This past Sunday, for the SB150 “Discover… South Bend Science” event, I talked about history. That might seem incongruous – science and history together in the same presentation. To me,…more»
On Monday, February 9, I sat and watched the wheels of democracy in action as members of the Mayor’s staff successfully lobbied the South Bend Common Council to approve the…more»
South Bend has been home to many prolific families over the years. One that you might not have heard of is the Kizer family. William Kizer, a local business leader…more»
Every now and then, you come across an artifact that reminds you just how much our city, let alone our society, has changed. Recently, I found this program from a…more»
Who was the second person to build a working airplane? The third African American to play professional baseball? History records them all, but it is the “first” to do something…more»
South Bend is set to kick off a year-long celebration of our city’s 150th anniversary in 2015. Too often, that history focuses on a building that no longer stands, or…more»
Stanley Kubrick is best known for Hollywood blockbusters like 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, The Shining and Full Metal Jacket. But before he was a film director, he…more»
A few weeks ago we covered legendary Notre Dame head football coach Knute Rockne as our Throwback Thursday feature. Now we are going to take a look at the house…more»
Downtown South Bend has changed immensely over the past one-hundred and fifty years. Perhaps no street is more emblematic of the city’s changing landscape than Michigan Street. This Throwback Thursday…more»
Notre Dame football kicks off on Saturday against Rice. We here at South Bend Voice thought that it would be fitting tribute to feature one of the all-time greats as…more»
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