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GVS seeks feedback through survey By GARY SEMAN JR. ThisWeek Community Newspapers Surveys seeking residential input on a local aging-in-place program were sent out May 24. Local officials say the responses will help them decide whether to proceed with establishing German Village Connections, said Carolyn McCall, chair of the German Village Society’s long-range planning committee, which has been pursuing the matter. “I think it’s going to give us an indication of the level of interest that exists in the community and it’s kind of a first-level inquiry into that,” she said. “It’s so important we get people’s feedback, no matter what the feedback is.”

The surveys were distributed to all of the community’s 2,100 households. The society’s board of trustees voted May 2 to spend $1,500 to distribute them. Completed questionnaires are due by June 15 at the German Village Meeting Haus, 588 S. Third St. Residents who return the surveys on time will be eligible to win a $50 gift certificate to G. Michael’s Bistro. “The long-range planning committee is pursuing this venture in exactly the way the community should — seeking input from the entire neighborhood,” said Brian Santin, president of the German Village Society’s board of trustees. “This affords us with the best gauge of the potential interest in this exciting project and can pro-

vide valuable insight into the variables that need to be accounted for as the German Village Connections idea takes shape.” The survey is designed to measure residents’ interest in the services and their willingness to pay dues to belong to the organization. The survey doesn’t just apply to the senior population, McCall said. Young people can take the opportunity to show their interest in volunteering for the various duties that need to be done, she said. The intent of the program is to offer a network of high-quality resources, services, programs and activities suited to meet the needs of daily living

I think it’s going to give us an indication of the level of interest that exists in the community and it’s kind of a first-level inquiry into that. It’s so important we get people’s feedback, no matter what the feedback is.

CAROLYN MCCALL chair of German Village Society long-range planning committee

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Opening of coffee shop sets stage for relocation

Residents honored for efforts in historic preservation

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Something’s brewing in the Brewery District. Coffee, to be precise. Shadowbox Live has opened the Backstage Bistro in the historic Worly Building, a prelude to the theater troupe’s scheduled move to the area in August. “We wanted to open the coffee shop early for a few reasons,” said Nikki Fagin, spokeswoman for Shadowbox Live. “One, we felt it was a terrific way of introducing ourselves to the neighborhood. Two, the Backstage Bistro is a brand-new venture for Shadowbox Live and taking it in phases will allow us to provide the topnotch service and quality our patrons have come to expect from us.” The coffee shop, 503 S. Front St., offers a full slate of Crimson Cup coffee drinks, plus fruit smoothies, pastries, muffins, bagels and scones, some of which are being provided by such local institutions as the Angry Baker, Rogue Bakery and Block’s Bagels. “It was extremely important to us to find not only high-quality products, but products we felt represented the Shadowbox Live philosophy,” Fagin said. “We wanted local artisans who are masters at their food.” Fagin called the atmosphere “sophisticated and sexy,” as many of the origi-

The people and organizations committed to architectural work and community involvement were honored May 19 at the annual Caretakers of a Legacy awards ceremony, held at the German Village Meeting Haus. Three couples and a group of volunteers received praise and a plaque from the German Village Society, which hosted the ceremony. The German Village Commission, the local architectural review board, made the award selections except for the President’s Award, which was chosen by the GVS. “Projects need not be large or even dramatic,” said Jay Panzer, chairman of the commission. “As is often the case with historic preservation, some of the best projects are hardly visible at all — and they never detract from the integrity of the historic structure. “As I’ve often said, the Caretakers of a Legacy awards serve as a testament to how dedicated the residents of German Village are to staying true to our architectural heritage, whether by restoring original elements or building new to complement the old.” Brian and Lisa House won the Preservation Award; Daniel Kline and Marie Logothetis won the Commissioners’Award; Harvey and Michele Handler won the Chairman’s Award; and the German Village Society’s parks, public spaces and community events committee won the President’s Award.

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German Village Commission chairman Jay Panzer speaks about Harvey and Michele Handler’s home at 703 S. Fifth St. during the Caretakers of a Legacy awards ceremony at the German Village Society Meeting Haus on May 19. The Handlers won the Chairman’s Award for their work on the home.


