Dis 'n' Data Archive
By Margaret Marten, Editor
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Fount opened March 2017 at 668 N. High
Short North Deli opened at 841 N. High St. April 2017 Owner Tom Kincaid
Beth Vogt opened Over The Counter at 5596 N. Hhigh St.
United Dairy Farmers (UDF) at 900 N. High St. is undergoing redevelopment
Closings: American Apparel, 1221 N. High; Robert Mason Co., 17 Brickel St.
Deaths: Ursula Lanning, Martha Marcom
Weston Wolfe bought the Circus House
Biscuit & Branch opened at 685 N. High St. in January 2017, owner Tony Selimi
Cosecha Cocina opened March 2017 at 987 N. Fourth St., owner Chris Crader, chef Silas Caeton
Closings: Buns and Brews, z Pizza, Evil Twin, Glam 356, Double Comfort, Raw Material Salon
Bend Active opened December 2016 at 1104 N. High. Owners Adam and Laura Heller.
Dustin and Elliott Fisher opened Clothe Ohio at 867 N. High St. November 2016.
Premium Cloth, 1242 N. High St. opened November 2016. Owner Danny Coleman
Mmelo Boutique Confections opened December 2016. Owners Michelle Allen and Paul Freeth
Closings: Maotef Comics and Gifts, 997 N. High St.; Whit's Frozen Custard, 841 N. High; What The Rock?!, 1194 N. High moved to 3039 Indianola
The Angry Baker opened August 2016 at 247 King Ave., owner Vicki Hink and manager Kate Chapman.
SmartFix offers mobile phone repair. Owner Bizrat Misghinna opened at 1196 N. High St. September 2016.
Photographer Harry Williams Jr.'s photos of Mike's Grill (Willard McCoy) noticed by Mendy Hammond.
Westminster-Thurber Community, 777 Neil Avenue changes name to Ohio Living Westminster-Thurber
Mark Wood of Wood Companies markets high-end apartments under new name Wood Boutique Collection
Kit and Ace, at 17 East Bricket St. closed summer 2016
Crawford & Masters, 1177 N. High St. closed October 2016.
Rob Wagner, owner of Exile, 893 N. Fourth St., passed away
Opening Reminders: Ram Restaurant & Brewery, GoreMade Pizza, Del Baggio Pizzeria, Julep, SmartFix, Surprise! Modern Party and Cocktail Goods, Oats & Barley Market, The Angry Baker
Closing: Haiku Poetic Food & Art, 800 N. High, December 2016 after 18 years
Short North Parlor Room opened late July at 1126 N. High St. Columbus Tavern Group: Eric Goodman, Greg Tishkoff, and Katie Frankl
Zest Juice Co. opened late July at 920 N. High. Owners Jordan and Natlie Helman, baby Mila Marie Helman
Kaizaad Kotwal, former freelancer's career in Mumbai
Departures: Reverse Vanity Spa at 861 N. High, owner Nicole DiTommaso; Fabrique at 136 W. Fifth, owner TJ Reed; Exile Bar
Opening Reminders: Surprise! Modern Party and Cocktail Goods, Oats & Barley Market, The Angry Baker, Buns and Brews Bar, Standard Hall, Eagle Food & Beer Hall, Enso Tattoo
Manhood and Home opens at 1127 N. High St. Owners Brete Baden and Rob Lyons
Black Brick Bar, 917 N. High St., opened late May next to Donatos
Emi Pet Short North, former Posh Pets, 743 N. Hiigh Sts., opened in October. Owners Patrick Quian and Emma Jin
Pet Valu opened in April at 1004 N. High St. Manager Angela Everetts
The Lamp Shade and owners Marianne Lannan celebrate 10 years in the Short North on Labor Day weekend
Righno, 1242 N. High, closed. Owner Corey Bee
MADE & Co. Gallery closed in April. Owner Ngockhanh Van Ngo
Tai Tiki Polynesian Bar Grill & Shushi Closed in May at 1014 N. High St. Owners Tai Lieu and Gail Lieu
