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651 viewsVeteran sound recordist Brent Lestage of Mattapoisett (left) poses with Michael R. Gordon, Foreign Affairs Correspondent for The New York Times (center), and two-time Emmy Award winning camera man Curt Worden (right) aboard a P-13 Orion surveillance aircraft during a recent 22-day shoot for a Discovery Channel documentary. (Photo courtesy of Brent Lestage). 11/28/02 edition
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651 viewsAlicia Crabbe and Bob Lawrence of Rochester took The Wanderer to Machu Picchu, Peru, deep in the Andes Mountains. Machu Picchu was the religious sacred city of the Inca Empire. The Wanderer traveled by plane, bus, train and foot to get there. (Photo courtesy of Alicia Crabbe). 9/9/04 edition
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VB Engrossed650 viewsFOX 25 Morning News Commentator and Howie Carr Talk Show alum Doug “VB” Goudie finds himself engrossed with the latest issue of The Wanderer. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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643 viewsA great time was had by several local residents recently in Jamaica. Pictured here posing with The Wanderer are Linda East-Boyd of Marion, Chad Peter of Fairhaven, Auntie Deb Baldwin of Acushnet, Adam Kirby of Rochester, Melissa Traenkle of Marion, and Heidi Nicol of New York. 6/24/04 edition
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642 viewsStephen Gendron and Cheryl Souza pose with a copy of The Wanderer at the Daytona 500 which they attended last month on February 18 with friends Lauren and Doug Lemieux. One of the premier auto racing events in the world, this year’s event unfortunately claimed the life of seven-time champion Dale Earnhardt, whose team member Michael Waltrip went on to bittersweet victory. 3/8/01 edition
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633 viewsA group of tri-town area residents recently traveled to Chicago, IL to attend the wedding of John Mello and Dawn Peterson and took the time to pose in front of the famed Wrigley Building with a copy of The Wanderer. Pictured here at the famous site are (rear, l. to r.) Robert Bertrand, Todd Henshaw, Lenny DiPasqua, Polly Henshaw, Jonathan Henshaw, (middle, l. to r.) Lisa Bertrand, Patty DiPasqua, Susan Henshaw, Kim Henshaw, and (front) Phillip Mello and George Henshaw. 1/8/04 edition
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632 viewsCommander Bill Hollman, US Navy Reserve, of Marion, enjoys The Wanderer during a break while at sea aboard the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) recently. 12/26/02 edition
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632 viewsStuck in Chicago ... this family recently took a vacation over the holidays and got stuck in Chicago’s notorious O’Hare Airport for 27 hours on their way back. Luckily, Paul Keane (their great uncle) remembered to bring this copy of The Wanderer with him just for the photo-op. They were hoping to get a shot on top of Donner Summit in the Sierras, but that didn’t work out. Pictured here are Garrett Bauer, Kayla Souza, Holly Smith and Kerrin Souza. (Photo by and courtesy of Tim Smith). 2/5/04 edtion
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630 viewsMaddie Ellms (left) and Sarah Mui (right), both Mattapoisett residents, pose with The Wanderer in front of the Roman Forum. Both girls spent the previous semester abroad studying in Italy. Maddie went with AFS from Old Rochester Regional High School and Sarah went with Richmond University from Providence College. (Photo courtesy of Maddie Ellms). 10/10/02 edition
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Waterfall Wanderer627 viewsToya Doran Gabeler, who grew up in Mattapoisett and still comes home every summer to her family’s cottage at Angelica Point, poses here with a copy of The Wanderer during a trip to Puerto Iguazu, Argentina last February. Here she is seen standing at Iguazu Falls, a UNESCO world heritage site where there are over 300 waterfalls!
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TD Garden624 viewsDancers and Gymnast from Kaleidoscope performed at the Celtics Game at the TD Garden On Friday, January 11th.
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620 viewsKathy Goulart and Greg Galvan pose in their ‘70s garb with a copy of The Wanderer at the recent Dana Farber Cancer Benefit Dance held at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Route 6 in Mattapoisett on Saturday, February 12. The event, which featured classic ‘70s and ‘80s music, raised over $5,000 that will go directly for cancer research and treatment. (Photo by Michael Immel). 2/17/05 edition
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