See COFFEE SHOP, page A2

Final show at Maennerchor to feature New York City comedian By GARY SEMAN JR. ThisWeek Community Newspapers Nate Bargatze is headlining the last comedy show at the Columbus Maennerchor, which will close at the end of August. The New York City-based comic said he will give the audience something to look forward to. “Just come out,” he said during a phone interview last week from his home in Queens. “You'll have fun, whether it's for the comedy or to watch me go down in a fiery blaze. Either way, it will be fun.” The show, “Dylan Shelton Presents: Nate Bargatze Live in Columbus,” will begin at 9:30 p.m. May 26 and May 27,at the Brewery District location, 966 S. High St. Tickets are $12 online and $15 at the door.

If you go The comedy show, “Dylan Shelton Presents: Nate Bargatze Live in Columbus,” will begin at 9:30 p.m. May 26 and May 27 at the Columbus Maennerchor, 966 S. High St. Tickets are $12 online and $15 at the door. Bargatze said his routine is clean, with no vulgarity or cursing.

Bargatze's story isn't unlike that of other comics. It wasn't his chosen profession. Bargatze was raised in a suburb of Memphis, Tenn. A friend, who wanted to make a career in improvisational comedy, talked him into moving to Chicago. After a few years on the local cir-

cuit, he moved to New York City, where he performs several times a week. He recently returned from his fourth visit to Iraq, where he entertained troops. His act also takes him across the country. He has performed twice on “Late Night with Conan O'Brien,” before O'Brien's move to TBS, and did a special on Comedy Central. “It's working out,” he said of his career. Then he paused. “I guess we'll see if it works out,” he said. “It's working out right now.” Bargatze said his routine is clean, in the style of Jerry Seinfeld and Sinbad, meaning no vulgarity or cursing. “It's natural, the way I grew up,” he said. Shelton, a comedian based in Columbus, has organized five shows featuring national acts at the Maennerchor and

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another three with local talent. It's a farewell show of sorts for Shelton, who is moving to New York City to develop his comedic style. He plans to stay in the Big Apple for five years and return to Columbus. He still plans to organize about two shows a year in Columbus. Meanwhile, the Maennerchor eventually will be razed, as Columbus City Schools has plans to expand Stewart Alternative Elementary School, located across the alley. Sue Gall, general manager of the Maennerchor, said she's sorry to see comedy nights, along with other events at the facility, drawing to a close. “(Shelton) always gets top-notch people,” she said. “The comedy's always a good time.”

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“The Caretakers of a Legacy awards give the German Village Commission the opportunity to formally and publicly recognize those who go above and beyond when it comes to architectural work in the historic district,” said Jody Graichen, director of historic preservation programs for the society. “They give inspiration, incentive and recognition and add a new layer to the village’s story each year.” The descriptions of the awards, according to literature supplied by the German Village Commission, are as follows:

nal brick walls are exposed, “preserving the bit of the edgy warehouse feel Shadowbox has maintained in its theaters. “It’s artistic and professional and casual all at the same time,” she said. “We’ve added quite a bit of dramatic lighting and eventually will be adding more backstage-themed decorations, accentuating the artistic feel to the space.” Brad Kitchen, president of Alterra Real Estate Advisors, likes how Shadowbox is proceeding with its move into the neighborhood. “We are excited to have a new coffee shop in the Brewery District,” he said. “I think this is just the starting point for their outreach to get involved in the community.” Shadowbox, currently located in Easton, has a café that is open only to theater guests during

The Preservation Award Photos by Tim Norman/ThisWeek Brian and Lisa House purchased their house, a former bed-and- (Above) Dan Kline and Marie Logothetis won the Commissionbreakfast at 157 E. Deshler Ave. ers’ Award. (Below) Harvey and Michele Handler received the in 2003. The Queen Anne home Chairman’s Award. was described as having “a steeply pitched and irregular roofline, an asymmetrical body, Palladian windows and classical columns.” The Houses won the Preservation Award because of their improvements to the residence: “What had been an ordinary entrance became a grand transition from public sidewalk to private yard. A retaining wall and adorned iron gate were constructed, stone steps were added to the front porch and aligned with the home’s entrance and the front yard was meticulously landscaped. A large patio was built in the rear yard along with a carriage house.”