Julep to open at 1014 N. High St. Owners Sam Michael and Fadi Michael
Japanese Steak House closed at 270 E. Town St. on June 25
Old World New Home, 941 N. High, moved to Grove City in April. Owners Carlene And Betsy Crist
Janet Poast died, artist at Sharon Weiss Gallery
Other Developments later: Enso Tattoo, La Jeune Mariee Maids & Social Occasions, Standard Hall, Buns and Brews Bar, Eagle Food & Beer Hall, Elena's Specialty Cakes, Oats and Barley Market, Short North Parlor, Vitellas Chun Integrative Medicine and Acupuncture
Till Dynamic Fare, 247-249 King Avenue, closed in April 2016. Owners Cristin Austin and Magdiale Wolmark moved to Detroit
Posh Pets and Cookware Sorcerer have new owners
Peace, Love, Bling opens at 14 E. Lincoln Ave. Owner LeAnne Johnson Absalom
Paulie Gee's Pizza, 1195 N. High St., owner Terry Gibbs opened
Hoof Hearted Brew Pub, 850 N. 4th St., Owners Jarrod Bichon, Ryan Bichon, Trevor Williams, and A & R Creative Group
Da Levee, 765 N. High St. owner Justin Boehme doubled seating
Botanica 215, 215 King Ave. Owners Bekah Berry and Tiffany Schneid, opened in December
Little Fish Printing, moved from 1254 N. High St. in January
Bink Davies, 668 N. High, closed. Owner Bink Johnson
La Fogata Grill, 790 N. High, closed. Owner George Tanchevski
Paul Palnik, 14 E. Lincoln St., closed.
A Gal Named Cinda Lou, 647 N. High St. closed. Owners Debbie Bennati and Juli Bennati
Chunky Armadillo, 726 N. High St., owner Melanie Hutchins
Righno Menswear Boutique, 22 E. 4th Ave., owner Corey Bee, opened
Samson: A Men's Emporium, 772 N. High St., owner Travis Samson, opened
Grid Furnishings, 661 High St., Worthington, art show
Rigsby's Kitchen, 698 N. High St., owner Kent Rigsby, closed
New Life United Methodist Church, 25 W. 5th Ave., Rev. Jennifer Casto leaving
Mention: Chunky Armadillo, Cubshrub, Robert Mason, Joseph Editions, Core-power Yoga, Stump, Buns & Brews
Pursuit, 937 N. High St., owner Nate DeMars opened
Kit and Ace, 17 E. Brickel St. opened
Beauty Boutique on High, 1129 N. High St., owner Kizzy Cassell and Dara Beasley
Cork and Brew, 1247 N. High St., owner David Ostrander closed
Kifle Shoe Boutique, 1203 N. High St., owners Aden, Aba, Helen Kifle closed
Short North Coffee, owner Inayat Ullah moved from 1195 N. High to 1203 N. High
Paulie Gee's, 1195 N. High St., owner Terry Gibbs, will open
Cravings Carryout Cafe, 227 E. Third Ave., Moved
Mac Worthington Gallery, 749 N. High St. moved to downtown
Rex Hagerling, Italian Village Commission
Mention: Righno Boutique, Cubshrub, Hammond Harkins Galleries, Brandt-Roberts 5-year anniversary, Creative Plug, Industrious Office
Brassica restaurant opening at 680 N. High St., owners Kevin and Katy and Darren Malhame
Stack City Burger Bar opening in August at 600 N. High St.
Pies and Pints, 1020 N. High St. opened in April
Izzy and Mo's, 247-249 King Ave. opened. Owned by the Wolmark family
Tai Tiki Polynesian Bar Grill & Sushi opened in May at 1014 N. High. Owners Tai and Gail Liu
Big Rock Bridal Atelier moved from 654 N. High to 139 E. Main in June
Other Openings Listed: Pursuit, Second Sole, Kit and Ace, Store 5a, Red Giraffe Designs, Beauty Boutique on High
High Five Carryout, 1178 N. High St., new owner J.J. Jallaq
Neil Avenue Bed and Breakfast, 1237 Neil Ave., for sale. Owners Eugene Holland and Elizabeth Segura-Holland
Dispatch article about Tony Meredith at Danceville U.S.A.
