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9/10/2020 – 9/16/2020
One thing that’s obvious from watching our community in action is that neighbors love helping neighbors. This week in Buy Nothing, member Elizabeth wanted to put together a care package for a family member in need. Her neighbors sprung into action: books, coloring books, and snacks were offered or delivered. Caitlin realized she had no […]
September 3—9, 2020
Prime Rib’s exact origin and beginnings is unclear, although most historians agree roasts became popular during the Industrial Revolution in the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, Canada, New Zealand, and USA. Prime Rib was originally known as the “Standing Rib Roast”. As meat butchering standards improved in the late 19th century, more people were able to enjoy a […]
We are lucky to live in the East Bank Village and are surrounded by reminders of its history…a history that helped form South Bend. Back in the day, water power was king and our proximity to the St. Joseph River put us in the heart of the industrial growth of the area. Platted in 1837 […]
Our third feature is Olivet AME Church, located on Notre Dame Avenue. Olivet African Methodist Episcopal Church was founded in March 1870 and is the oldest African American Church in South Bend. Their website provides a deeper look into their history: “Olivet was formally organized by the Rev. J. Bundy, the first pastor, and nine […]
The East Bank Ink is a weekly paper published by volunteers (join us!). We always deliver to the 1,300 houses and businesses between the East Bank of the St. Joseph River, Eddy Street, and Howard Street. Today, and for the next few weeks we will also mail a copy to more houses in the 46617 […]