Brian House and his wife, Lisa, won the Preservation Award.

shows. The bistro, open daily, eventually will become a fullservice destination for all patrons, not just those attending shows at Shadowbox, Fagin said. It will have a full liquor license. The acting troupe announced in November that it was moving from Easton to the Worly Building at South Front and Liberty streets. It will occupy a total of 29,000 square feet of the historic space. The last Easton show is Aug. 6, with the full-service restaurant opening a week later. Shadowbox’s first show in the Worly Building space is slated for Aug. 19.

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balusters to the porches. They also tore up and reinstalled sidewalks on either side of the yard in the “traditional German Village herringbone pattern,” restored wrought-iron fences, used an inThe Commissioners’Award ternational firm to replicate porch Daniel Kline and Marie Logo- columns based on detailed phothetis won the Commissioners’ tographs and dimensions and inAward for their work on two Ital- stalled synthetic roof tiles. ianate porches in the front of their house at 647 S. Fifth St., which Chairman’s Award they converted from a double to Harvey and Michele Handler single-family use. completed an addition to their brick The couple added “tongue-andgroove ceilings,” handrails and See PRESERVATION, page A3


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Community news Local art league’s exhibit on display at Worthington gallery High Road Gallery, 12 E. Stafford Ave. in Worthington, will host an exhibit titled “The Language of Art 101” for the German Village Art League, June through June 25. Ryan Orewiler is chairman of the league. The exhibit features visual art paired with poetry. Poets were chosen to describe and illumi-

nate a particular group of art pieces. A number of other works by league members also are featured. A free public reception will be held from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, June 5, and will include a reading of the poetry. Gallery hours are noon to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. For more information, call (614) 395-3867 or visit


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President’s Award The German Village Society’s parks, public spaces and community events committee was honored for its work by the President’s Award. The committee’s volunteers are involved in many local activities and organizations, including Actors’ Theatre of Columbus, Friends of Schiller Park, Friends of Frank Fetch Park and the community garden at Livingston United Methodist Church. The committee was “credited with beautifying German Village and raising money for projects throughout the neighborhood.” Sara McNealey chairs the com-

Sara McNealy is chair of the German Village Society parks, public spaces and community events committee, which received the President’s Award.

mittee, which has dozens of volunteers and members who represent various local organizations. According to the awards ceremony program, those members include: Carol Mullinax for Actors’ Theatre of Columbus; Bert Stevens for Huntington Gardens; Connie Swain for the community farm at Livingston United Methodist Church; Ann Lilly for Gracie’s Garden and the “Umbrella Girl” statue; Lindy Michael for the Schiller Park Arboretum

Fund; Katharine Moore for the Friends of Schiller Park; Jerry Glick for the Friends of Frank Fetch Park, the German Village Garten Club, the Golden Hobby Shop; Ron Brush for the Schiller Park Recreation Center; Sarah Irvin Clark for the German Village Society’s board of trustees; David Gaumer for the Third Street flower boxes, Schiller Park and the Garten Club; and Craig Seeds and Terri Leist for the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department.

planning committee began discussing the senior-care initiative last year. They have been researching other successful agingin-place programs across the country to see if their ideas could be applied locally. Committee members plan to examine the survey data and make a decision by the end of the year

whether to create the program. It is unclear as to when the program would begin offering services, McCall said. “There’s so much work that would have to be done,” she said. “We’re making progress for sure. And I can say with certainty that the committee is quite optimistic about what lies ahead of us.”

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Schiller Park’s rich history is a compelling reason to volunteer No place in German Village is more beautiful this time of year than Schiller Park, both for its historic and wooded layout and the help of countless volunteers. We all know the history of Schiller Park. Originally called Stewart’s Grove, it hosted the Columbus Fourth of July celebration in 1830; it was the mustering point for Capt. Otto Zirkle’s German regiment, which was headed to fight in the Mexican American War; it was the celebration spot when Capt. Zirkle’s men returned safely in 1848; it was the Sangerfest location in 1852 for German singing societies from New York and St. Louis; it was the Ohio state fairgrounds in 1865 and 1866; and it was purchased by Columbus in 1871 and renamed City Park. On July 4, 1891, a statue of Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller was erected in the park by the prominent German community. Schiller was a German poet, philosopher, historian and dramatist and he was born in southwestern Germany, the same region from which many Columbus Germans emigrated. In 1905, City Park was renamed Schiller Park. In June of that year, a celebration commemorating Schiller’s death in 1805 began at Washington and Broad streets and 5,000 people marched to the newly renamed