Breathe Fitness new name for Oxygen Health & Fitness, 970 N. High St. Owner Danny DeSalvatore
Alexandra Fox and Devin Fox had a baby girl, Zara Jaye Fox
MADE & Co. Gallery, 1196 N. High St., opened in April. Owner Ngockhanh Van Ngo
Surly Girl Saloon closed on April 26. Owners Marcy Mays, Liz Lessner and Carmen Owens.
Other closings: Salon Hotel Lily, 864 N. High; Bungalow Home, 641 N. High; Flora Home and Garden, 930 N. High; CO+OP (Brigade), 940 N. High. The King’s Rowe Gallery at 1104 N. High is no longer a retail storefront but continues business behind closed doors. Lumos Columbus moved from 937 N. High to an undisclosed location.
Forno Kitchen + Bar, 721 N. High St., opened January 23, 2015. Owners Chris Corso and Mike Gallicchio, Chef Vincent Martin
Laughlin's Bakery opened at 15 E. Second Ave. Owner Jonas Laughlin
Boston Stoker Coffee Co. opened at 771 Neil Ave. in March 2015. Manager Erik Fenstermacher, President Henry Dean
Rocket Fizz Soda Pop and Candy Shop opened in December 2015 at 944 N. High St. Owner Lyndsay Maher
Cup O' Joe and MoJoe Lounge, 600 N. High St., closed October 2014 after ten years
Anthropologie, 625 N. High St., opened October 2014
Parking garage of the Joseph, a Pizzuti development, opened November 2014
Betty's Fine Food and Spirits space at 680 N. High taken by Kevin and Katy and Darren Malhame
Star Jewelers of Bexley now Star Jewelers on High, 607 N. High, opened November 2014, owners Dennis and Elaine Howard
CO+OP Shop is rebrand of Brigade at 940 N. High St., ownwer Larry Robertson
Fabrique Hair Salon opened at 136 W. Fifth Ave. in September 2014, Owner Thomas Reed (TJ)
Cork and Brew opened at 1247 N. High St. in September 2014, owner David Ostrander
Brandt-Roberts co-owner Bryan Roberts moved to Florida in August 2014
Michael Bryant of Professional Therapeutic Massage and Nancy Kephart moved from Short North to Mount Vernon, Ohio
Happy Go Lucky Her, 964 N. High St. Owner Debbie Neimeth, manager Mallory McClellan, opened in May
Substance for Fashion Conscious People, 783 N. High St., owner Christina Getachew, closed in June
Two Fish Bistro, 721 N. High, and Red Bar & Sushi, 717 N. High, owner Dae Oh, closed in June. CGS Group opening pizza place there.
Black Point will open at 570 N. High
Evil tWin, 1264 N. High St., owner Tim Schopler, opened in May.
Tonya Renee's Hair Gallery, 815 N. High St., owner Tonya Strother, closed in June
Image Optical, 607 N. High St., owner Todd Clark, closed and moved to Westerville
Short Stop Youth Center, 1066 N. High St., moving in August
Betty's Fine Food and Spirits, 680 N. High St., owner Elizabeth Lessner, closed in July
Cravings Carryout Cafe new name for Cookie Cravings Bakery, 227 E. Third Ave. Onwers Matt Tewanger, Lindsey Tewanger
Bareburger opened at 463 N. High St. Owners George Mathew, Charles Xu and Ben Christopher
Candle Lab, 751 N. High St., owners Steve and Katesha Weaver started mobile store, closed Powell location, will offer wine in all their store
UPS Store at 605 N. High St. new owner Richard Wingo, new manager DJ Gardner
Alexandra Fox and Kevin Fox moved to Toronto
Donkey Tees, 1253 N. High St. opened, owners Elliiott Fisher, Dustin Fisher
Native Cold Pressed, 771 N. High St. opening, owners Erin Thacker and Nicole Salvo
Sole Classics moved from 765 N. High to 846 N. High, owner Dionte Johnson of King's Rowe Gallery
Travonna Coffee House renamed Short North Coffee House, 1195 N. High, owner Inayat Ullah, Travis Hardy sold out
Zoom Room, 685 N. High St. closed, owners Becky and Brian Berger
The Collection European Furniture opened at 685 N. High, owners Pavel Lisin and father Viktar Lisin
Dames Bond Market closed at 1188 N. High, owner Mary B. Relotto has Mary B.'s gift Shop in German Village
Tom Zanetos passed away, co-founder of the Anthony-Thomas Candy Co.
