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Complete guide to events & things to do in & around South Bend. Concerts. Festivals. Theater. Art. Food. Nightlife. Entertainment. Family.
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In the Bend 6h
Constant Spring restaurant in downtown Goshen reopens after, like other businesses, trying to figure out how to navigate this time, with practices turned upside down and inside out. via  
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In the Bend Aug 5
A South Bend-based web developer has created a website that allows consumers to review restaurants based on their approach to COVID-19 safety precautions.
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In the Bend Aug 5
COVID-19 pumped up demand for outdoor recreation and, combined with other factors, caused a bike shortage. Local shops offer insight on how to secure the bike you want. via  
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In the Bend Aug 3
Raising Cane's scheduled to open Mishawaka location by December. The Louisiana-based fast food restaurant is known for fried chicken fingers, cole slaw and Texas toast.
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In the Bend Aug 2
Amid the dark economic clouds from the coronavirus, the beer industry represents a silver lining (despite an aluminum can crunch).
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In the Bend Aug 2
U-pick operations are packed at area farms as families look for safe outdoor activities. 'A lot of pent-up energy...People are just looking to get out.'
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In the Bend Aug 2
For the first time in three years, the historic Dainty Maid building in downtown South Bend will again produce fine pastries and confectioneries. via
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In the Bend Jul 29
Bar Louie set to reopen, at new site in Granger. It will cover three stories and 7,000 square feet in a “reinvention”:
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In the Bend Jul 27
Riley High School grad Braden Allison wrote the first draft of his musical, “Andreacles,” when he was in the sixth grade. It's now a 34-song production and premieres this week at a South Bend church:
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In the Bend Jul 26
Funeral service for TV star and Notre Dame alum Regis Philbin will be at the university's Basilica of the Sacred Heart, and he will be buried at Cedar Grove Cemetery on campus.
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In the Bend Jul 26
A South Bend musician, with his “Mambo Sauce” podcast, honors a late friend and a rare blues record collection:
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In the Bend Jul 25
Notre Dame grad Regis Philbin was enthusiastic supporter and visitor to campus. A theater is named for him, and he also supported South Bend Center for the Homeless for years:
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In the Bend Jul 21
The recent two-week spike in local COVID-19 cases has led South Bend Civic Theatre to cancel all of its in-person performances through the end of December and to furlough its staff of 18.
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In the Bend Jul 19
Notre Dame piano students who have been giving free or inexpensive piano lessons to kids in South Bend region have found a new way to connect and keep the music going:
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In the Bend Jul 19
City of South Bend is seeking submissions of sculptural art pieces for Howard Park, looking for 'original, creative and dynamic' work; the pieces would be loaned for two years. Details here:
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In the Bend Jul 19
New dining option (a revamped Rohr’s restaurant) is coming to the University of Notre Dame at a place that prides itself on tradition:
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In the Bend Jul 16
Michigan City closes Washington Park, including the Lake Michigan beach, zoo, senior center and Sunset Grille. He cites “unprecedented developments in the COVID-19 pandemic.”
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In the Bend Jul 15
Reggio’s, known for its “unpretentious” Italian dishes and Giuseppe salad, initially closed in March in Mishawaka amid the coronavirus pandemic and has not reopened since.
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In the Bend Jul 15
Sunburst Races, initially moved from June to August, are now canceled to 'put the safety of the community first':
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Joseph Dits Jul 15
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