Bringing the Farm Downtown How the Purple Porch Co-op Cultivates Local Food in South Bend
By Leong Weng Kuan and Molly Seidel
In the heart of South Bend’s East Race district sits a tiny brick building with a wide-reaching impact. “PURPLE PORCH CO-OP” is spelled out in iron letters over the door, through which a constant stream of people flow.
Inside, the small space is packed with shelves of nutritious whole foods, vibrant produce, and a cozy cafe with delicious smells that waft through the store.
Attached is a Storify project recording a trending news story about a N.C. man attacked a D.C. pizzeria with a rifle since he read fake news online.
Dec 4 2016, Edgar M. Welch, a father of two from North Carolina, was arrested by firing 3 shots in a Washington D.C. pizzeria with an AR-15-style rifle. He alleged that he fired since he had read online about young children were haboured as sex slaves led by Hillary Clinton in this pizzeria.
The gunman shot on the walls, desk, door, door lock and computer tower. Nobody was injured. He claimed that he was there to self-investigate the “Pizzagate” theory which was wide spread on social media for over a month.
Regarding to Yelp, the best 10 Chinese restaurants in South Bend are attached in this Google MyMaps for you to explore them in one glance. They include J.W. Chen’s, Ho Ping House, Garden Wok, China House, Cre-Asian, Mandarin House Restaurant, Ichiban Golden Dragon, Oriental Express, New China Buffet and Golden Dragon.
All of these restaurants serve Chinese food and in addition, some of them serve Vietnam and Japanese food along as well. Let’s go and try one in this weekend!
Two terms that you might familiar with and even tweeted it on Twitter – “Alternative Facts” & “Period”. Let’s see the percentage shows in Google Trends of them throughout the past month in the United States.
“This is so important to our state, not only in the past, but certainly now and in the future,” Quinn said.
“We want everyone to have the opportunity to go to college that has the ability to go to college.”
MAP grants are need-based college scholarships that allow merit students who are in need across the state and do not need to be repaid by the student. Quinn said that due to cutbacks and having to pay more money in the pension amount, almost 18,000 students lost their MAP grant scholarships this year.