park for a day of festivities. Thirteen years later in 1918, Schiller Park was renamed Washington Park in JODY response to GRAICHEN anti-German sentiments stoked by World War I. At this time, the South End also had a “Schiller Street” near the park. This, too, was changed and today’s residents refer to that street as “Whittier.” The park went by “Washington” until 1930, when it was once again renamed. More recently, Schiller Park has hosted a couple of Oktoberfests in the 1960s, a neighborhood marathon party every fall, performances by the Actors’Theatre of Columbus, German Village Society family portraits, Easter egg hunts sponsored by the Southeast Lions and countless other small events that make our community turn round and round. Still, the park serves as our collective backyard and I think it must be as loved today as it was in the 1830s when South Enders congregated in Stewart’s Grove. That love is seen in our heavy use of the park, the many images of it that are used in various ways and, of course, the work we put into it. Whether you’re new or old to

German Village, helping out in Schiller Park is a great way to meet new friends, get involved and get your hands dirty. Columbus takes great care to take great care of Schiller, but the recreation and parks staff members and their budget have been cut short dramatically over the years. In short, they can only do so much and since German Villagers expect the exceptional, it’s up to us to fill in the gaps. Consider this a call to action, like Capt. Zirkle’s in the 1840s. We need your help getting Schiller Park ready for the season and looking its best. Please join us at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 28, in the picnic area. The Friends of Schiller Park group will be planting the corner gardens with plants from Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Dill’s Greenhouse and Fisher’s Greenhouse. This year, the corner gardens were designed by Paul Soehnlen, the gifted designer who created the stunning Third Street entrance gardens the last few years. This is an opportunity to help your neighborhood and see the fruits of that labor. Go for the camaraderie and know that your volunteer time will help make Schiller Park the showstopper it is each and every year. Jody Graichen is director of historic preservation programs for the German Village Society.

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Bowling fundraiser will help lessfortunate south Columbus residents I want to share with you an opportunity to help our most vulnerable at-risk children and their families in south Columbus. For more than 13 years, I’ve done volunteer work at the South Side Learning and Development Center. South Side was created in 1924 to provide early learning and support to young children to help them prepare for success in school. Its purpose also is to help their parents be able to work or go to school and seek employment. South Side literally has helped thousands of young ones over the years and it’s wonderful to see what these creative folks do with minimal resources. Please help us spread the word about South Side’s annual Bowling for Children fundraiser on June 25. The event provides much-needed money for our operations supporting our children and families. This is our 21st year holding the event and it currently is our only major fundraiser. Kurt Ludlow from WBNS-10TV is our master of ceremonies. We are looking for lane sponsors ($100 and up) and for teams of bowlers. If you sponsor a lane by

Friday, May 27, we’ll put your name (or your organization’s name) on the back of our bowling TBOB shirts. For inLEIGHTY formation visit The event itself is a lot of fun, as well, so feel free to join us. Bowling for Children is scheduled from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 25, at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl, 3224 S. High St. This is a great bowling facility. If you haven’t been there before, come down if you have time to “spare.” Keeping our operations funded is so critical, even as we con-

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and is a living link to Nashville’s glory days and country music history. Nelson will be in concert Wednesday, June 1, at Lifestyle Communities Pavilion. Tickets are $30. Call 1-800-745-3000.