The Hub, 830 N. High St. includes apartments, Huntington Bank, Snap Fitness, Melt Bar & Grilled, The Paper Daisy Boutique
Out of the Closet Thrift Store, 1230 N. High St. opened. Joey Terrill, project director
AHF Pharmacy, AIDS Health Foundation Pharmacy, 1230 N. High St., Dr. Kate Wilder Adams, Courtney Chapman of Wilder's City Pharmacy
Kifle Shoe Boutique, 1203 N. High, owners Aden, Aba, Helen Kifle
Glean, 815 N. High St., Suite C, owner Dawn McCombs
Dames Bond Marketplace, 1188 N. High, owner Mary B. Relotto
Bakersfield Restaurant, opened 731 N. High St., owners Joe Lanni and John Lanni
The Table, opened 21 E. Fifth Ave., co-owner Christen Corey
Sushi Rock, Goodale and High, Cclosed, owner George Psaras
Ohio in Style, 1253 N. High, owner Adam Miller closed unexpectedly
Red House Fashions, 1247 N. High. Closed
Mwandiko Traders Company, 848 N. High St. closed
Lynda McClanahan, created map cover for Hinduism Today
Image Optical, owner Dr. Todd Clark, moved from 846 N. High to 607 N. HIgh
Naama Hair Salon & Spa, owner Mya James, opened 136 W. Fifth Ave.
Brian Hotopp sold Piece of Cake, 772 N. High, to Laura Harter
Barrel 44 Whiskey Bar, owner Shawn Korn, 1120 N. High expanded into 1116 N. High. Mural work by Bobby Cooper
Square of Life, 1108 N. High closed after three months
Randy and Tina Corbin opened PHILCO Bar + Diner at 747 N. High, the former Phillips' Coney Island diner
Pint House & Beer Garden opened in April at 780 N. High in the former Voodoo Denim Lounge space. Owners CGS Group
Red House Fashions, owner Amna Khatoon, opened in February at 1247 N. High St.
John Angelo leaves executive director position at Short North Alliance
New North Market Executive Director Rick Harrison Wolfe starts April 29, 2013
Europia at 672 N. High St. closed in March
Brigade moved from 607 N. High to 940 N. High
After 56 years, Columbus Barber & Beauty Supply Co. moves from 962 N. High. Kevin Lykens new building owner.
Square of Life, Nutrition opens March 2 at 1108 N. High. Owners Jay and Layla Perez.
Adam Miller opens Ohio In Style at 1253 N. High
A Gal Named Cinda Lou, owner Debbie Bennati, opens at 647 N. High
Owners Matthew and Lucinda Sontag expand Impero Coffee at 849 N. High St.
William C. Kiener Jr. (Mr. Doo Dah) died on May 3, 2013.
Lori McCargish Erp died in Oregon in March
The Pearl Restaurant open at 641 N. High. Amberlyn Heiney, manager and Peter Chapman, executive chef.
Arch City Tavern open at 862 N. High. Chef Eric Gordon.
Da Levee, 765 N. High remodeled.
Green Olive Co. open at 861 N. High. Owner Lisa McCormack.
The Table will open at 21 East Fifth Ave.
David Wible retired from N. Market.
Sherri Brunner passed away January 22, 2013.
