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OUR Stories

Homemade Syrup in New Carlisle

Plunk. Plunk. Plunk. A family peers over the rim of a silver bucket hanging on a maple tree and watches …

Carter Work Project Comes to The Bend

It’s not every day a former president visits town. But that’s just what will happen in The Bend later this …

Picture This…

Picture this: It’s a warm midsummer evening in South Bend’s Potawatomi Park. To the west, the sun sets slowly in …

Notre Dame Game Day: Throw Back

If you hope to sell more of anything these days, just rebrand it as handmade by some old-school—preferably eccentric, preferably …

Campus Activities

When Brian and I first moved to South Bend, we were blown away with how much there is to see …

The Home of Action Sports in South Bend

I built the Kitchen BMX Skate Park in 2011 to give back to my community and provide kids with a …

Lincoln’s Final Journey

As South Bend celebrates its 150th birthday next year, the Studebaker National Museum will honor the 150th anniversary of a more …

Tile-Making with Kathy Reddy White

It was a sunny day at the beginning of August, comfortably warm, slight breeze…

The Food of The Oliver Inn

There’s nothing like a homemade breakfast, and the owners of The Oliver Inn Bed + Breakfast in South Bend know …

Performing Arts for All Ages

I’m a big fan of taking children to see live theater. There’s an inherent excitement in watching real people on …

How We Roll: Exploring The South Bend Riverwalk by Bike

Mishawaka native, Jonathan Randall Grant, takes a look at the wonders of the many bike paths along the St. Joseph River.