.
Hidden just outside of Columbus in
the heart of Canal
nal
Winchester’s historic district, the museum resides above, of all places,
places, a barber shop. It’s barely noticeable
noticeable as you
walk by the locall businesses
businesses and homes
that make up
p the
the neighborhood.
neighborhood.
But
But once
once you
you make
make your
your way
way past
past
the
the narrow
narrow staircase
stairccase and
and dark
dark hallway
hallway
that
that make
make up
up the
the entrance
en
ntrance of
of the
the mumuseum,
seum, you’re
you’re lead
lead into
into an
an open
open
n room
room
full
historic
ull of
of h
istoric vibrance
vibrance and unique
uniique
charm.
arm. As
As the
the lights
lights hum on and the
e
seventy-one
nty-one barber
barber poles that line
liine the
the
walls begin
begin to
to spin,
spin,, you’ll realize
realize the
the
museum
m is
is much
much more
e than
than you
yo
ou expectexpected.
Visitors are
are personally
personallyy guided
guided by
by
museum president
dent Mike
Mike Ippoliti,
Ippoliti, who
provides guests with
with a detailed
detailed account on the history
tory of
of barbering
barbering and
the items the museum
eum houses,
houses some
s
of
which date back to the
the 1700’s.
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While the museum may be considered small by some, it hosts over two
12
dozen barber chairs, more than 600
razors and tools, and a library in excess of 400 volumes. No space is left
untouched, whether it be display cases
showcasing hygiene products and tonics
or walls covered with advertisements
for beauty suppliess of
o the past.
t museum
Past the main hall the
spreads
ads into other rooms,
rooms including a
small library, a cosmetology
cosmetolog section, a
hall of fame, a functional barber
ba
shop,
and even a room dedicated to the history of the museum.
The museum appeals to people
peopl
of all interests. Interested
Inte
erested in politics?
politic
Check out the hair
hair clippings
clippings of Dwight
Dwigh
D. Eisenhower
Eisenhowe
er and
and Douglas
Douglas MacArthur.
A ttaste
aste for
for the
the morbid?
morbid? See
See the bloodlletting
etting tools
tools and
and surgical
surgical devices from
ttimes
imes when
when barbers
barbers also
also served
served ass dendenttists
ists and
and surgeons.
surgeons.
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n a modern
modern world filled with highe
end
nd beauty
beauty salons, don’t assume
ass
the
museum
m
useum is done building its history just
yyet.
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“Our collection
is always growing
c
and we’re
w
always having new items
ssent to us,” Ippolitisays, “We’re even
working on adding the hair of more political figures.”
For booking information or to take
the virtual tour, visit http://www.edjeffersbarbermuseum.com/.
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Greater Colu
Bexley
Exhibit: Edward Weston: Life Work
1/17/2011 thru 3/26/2011
Schumacher Gallery, Capital University
Early Music in Columbus: The Orlando Consort
2/18/2011
Mees Hall, Capital University
Columbus Guitar Society: Fredrick Norman
2/19/2011
Huntington Hall, Capital University
Women in Music Columbus: Sundays at the Huntington
2/27/2011
Huntington Recital Hall, Capital University
Columbus Children’s Theatre: The Elevator Family
2/3/2011 thru 2/20/201
Park Street Theatre
Available Light Theatre: Hum
2/10/2011 thru 2/19/2011
Columbus Performing Arts Center
Opera Columbus: The Marriage of Figaro
2/11/2011 thru 2/13/2011
Ohio Theatre
CAPA: Riverdance
2/18/2011 thru 2/20/2011
Palace Theatre
Dublin
Women in Music Columbus: Music For a While
3/26/2011
Huntington Recital Hall, Capital University
St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
3/12/2011
Throughout Dublin
NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track &
Field Championships
3/11/2011 thru 3/12/2011
Capital Center
2011 St. Patrick’s Day Parade
3/12/2011
Gallery Players: Curtains
3/12/2011 thru 3/20/2011
Roth-Resler Theater, Jewish Community Center
Women in Music Columbus: Sundays at the Huntington
3/27/2011
Huntington Recital Hall, Capital University
Downtown
Broadway Across America: Stomp
1/14/2011 thru 1/16/2011
Palace Theatre
CityMusic: Arkadiy Gips and Friends
1/23/2011
The Bluestone (formerly BoMA)
CAPA: Drumline Live
2/1/2011
Palace Theatre
CATCO: I Am My Own Wife
2/2/2011 thru 2/20/2011
Studio Two Theatre, Riffe Center
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Baby Bonanza and Kid’s Expo
3/27/2011
Aladdin Shrine Center
Grandview
Exhibit: Charley Harper Extravaganza
11/22/2010 thru 1/29/2011
Reed Arts
Story of Ohio’s Greatest Orphanage
1/11/2011
Grandview Heights Library
The Murder that Rocked OSU
1/12/2011
Grandview Heights Library
The Texas Chair Project by Damian Priour
2/6/2011 thru 3/27/2011
Ohio Craft Museum
Floral Design for Valentine’s Day
2/8/2011
Grandview Heights Library
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Introduction to Classical Belly Dancing
2/10/2011
Grandview Heights Public Library
Short North Gallery Hop
1/1/2011