Aesthetic at 988 N. High opened, owners Adam Johnson and Johnathan Sosebee
Chris Turner opens Turner's Barber Shop & Shaving Parlor, 1249 N. High St.
Jerry Langel of Jerry's Barbershop, 1249 N. High St., dies
Cathy Conklin closes Kathryn's Vintage Wedding Gowns & Fashions, 1247 N. High St.
King's Rowe Gallery opens at 1104 N. High St., Owner Dionte Johnson
Robby Stephens moves insurance office from 847 N. High St. to 815 N. High St.
Zoom Room opens at 685 N. High St. Owners Becky and Brian Berger
Death mention: Frank Elmer, Chuck Jacoby, Bill McCracken
Tour of Homes & Gardens, Christy and Mark Demetry, 889 Dennison Ave., Sandy and Don Davis
Rick Borg wins prize for art at Ohio State Fair
Dames Bond Market to open in October 2012, Mary Relotto
The Candle Lab's new manager Julia Hypes
Funky and Functional closes, Mark Miller
Bakery Gingham closes, Amanda Hanna; Kelly McCullough's Kelly's Cakery
Flora Home and Garden moving in October
Diesha Condon leaves Short North Alliance
Richard and Sarah Cherry closed Cherry's Art Center end of June
Lynda McClanahan exhibiting art, gave talk at Garden Tour
Rick Blackburn exhibiting art series at NRG Gallery
Nicholas Gonzalez, owner of NRG Gallery on move
Greek Church hosting Rebecca Adele event, craft show
Phyllis Potts, Leslie Welsh, Jennifer Dennis, owners of Loot, 641 N. High, closed
Mark and Dave Forman, One Line Coffee, 745 N. High, will open soon
Randy and Tina Corbin bought Phillips' coney Island, 747 N. High St.
Rhome Ruanphe, owner of Basil restaurant, 1124 N. High, and The Attic, 1190 N. High, closed the Attic
Justin Boehme of Da Levee, 765 N. High, opened Backdoor Burritos
Mikey's Quick Slice opened, 1030 N. High St.
Cameron Mitchell will open The Pearl Restaurant, Tavern & Oyster Room, 641 N. High
Rhonda Fisher opened Girl & Guy Republic, 34 W. Fifth Ave.
Randy Tarr of former Great Things on High on the mend
Betsy Crist of Old World New Home, and James Corbett had baby Charlie Alma Corbett
John Angelo, Frank Neumann, Gendala Kelli Anna had baby Amelie
Tim Wagner's, former SNSID director's daughter Misha Phihlipwagner had baby boy Eian Philipwagner
David Dunkel died
Rick Blackburn, postman retired last June
Bonie Bolen at NRG Gallery
Nicole Cecil, new Huntington Bank manager
Cookie Cravings Bakery, Matt and Lindsey Tewanger, Joan Tewanger, 227 E. Third Ave. open
Flora Home and Garden, David Snow, 988 N. High St. open
Go Figure, Sherri Brunner, 988 N. High St. closed
Happy Go Lucky, 937 N. High St. open
Shahriar Kazemi, 165 Vine St. nightclub will open May
LP Designs, Russell St., open
Middle West Spirits, Ryan Lang and Brady Konya, 1230 Courtland Ave. expanding
NRG Gallery, Nicholas Gonzalez, Scarlett Gonzales, 3105 W. Broad St. open
Tomorrow's Antiques, 15 E. Second Ave., open
Voodoo Denim Lounge, 780 N. High, closed
Stephen Weed awarded St. Joseph Montessori School's Ambassadors Award
Kevin Lykens, Wonder Bread Bakery development, 697 N. Fourth St.
Elford Development, Fireproof building development, 1024 N. High St.
Wagenbrenner Development, former Ibizi site, 830 N. High St.
Wood Companies, 937-951 N. High St.
