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1. Bender: Those that grew up and live in South Bend.  
2. Touchdown Jesus: Dubbed "Touchdown Jesus" by Notre Dame alumni, "The Word of Life," constructed by Millard Sheets, is a mural on the...  
1. Thyme of Grace: Just east of Indiana University on Mishawaka Ave., Thyme of Grace Is an eclectic locally-owned spot for lunch or te...  
2. East Bank Emporium: Overlooking the St. Joe River at 121 S. Niles Avenue, the Emporium is considered one of South Bend's most romantic ...  
3. Bonnie Doon: Before Sonic, there was Bonnie Doon. South Bend's favorite carhop continues to offer locally produced ice cream in...  
 
1. River Park: The River Park neighborhood is within the borders of the St. Joe River (S.), railroad tracks (N.), Logan St. (E.), ...  
2. W. Washington Historic District: W. Washington St. offers a charming, tree-lined stroll through South Bend's past. Cushing Manor, Studebaker House,...  
3. Near Northwest Neighborhood: The Near Northwest (S. Michigan to Portage Ave.) was a crumbling neighborhood for years, but is now undergoing revi...  
1. Dyngus Day: Celebrated on Easter Monday, Dyngus Day has become a South Bend holiday that marks the launch of the year's politic...  
 
 
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