Posts tagged jacob titus
Snow Day on Birdsell

Birdsell, Linden, and Liston are streets synonymous with the West Side of South Bend. On a frigid January afternoon we ventured on a neighborhood photo walk and considered its past as a vibrant African-American business district.

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A Night at Lasalle Kitchen & Tavern

We hosted a party downtown at LaSalle Kitchen & Tavern to celebrate the end of South Bend on Purpose Season 2. It was a movie.

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A Million Ideas – The Bendix Headquarters

The Bendix Corporation’s former West Side home evokes a time of innovation and industry in South Bend. Experience remnants of Art Deco architecture, a private theater, and opulent executive offices inside this historic landmark.

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South Bend on Purpose

On Season 2 of Pod.SB we (co-hosts Jacob Titus and Dustin Mix) interview a diverse group of people who are here living life on purpose. in this first episode we talk about why the podcast is returning for another season, why Dustin is joining the show, and what special guest is joining us for episode 2.

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The Birdsell Project: STRT/SLCT

After a two year hiatus, The Birdsell Project is back. Watch local artists Eli Kahn and Krista Hoefle, together STRT/SLCT, create an ambitious light + sound installation inside Vested Interest.

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Porch Power

From local food to local energy. The Purple Porch is pushing their mission forward with the addition of 42 solar panels atop their East Bank store.

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Afternoon on Ford Street

Ford Street, populated by a flawless mixture of homes and storefronts, runs through the heart of South Bend's West Side. Travel down a classic stretch on a beautiful Spring day in the Rust Belt.

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In Awe – St. Adalbert's Parish

St. Adalbert's Parish stands as a century-old anchor in a West Side immigrant neighborhood. Experience symbolic paintings and Gothic Revival views inside this historic landmark.

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Linden Avenue – That's South Bend

Linden Avenue runs through the heart of South Bend's West Side. On a cold December afternoon we hit the archetypal row of storefronts on the 1600 block.

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