Jason Snyder, Brian Barker, development at Third and Dennison
AIDS Healthcare Foundation, 1230 N. High St., Out of the Closet Thrift Store
Doral Chenoweth in Crave Magazine mentions Kent Rigsby
Mad4Mod Vintage, 972 N. High St., Jason and Jennifer Koenig, opening
Mark Farmiloe's death, wife Emily Noble
Debbie Rosenfeld, photographer, media attention
Dane's Dessert Cafe, 14 E. Poplar Ave., Karen William and Kadian Guthrie
The Buckeye Connection, 841 N. High St., Christopher Rigling
Tim Wagner retires from Short North Special Improvement District
Baby, Cruz Ledger Condon born to Diesha Condon, SNBA senior director, and husband Chris
Blazer's Pub, 1205 N. High St., Karen Blazer, close/move
Happy Greek, 660 N. High St., new patio
Garden Theater, oral history
Don Ruben, death
The Lamp Shade, 990 N. High St., Marianne Lannan, 5th anniversary, artist Kendra Payne
Tigertree, 787 N. High St., Josh and Niki Quinn, expansion
Adore House of Bloomsbury Loft, 745 N. High St, Judith Mercado, closing
Clinton Reno, son born, Silas Henry Reno
House of Cigar and Montecristo Lounge, 1088 N. High, owner) Diab Ellan
Elemental Veterinary Center and Pet Spa, 1250 N. High, owner Dr. Jane Flores, groomer Melissa Snyder
The Candle Lab, 751 N. High, Megan Green manager
Kroger Store, 1350 N. High
Third Hand Cicycle Cooperative, 174 E. Fifth Ave.
Dogs: Sam, Victoria, Logan, Sisko: Cookware Sorceror, pm gallery
Old World New Home, 941 N. High, Carlene Crist and Betsy Crist, Move.
T. David Collection, 772 N. High, Tom Crumley, Opening March 2011
Short North Stage project, Rick Gore, Peter Yockel spearheading
Hump Day [s]Hop, Short North Business Association, Gallery Hops third Wednesday each month throughout summer
Kiaca Gallery, 937 N. High, Talle Bamazi, closing
Mwandiko Traders Co., 848 N. High, Agnes Mwandiko (owner), Jennifer Jewett (manager), opening
Marsha Evans Gallery, 8 E. Lincoln St. (fifth anniversary)
Rebecca Ibel Gallery, 1055 N. High St., closing of Two Miranova Place gallery
A Muse Gallery, Caren Petersen, Halle Robinson, new galleries, Muse Gallery and Circle Gallery opening 88 and 190 Whittier St.
pm gallery, Maria Galloway, Michael Secrest, death of shop dog Logan
Yankee Trader, 463 N. High, Debby Williams, Lynette Howard
Columbus Italian Club, Chris Beardman, meatball challenge
Brandt-Roberts Galleries, 642 N. High St., Bryan Roberts, Michelle Brandt, Chrtistine D'Epiro, Al Newbill
Wilder's City Pharmacy, 1198 N. High St., Kate Wilder Adams, Maureen Koeppen
Hudson McFann, Tyler Steele, Kris Batcheck
Alexandra Kelley, Kevin Fox, engagement
Christine McDevitt, 3474 N. High St.
Mahan Gallery, 717 N. High St. - Jacquie Mahan, Donvan and Lincoln Mahan, Adam Otcasek, Colleeen Grennan, Kelly Cousin
Lynda McClanahan, 2010 Visual Arts Fellowship
Art + Home, closing
Kathryn Gallery closing
Kent Rigsby, broken collarbone
Knead, 505 N. High St., - Rick Lopez, Krista Lopez, opening
Le Chocoholique, 601 N. High St., - Monica Barr, Dana Jablonski, opening
Short North Tavern - John Allen, pizza oven
Bono Pizza - Bill Yerkes
Concrete Jungle, 940 N. High St. - Chris and Nanacy Baker
Da Levee, 765 N. High St. - Justin Boehme
Milk Bar, 765 N. High St. - Eric Hayes, Kareem Jackson
Mouton, 954 N. High St. - Usef Riazi
Revolution Cycles and Segway, 1189 N. High St.- Jared Cavalier
Rowe Boutique, 720 N. High St.- Maren Roth
Rigsby Kitchen gallery, 17 Brickel St.
