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Jacob Titus is a photographer, filmmaker, and designer and creator, living in South Bend, Indiana. In this conversation, we talk about the publication he started, West.SB, and how he uses photography and writing to tell the stories of his city—its people, its places.
We talk about what happens when you open your eyes to the stories around you. We talk about how art can help people see things differently and even build stronger towns. We talk about the revelations that take place when we look closely at the history of our cities. And yes, we talk a little about Mayor Pete Buttigieg too.Additional Show Notes
“Is South Bend a Prosperous College Town or a Struggling Rust Belt City?” by Emily Badger (New York Times)
“For Restaurants in the Pandemic, Immense Challenges...and a Glimmer of Hope” by Rachel Quednau (Strong Towns)
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