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of Hookahville. As always, Columbus jammers ekoostik hookah will host and perform during the festival, Friday-Sunday, May 27-30, at Legend Valley. This spring’s list of great acts includes Yonder Mountain String Band, Slightly Stoopid, Tropidelic and Todd Snider. Todd Snider For a full schedule, prices, times any number of touch points by and camping information, visit which they might identify you. Those touch points can sometimes overshadow the longevity 2 Career longevity for those itself, so, for example, some might in the public eye means that forget that Willie Nelson is one folks across generations will have of the great songwriters of his day

exactly do the modifiers work when you’re a melodic death metal band? Is it melodic-death metal or melodic death-metal?” when Michigan metalheads The Black Dahlia Murder play the Ravari Room Wednesday, June 1. Deriving its name from the unsolved 1947 murder of Elizabeth Short, the band anticipates releasing its fifth record sometime later this year. Tickets are $12/$15. Call (614) 263-4058. rocker Robin 4 Psych-blues Trower can still play, although his hair might be what you’d call a paler shade of white. (Yes, of course. We stretched for that play on words, as Trower joined the underrated prog outfit Procul Harum after the release of its signature tune.) Nonetheless, Trower remains a master of blues-rock, a titan from a time when British bluesmen ruled the rock n’ roll landscape. And he’s playing the Newport Music Hall Wednesday, June 1. Tickets are $22/$25. Call 1-800745-3000. Andrew Varner is just a 5 kid, so he’s exuberant, irreverent and radiates boyish charm. But his aesthetic is “thinkingman’s pop,” a latter-day Billy Joel-meets-Jeff Lynne. And he’s an Ohio boy down in Nashville making a go of it, so check him out Thursday, June 2, at the Scarlet and Grey Café. Call (614) 291-2347.

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Michael Brewer has two severed heads and a set of daggers on his bed and a moose head on his dining room table. It goes with the territory when you’re working on Evil Dead The Musical. “I’ve been waiting for the scary dreams to start,” Brewer said, only half-joking. Brewer is set designer for CATCO’s production of Evil Dead The Musical, which opens next week. He said that, from a special-effects standpoint, it’s the biggest show he’s ever done, including operas and large-cast musicals. “We’re having (production) conversations about a singing beaver,” Brewer said. The show is a spoof of the popular cult slasher films, CATCO artistic director Steven Anderson, who also directs Evil Dead, told The Beat. As such, Brewer explained, the effects are designed to be “cool and awesome, but not scary. Believable, but not realistic.” “It’s a musical,” Anderson added. “We have eight good voices. The show is good fun, good comedy. Folks are going to walk out of the theatre humming the melodies. The other stuff is just icing on the cake.” Actually, the other stuff is not so much cake decoration but severed body parts (“I’ve spent hours looking for and buying body parts,” Brewer said, ostensibly meaning fake ones) and blood. Lots of blood. The theatre will include a “Safe Zone” and a “Splatter Zone.” The splattering blood has been measured at a maximum of 18 feet. “We’ll be providing protection,” Anderson assured. Josef Matulich was brought in to be the show’s “blood czar.” “There’s no such thing as an expert,” Matulich explained. “It’s

CATCO will present Evil Dead The Musical June 1–19 at the Vern Riffe Center Studio Two Theatre. For show times and ticket information, call (614) 469-0939 or visit

more mad inventor status.” He said he’s worked with a variety of mixtures — that, in addition to the visual effect, the blood formula must also be washable (costumes must last the threeweek run, for example), must be safe enough for actors to be sprayed in the face and needs to not jam the pumps and fixtures used to deliver the blood. For example, there is a scene in which an actor is stabbed with a dagger that is followed by a song delivered while using a hand pump to pump blood from the “wound.” “When an actor has to sing and dance while spurting blood, it complicates things,” Matulich said. Indeed — the functionality of the blood delivery mechanisms impacts more than just the technical aspect of the show. “The challenge in blocking the show was, whereas normally you are concerned with stage fixtures and the relationships of the ac-

tors, you have to get the actors to where things can happen, but get them there in a way that makes sense,” Anderson explained. “I’m comfortable we’ve achieved the goal of making it plausible and natural,” Brewer added. Apart from the times actors are asked to handle certain effects, much of the rest of the bleeding is coordinated from a single workstation under the stage, designed and built by Matulich. “It’s like a command center with gang valves,” he said. “I’ve discovered more types of plumbing fittings than I knew existed.” “You start out with an ideal of what you want and then work with the team to discover what you can do,” Anderson said. “I’ve been amazed at how close to ideal you can get.” For more on CATCO’s production of Evil Dead The Musical, read the BeatBlog at