Agnes Zanetos death notice
Monkeys Retreat, 1202 N. High, closing
Counseling at Goodale Park, 11 Buttles Ave. - Jerry Worthington
Impero Coffee, 849 N. High St.- Matt Sontag, Lucinda Sontag
Old World New Home, 1196 N. High St. - Carlene Crist, Betsy Crist
Brigade, 607 N. High St. - Brian O'Neill
Funky and Functional, 685 N. High St. - Mark Miller
Planet Smoothie, 765 N. High St. - Matt Hernandez, Brian Lawrence, Matt Hamparian
Rosendale's Restaurant, 793 N. High St. - Richard Rosendale
Robert "Beau" Wylie death notice
Rick Blackburn, poet, artist
Travonna Coffee House, 1195 N. High St., Sean Travis Hardy, Inayat Ullah
Go Figure Consignment, 988 N. High St. - Sherri Brunner
Lai Boom, 1196 N. High St. - Lyn Sarvis
Mary's Boutique, 642 B N. High St. - Mary Chen
Undone Lingerie & Shoe Boutique, 772 N. High St. - Kate Wessendorf and Leigh-Ann Houcin
Baker's Acres Concrete Jungle, 940 N. High St. - Chris Baker and Nancy Baker
Benevolence Cafe, 41 Swan St. - Tricia Smith-Langwasser and Rich Langwasser
R. J. Snapper's closing, 700 N. High St. - Richard Stopper
Spinelli's Deli menu, 767 Neil Ave. - Joe Spinelli, Bill Ward, Nathan Bird
Urban Gardener - Christie Nohle
z pizza, 945 N. High St. - Steve Curtis and Erin Curtis
Blessing of the Animals, King Avenue United Methodist Church at Goodale Park- Pastor Linda Middelberg
Hubbard School history
Landmarks Foundation's tour of Goodale Park - Doreen Uhas-Sauer, Terry Sheerburn, Kathy Mast Kane, Pat Lewis
Rose Bredl, 664 N. High St. - Mary Ernst McColgan
Sharon Dougherty and Dan Connor marriage
Starbucks, 601 N. High St.
Cuppy's Coffee, 849 N. High St. - Steve Firouzian
Three Dog Bakery, 611 N. High St. - Susan Oilar, Doug Oilar, Sadie, Solomon
Elegant Imports, 650 N. High St. - Patrick Harnett
Emperor's Newest Clothes, 636 N. High St. - Michelle Woljevach
Louis Stevenson death notice
Rojo Tequileria, 790 N. High St. - George Tanchevski, Jeff Rinehart, Crispin Alvarez, Hilda Esparza; La Fogata Grill, Aladdin's Eatery
Jenis Splendid Ice Creams, Jeni Britton, Charly Bauer, Greta Britton Bauer
Rebecca Ibel Gallery - Rebecca Ibel, Sebastian Ibel, Sarah Elisabeth Ibel; Ellen Glimcher, Amanda Rich, Tate Bradley Rich
Flower Child, 989 N. High St. - Joe Valenti
Anew Fine Consignment Furnishings, 650 N. High St. - Linda Franz
Cold Stone Creamery, 591 N. High - Robert Horton
Deb Colvin-Tener, Columbus Symphony Great Columbus Sing-Off
Gary's Gallery, Wells Landing, 636 N. High St. - Gary Harper
Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse
Ivy Hill, 716 N. High St. - Hillary Dutcher
Jeffrey Thomas Clothiers, - Jeffrey Ross
Mahan Gallery move, 717 N. High St. - Jacqueline Mahan
Moorish Art Gallery - Fares Khalid Selmane
P.J. Cap Deli & Brew, 587 N. High
Jim Riedel, Tiger Woods, Stephen Weed
Re-N-Vintage, 1108 N. High St. - Manelle Raghib
Schakolad Chocolate Factory, 591 N. High St. - Anna Stossel
Tropical Trends, 576 N. High St.
