Recent Episodes

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    April 16th, 2014

    Tonight, we'll learn about the Xpanding Horizons Xpo at the State Theatre. Julie Soales and Jessica Deiter will be on to tell us about it. Then, the Plymouth Speedway is having an event this weekend called "Cabin Fever." Rhonda Simes and Kurt Mikel be on to share about their annual Party for a Cure Gala on May 31st. Finnally, Jennifer Ellis will us us what is happening In The Bend.

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    April 15th, 2014

    Tonight, Elaine Hovenkamp is back to tell us about south bend farmers market and will prepare Roasted Leg of Lamb for us. Then, The Temptations are coming to Michiana for a show at St. Joe High School. Robert Smith and Rick Hummer will be on with the details. Judi Lykowski gives us a look at Michiana Rising star in Warsaw. Then we'll learn what happening at The DeBartolo.

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    April 14th, 2014

    Tonight, The Center for History in South Bend is having an event called "The Gallery After Dark" about World War One on Thursday the 17th. Then Don Howard will tell us about a conference happening at Notre Dame, discussing ethical issues inolved with new weapons technologies. Finally we'll learn about the first annual Marshall County Kid's Expo happening this saturday in Plymouth.

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    April 11th, 2014

    Singer Dena Woods will perform the song "Come Home" with the Anival Fausto Band. Chef Javier Mendez and Amy Cira from Javier's Bistro are in the kitchen with Gordy and will be making Shrimp Scampi. Then Judi Lykowski takes us to Chiara Home to give us a look at the services they provide and more. Finally, Zofia Glashauser and Nic Orbovich will play a violin duet for us.

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    April 10th, 2014

    Tonight Tricia Park a Violinist and Daniel Avshalomov a Violist will be on to perform a piece called “Motzart Duo for Violin & Viola k-423.” Then Lou Manfredini, better known as “Mr. Fix It” will be in studio showing some common fixes of your toilet that you can do yourself. Finally Gordy heads to Lange’s Meat Market in Michigan City and meets owner Pete Lange.