New lunch menu unveiled at Sage American Bistro Last week, some lucky tablemates and I basically had Sage all to ourselves for a few terrific lunches. See, the top-tier North Campus place was attempting to roll out its new midday service slowly and on the down-low. Yeah, sorry Sage, that’s not likely to happen now that G.A. Loudmouth is on your case. And as word breaks out that Sage is making great soups, salads and lusty, handcrafted sandwiches for only a couple more bucks than fast food, I doubt I’ll be enjoying many more allalone nooners in there again any time soon. Working from a restrained menu that emphasizes tricked-out familiar sandwiches, Sage’s lunchtime fare is rife with bold, compound bites that wrangle the sweet and spicy, the salty and hearty, the leafy and meaty. And that includes soups and salads because Sage certainly excels in these culinary phases, too. Take, for instance, a recent Daily Soup ($6) flaunting deeply developed flavors. At its heart were tons of long-cooked,

MENU by G.A. Benton transparent onions with the texture of soft noodles. The soup’s body, which was creamy — but not excessively thick or gloppy — benefited handsomely from blue cheese pungency and a backbone of bacon. Instead of forgettable ephemera, the salads I tried at Sage actually provided me with something memorable to sink my teeth into. For example, “steaky” is not a word generally associated with a pile of greens, but it aptly describes the Grilled Caesar ($7). About half an intact head of smoky and grill-marked romaine was trimmed to its heart and embellished with hard-cooked egg, anchovies and a brashly rich dressing. The excellent Spring House Salad ($7) elegantly balanced delicate, chopped thin asparagus spears, shallots and a

do, melted Swiss and a sweet and spicy, chutneylike house-made chipotle ketchup. This grill-crusted black Angus big boy might’ve been a royal mess to handle but it was a princely feast to eat. The BLT+ ($9) similarly dressed up another old favorite. Its buttery and thick, Texas-toasty “grilled By Jodi Miller/ThisWeek brioche” bread held up Bistro Banh Mi with a side of bright red slaw from under the weight of much the new Sage lunch menu. super crispy bacon, good L and T plus a rich oncreamy, semi-sweet, rosemary-tinged dressing with upscale pork and beans. I slaught of black-pepper mayo, avocado especially liked how its generous cubes and a fried egg. Exactly. Southeast Asia met South Carolina of salty, seared pancetta placed al dente white beans and the salad’s other ele- on a baguette-y roll in Sage’s Bistro Banh Mi ($9). This hearty hybrid comments into crisp relief. Racy southwestern accents perked up bined huge hunks of tangy-sauced pulled Sage’s massive and marvelous Bistro pork with a slaw of pickled carrots, Burger ($11). A large, toasted, soft roll daikon, jalapeno and cilantro. As with embraced a handmade juicy patty flat- all sandwiches, it comes with top-notch tered by cumin-kissed smashed avoca- house-made potato chips dusted in a bar-

Sage American Bistro Address: 2653 N. High St., Campus Phone: 614-267-7243 Web: Lunch hours: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday-Friday becue-flirting paprika-based spice mix. Speaking of sides, Sage’s other extras, like the addictive, hand-cut fries ($3), the bright, sweet and tart red cabbage slaw ($2) and a not-so-simple Simple Salad ($3), were standouts in taste, size and price. If sandwiches aren’t your thing, there are also a Smoked Salmon pasta ($11) and a full-flavored, salt-edged meatball with a kicky “smoked tomato” gravy, killer tater-tot-riffing risotto cake and niftily contrasting arugula salad ($11). These entrees might even call for a nice libation from Sage’s fine drinks menu. I know my toast to Sage’s welcome and new — if no longer secret — lunch menu certainly did.

