Anne Feferman shares a fascinating story of her family's business in South Bend.
Gloria Wolvos remembers moving to South Bend and becoming Bat Mitzvah at Sinai Synagogue.
We recently posted a tribute to our very own Posi Tucker, Michiana's first female sports reporter and all around renaissance woman.
Honoring the life of David Piser, co-founder of the Michiana Jewish Historical Society
Find South Bend's Jewish history with us this Sunday, August 22nd!
Continuing our series on local Jewish influences on the world of sports, today we bring you a story on Indiana baseball legend Barney Zoss.
Peter Firestein remembers working for Block Bros. Jewelers in downtown South Bend.
Ina Rosenberg recounts an eventful trip to Saint Mary's in the Progressive Bakery truck.
In these hard times the Michiana Jewish Historical Society wishes you a warm Passover. Even though we can't be with our friends and families for Seder…
With hope for a happy and healthy new year, and that we can be together again soon.
Barb Asher remembers details of her family's business, include a radio jingle sure to get stuck in your head!
Maggie Goldberg has resigned her position of Executive Director of the Michiana Jewish Historical Society, a position she has held since 2010.