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St. Joseph ready to chalk the block

St. Joseph ready to chalk the block

One block in downtown St. Joseph will come alive with works of pastel art during St. Joseph Today’s 11th annual Chalk the Block Aug. 3-5. Read more  | Add your comment

Movie review: Ted & Spiderman

At least once a year, we have one comedy film that is epic. In 2011 we had “Bridesmaids;” now in 2012 we have “Ted.” Read more  | Add your comment

Carlock: Silver Beach suits ‘Boys of Summer’

During the sweltering heat wave most Americans endured through the end of June and early July, I started envisioning some image of milder weather through ... Read more  | Add your comment

Book review: Ladies of the Lights

The author did a phenomenal job researching for this informative, nonfiction book, "Ladies of the Lights — Michigan Women in the U.S. Lighthouse Service." Read more  | Add your comment

‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’ coming to Box Factory

Pigeon Creek Shakespeare Company presents "Love's Labour's Lost" at the Box Factory for the Arts, 1101 Broad St., St. Joseph, for one performance at 8 ... Read more  | Add your comment

Tribute planned for ‘Silent Spring’ author Rachel Carson

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring,” the book credited with launching the environmental movement. Read more  | Add your comment

Katy Perry: A strategy that works

I love Katy Perry and pretty much everything about her, except her first hit, “I Kissed A Girl.” I’ve always felt that the song’s shameless ... Read more  | Add your comment

Jazz on the Terrace aids cancer patients

Music lovers in Michiana will get more for their admission ticket than just live entertainment. Read more  | Add your comment

Nelson Rangell headlines Smooth Jazz at Sunset concert

Smooth Jazz artist “Nelson Rangell” will headline the 10th annual Smooth Jazz at Sunset concert in conjunction with the Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff ... Read more  | Add your comment

Krasl Art Fair kicks off Friday

Krasl Art Fair kicks off Friday

The annual Krasl Art Fair on the Bluff will open with a kick-off party on Friday, July 13 from 5-10 p.m. Read more  | Add your comment

Finding fine art at Burnison Galleries

Finding fine art at Burnison Galleries

The Burnisons and their security dog, Lisa, have been offering fine artwork and antiques at Burnison Galleries for the past six years. Read more  | Add your comment

Centor for History pays tribute to film ‘A League of Their Own’

Center for History in South Bend is kicking off a summer-long celebration of the popular film "A League of Their Own." Read more  | Add your comment

Dorris Akers to exhibit at Water Street Glassworks

Water Street Glassworks announces the exhibit, "The Glass Garden and Other Whimsies," by artist Dorris Akers. Read more  | Add your comment

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  3. Folk singer plays it all right  | Add your comment
  4. Un-Sanctioned draws crowd to Buchanan  | Add your comment
  5. Plein air expressionist work exhibited at Buchanan Art Center  | Add your comment
  6. Summer Art Hop showcases work of ‘I am the Greatest’  | Add your comment
  7. More than 50 artists showcase work at show  | Add your comment
  8. Henning Schroder and Yu-Lien The perform at Krasl  | Add your comment
  9. Kitchen demos featured at Senior PGA  | Add your comment
  10. Bach Ascension Festival Sunday  | Add your comment
  11. Dogwood Festival kicks off  | Add your comment
  12. South Bend Chamber Singers close season May 20  | Add your comment

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