Starbucks, 601 N. High St.
UPS Store, 605 N. High St. - Bobbie Jacobowitz
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, 714 N. High St. - Jeni Britton, Charly Bauer, Tom Bauer
Rivet, 1200 N. High St. - Laura Kuenzli
Rigsby, Kent and Tasi, 680 N. Pearl St.
Zeta European Emporiium, 751 N. High St. - Bill and Lisa Chappel
Peerenboom, Fritz and Pat
Brunsman, August Elias, Dayton Process Engravers
On Paper, 737 N. High St. - Joan Schnee
Sevell + Sevell, 27 E. Russell St. - Steve Sevell and Beverly
Short North Business Association Gala, Sandy Wood, Diana Lessner, Bruce Dooley, Suzie Simpson, Kent Rigsby
Alta on High, 505 N. High St. - Richard Stopper
Marcella's, 614 N. High St.
Bluefish, Seafood on the Cap, Paul Liu's Chinese Restaurant
Happy Greek, 660 N. High St. - Adrian Tara
Wells Landing, 636 N. High St. - Gary Harper, Chad Wells
Diamonds & Designs by None Other Goldsmiths, 716 N. High St. - Debra Hobbs
B.O.S.S. Fitness, 1079 N. High St. - James Gullatte
First Community Bank, 647 N. High St.
New Victorians, The Courtyards at Harrison West, 1112 Perry St. - Joe Armeni
Take 2 Apparel, 668 N. High St. - Charlie Gray
Tigertree, 17 E. Brickel St. - Josh Quinn, Niki Cagle
Rowe, 718 N. High St. - Maren Roth, Lauren Moffatt
The Muse Off High, E. Poplar
Goodale Park Art Festival - Jay Snyder
Short North Arch Lighting Ceremony - delay
An Open Book, 1209 N. High St. - Jim Criswell, Michael Lindsey, Doug Motz; Rainbow Tribe; Metro Video, 848 N. High St.; Kukala's, 636 N. High St. - Brenda Duncan
Pistachio, 680 N. Pearl St. - Spencer Budros, Anne Fletcher
Cowtown Art, 668 N. High St. - Jason Slagle
Byfords Salon, 8 E. Poplar Ave. - Tim Reynolds; Salon Lofts, 909 N. High St.
Terra Gallery, 8 E. Poplar Ave. - Jeff Hersey; The Majestics
Gallery On High, 147 N. High St. - Jay Xing
Short North Arch Lighting Ceremony
Happy Greek Restaurant, 660 N. High St. - Mohamed Hassan, Gihan "Gigi" Zalat
Short Stop Youth Program, 1066 N. High St. - Streisand Foundation
Michael's Goody Boy, 1144 N. High St. - John Troka, Jimmy Valio
University Travel Service, 1244 N. High St. - Tim Logan
Second Glance, 1244 N. High St.
Dress For Success, 1260 N. High St.
fibres, 791 N. High St. - Kim Hames
Moorish Art Gallery, 1108 N. High St. - Fares Khalid Selmane
Abbracci, 511 N. High St. - Richard Stopper; Alta on High
Fish Guys, North Market - Doug Denny, Shawn Rynd, Angelo Edwards, Robert Davis; Bob "The Fish Guy" Reany
Short North Holiday Window Contest
Short North Posse
Frederick Peerenboom, Fritz the Nite Owl, Chillicothe Gazette
Elements of Art-Gallery, Roman Czech
Weed, Thurlow "Tad," Stephen Weed
Brunsman, August III, Nicole Cope
Fabian's Chicago Style Pizza Place, 691 N. High St. - Jason Fabian
8, 733 N. High St. - Bobby Barua, Amit Patel, Mike Yohman
Oodles Noodle & Dumpling Bar, 765 Neil Ave. - Dae Oh
What The Rock?!, 1116 N. High St. - Michael Renner, Heather Ziegler
St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church, 95 W. Fifth Ave.
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
Columbus Dispatch, Pune, 90 graphic design positions eliminated, going to India
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