Barbecue veteran moves center of operations to new restaurant At 34, Stan Riley already is a 17-year veteran of the barbecue industry. As a junior in high school, Riley began washing dishes for Art Yoho, the man who would become his mentor — and later partner — in the restaurant business. Yoho, then owner of Yoho’s Café and Catering on Westerville Road in the North Linden area, showed Riley the ropes: how to cook, work the smoker, control food costs and manage labor. “Everything he taught me, I took with me,” said Riley, who opened his second Holy Smoke Barbecue last week at 5251 N. Hamilton Road near

New Albany. “We’re in a good place to grow,” he said. “I needed a commissary and catering facility that also had a retail setting.” The store, in 2,100 square feet of space that was formerly home to Baja Sol, is more than just a sit-down restaurant: It is now is the barbecue center of his universe. It is where he prepares all the meats for his two eateries (the original is in the North Market) in Southern Pride Smokers located out back. The space, which seats 50 inside and another 30 outside, is designed in a way that allows customers to take a visual survey of the offerings: a glass case out front houses the brisket, pork, ribs, sausage and chicken, plus a variety of Southern sides. “Hopefully, you see what you want to eat today and see what you want to eat tomorrow,” he said. When orders are prepared, patrons By Lorrie Cecil/ThisWeek retrieve their meals from the counter. Stan Riley stands in his second Holy Smoke Barbecue restaurant, which reRiley uses two cently opened at 5251 N. Hamilton Road. The original store is in the North kinds of wood: Market. For video of Riley at the restaurant, visit

shagbark hickory and cherry, which are cut from the log right before they enter the smoker. Beer will join the beverage list in the next week or so. Riley said he will have the typical American macro-brews in the bottle while offering a toire of micro-brews on tap. For the time being, there’s Frostop Root Beer on tap, along with other Recipe of the week cold beverages. Holy Smoke has its own brand of barbecue sauces — “Sweet and Smokey” and “Spicy Chipotle” — available tableside and for retail sale. And, Riley stresses, the ribs are slathered with sauce before serving, unless otherwise specified. He also offers several sauces for retail made by CaJohns Fiery Foods, a specialty-foods manufacturer located in Westerville. Incidentally, Riley and John Hard, the founder of CaJohns, were partners in the North Market before Hard left to concentrate on his salsas, sauces and spice mixes. He also makes Holy Smoke’s private label. The new store means the end of an era at the Westerville Road site, from which Riley was doing all of his cooking for the market and catering operations. Riley bought out Yoho, who still distributes Roasted portobello mushrooms, courtesy of the Southern Pride smoker, in 2005. Yoho’s family Richard Blondin of the Refectory. still owns the property but has no intention of re- wine inventory has been moved to the back. turning to the restaurant business. There are several new small plates on the menu, Holy Smoke is open for lunch and dinner hours including steamed mussels, crab and shrimp salad daily. For more information, call 614-471-8844. on fried wontons and Kobe beef and ahi tuna sliders. Pizzas and other small dishes remain. All are Spagio Wine Cellars is now Spagio Wine Lounge, priced in the $3 to $10 range. reflecting a remodeling effort and an update in the Doubling its wines by the glass and flights, Spafood and wine service. gio Wine Lounge now offers eight wine flights and “After 10 years, I think it was time to give the 28 glass pours, Meilstrup said. place a facelift,” manager Spencer Meilstrup said. Theme tastings are still held from 6 to 9 p.m. The store is located at 1295 Grandview Ave. Thursdays but they have taken on a less formal tone. Additional seating has been added near the front Reservations are only necessary for large parties, of the store, which has an updated look, while the Meilstrup said.

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Coming up To add, remove or update a for meeting listing, email editorial@thisweek- times and locations. To join, email Power Lunch Columbus, a weekly workplace lunch-hour Meetings ministry, 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. The Pilot Club of Columbus, Wednesdays, at the Ohio Theatre, 6:15 the third Tuesday of each month at the Holiday Inn City 55 E. State St. Free. For more inCenter, 175 E. Town St. This formation, call Kimberly Montcivic-service organization focus- gomery at (614) 206-7962. es on improving the quality of life of people with brain-related disorders and disabilities. Call Teddi at (614) 539-6293. Trilo Grogan Toastmasters, 7 to 8:15 p.m. first and third Thursdays of each month at the Family Life Center, 907 Lexington Ave. For more information, visit Merion Village Association, 7 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month at the MVA Information Center, 1330 S. Fourth St. Southside United Neighbors/Southern Orchards Civic Association, 7 p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at the Parsons Avenue Library, 845 Parsons Ave. Call 252-4580. Schumacher Place Civic Association, 6:30 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month. Check under the community link for meeting location. Inventors Network meets to discuss the invention process at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month at TechColumbus, 1275 Kinnear Road. The meeting fee is $5 or $36 per year for members. Call 470-0144 or visit New Neighbors League of Columbus, monthly luncheon the second Tuesday of each month, get-acquainted coffee the third Wednesday. Visit www.newneigh-