Short North Arts District
Film Festival: Hippies, Beatniks, and Rock & Rollers
3/7/2011 thru 3/28/2011
Grandview Heights Library
Short North Gallery Hop
2/5/2011
Short North Arts District
Food Blogs, Taco Trucks & Food Adventures
3/8/2011
Grandview Heights Public Library
Center Stage Players: Rent
3/4/2011 thru 3/13/2011
AXIS Nightclub & Theatre
Friends of the Grandview Library Book & AV Sale
3/11/2011 thru 3/13/2011
Grandview Heights Public Library
Short North Gallery Hop
3/5/2011
Short North Arts District
New Albany
Upper Arlington
New Albany Community Band Winter Concert
1/9/2011
McCoy Center for the Arts
Sneak Peek of the 2011 Decorators’ Show House
1/28/2011 thru 1/30/2011
Decorators’ Show House
Popovich, Comedy Pet Theater
2/12/2011
McCoy Center for the Arts
Westerville
New Albany Symphony: Carnival of the Animals
2/13/2011
McCoy Center for the Arts
Kobie Boykins
3/18/2011
McCoy Center for the Arts
New Albany Symphony: Beethoven’s Triple Concerto and
Season Gala
3/20/2011
McCoy Center for the Arts
Pickerington
30-Year Ride: Honda’s Ohio-Made Motorcycles
7/8/2010 thru 6/30/2012
AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum
A Day of the Arts for All
2/26/2011
Westerville Community Center
Worthington
Early Music in Columbus: The Early Interval’s French
Twelfth Night Celebration
1/7/2011 thru 1/9/2011
Pontifical College Josephinum
The Early Interval
1/9/2011
United Methodist Church
ProMusica Chamber Orchestra: All for Strings
2/19/2011
Pontifical College, Josephinum St Turibius Chapel
ProMusica Chamber Orchestra: Mozart and More
3/12/2011
Pontifical College Josephinum
Short North
Exhibit: Stuff This! IV plush art group
12/4/2010 thru 1/23/2011
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German Village:
A History
G
erman Village
offers a break
from the commercialized hubbub
that comprises most of
Columbus. Its award
winning restaurants,
unique shops and galleries, and quiet parks
are tucked neatly
among the historic
residences, giving the
neighborhood its celebrated residential flavor.
Notable attractions include the original Max &
Erma’s; Schiller park, which hosts a variety of
community activities including arts and exercise groups; and an assortment of restaurants
with authentic German as well as typical American cuisine. These attractions blend in with the
historic residences on the quiet streets for a
much more laid back visiting experience than
can be had anywhere else in the area.
Lining the red brick streets and sidewalks
are beautiful brick houses dating back to the
early 1800’s. Settled during the heavy German immigration in the nineteenth century, The
German Village community boomed with the
success of business in the Brewery District,
resulting in the building of many of the fine
two story brick homes that can still be seen
today. Because of the community’s prosperity, in 1890, The Ohio State Buckeyes played
their first home football game in German Village. The community supported German social
clubs, German language schools, and German
singing groups. The area suffered significant
decline the following century with the onset of
anti-German sentiment during WWI and collapse of the brewery business during prohibition. Urban renewal and highway construction
in the 1950s further degraded the neighborhood, when much of it was leveled.
by Veronica Klocinski
interest in preserving the neighborhood for its
historical relevance. By 1963 they had succeeded in having it named a historical district.
This began a long project of renovation and
restoration. Old homes have been restored and
new constructions have been put through great
pains to resemble the gorgeous brick facades
of the rest of the neighborhood.
There is now a comfortable visitor center staffed by neighborhood volunteers, and
several tours of the area are available focusing on gardens, homes, and shops. One of
these volunteers, David Randall*, has spent
four years of his life compiling the residency
histories of all of the historic homes in German
Village, dating back to the civil war in many
cases. Because of his work, it is now possible
to trace the residency histories of each house,
as well as biographical and occupational information about its past occupants. Whether via
guided tour, or leisurely walk, German Village
has much to offer for the history buff and for
everyone else as well.
Present day German Village presents
opportunities for unique shopping in quaint art
galleries and specialty shops tucked, Old World
style, neatly in among the houses, preserving
the quiet residential feel of the neighborhood.
Whether for peaceful afternoons in locally
owned coffee shops and perusal of art galleries, or for educational touring followed by
hearty dining, German Village is the ideal destination for the traveler tired
of the flashy, commercialized tourist trap atmosphere.
*Visit:
www.germanvillagehousehistories.com
for more information on David Randall and his work.
The 1960’s saw a turn-around for German
Village. A non-profit organization expressed
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