Support groups German Village Al-Anon, 5:30 p.m. Sundays at Livingston Avenue Methodist Church, 200 E. Livingston Ave. Hope and help for friends and families of alcoholics. Free parking. Cliffside 12 & 12, an Alcoholics Anonymous group, 7:30 p.m. every Thursday at Glen Echo Presbyterian Church, 220 Cliffside Dr. This is an open meeting and anyone may attend. Call (614) 253-8501. Weight Control Support Group, 6 p.m. Mondays at Parsons Baptist Church, 3930 Parsons Ave. Call 491-1185 after 6 p.m. Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays at Columbus Alzheimer’s Care Center, 700 Jasonway Ave. Open to anyone affected by Alzheimer’s dis-

ease. Call 459-7050. Bipolar Anonymous, 7 p.m. Thursdays at Maple Grove United Methodist Church, 7 W. Henderson Road. Call 895-1002. Breast Cancer Support Group, led by a psychologist, social workers and registered nurses. The groups are ongoing; join any time. Call Mount Carmel St. Ann’s at (614) 546-4180. Celebrate Recovery, 6 p.m. Wednesdays at UMC for All People, 946 Parsons Ave. For more information, call David at 8951002. Cocaine Anonymous, 10 a.m. Saturdays at UMC for All People, 946 Parsons Ave. For more information, call David at 8951002. Columbus Chapter of the National Stuttering Project (NSP), 7 p.m. the second Wednesday of each month at the J. Leonard Camera Rehabilitation Center, 2050 Kenny Road. Meetings are free. Call 447-8568. CORDS (Cancer Overcomers Receiving Deliverance Support) meets 7 to 8:30 p.m. the second Tuesday and fourth Thursday of each month at Grove City Church of the Nazarene, 4770 Hoover Road. Call Linda Purcell at 8752551, ext. 264. Couples pursuing adoption

meet the second and fourth Mondays of each month. For location and time, call Dee at 236-2678. Sponsored by RESOLVE of Ohio. Depression Bipolar Support Alliance of Northwest Columbus, 7 to 9 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at Meadow Park Church of God, 2425 Bethel Road. Call 5479788. Meadow Park Church of God is not affiliated with the DBSA. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Northwest Columbus — Young Adults, 7 to 9 p.m. the third Wednesday of each month in Room 126 of Summit on 16th United Methodist Church, 82 E. 16th Ave. Also open all-age group. Free and open to the public. Call 547-9788. Emotions Anonymous, noon Saturdays at UMC for All People, 946 Parsons Ave. For more information, call (614) 470-0397. Families Anonymous, for parents whose children have substance abuse or behavioral problems, 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at Overbrook Presbyterian Church, 4131 N. High St. Call 885-5199 or 875-8695. Narcotics Anonymous, 5 p.m. Fridays at UMC for All People, 946 Parsons Ave. For more in-

formation, call David at 895-1002. Overeaters Anonymous, 7:30 p.m. Fridays at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in the Specht Center, 684 S. 3rd St. Call Gerry at (614) 598-3418 or visit Parkinson Support Group, 1:30 p.m. the second Thursday of each month, at the Forum at Knightsbridge, 4625 Knightsbridge Blvd. Call John Gabel at 761-3130. Single Mothers Support Group, women’s outreach for women, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays at 1950-H N. Fourth St. Child care is provided.

Sister Friends Support Group, for women living with HIV/AIDS, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at Passages, 823 1/2 E. Long St. Thyroid Cancer Support Group meets from 10:30 a.m. to noon the second Saturday of each month at the Victorian Village Health Center, first floor, 1132 Hunter Ave. Call 436-5411. Young Adult Epilepsy Support Group, 2 p.m. the second and fourth Sundays of each month at the Epilepsy Foundation, 510 E. North Broadway, Suite 400. Call 261-1100.

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