The Wanderer Photo Gallery

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394 viewsStephanie Miska, an employee at Disney World in Florida, took time out to pose in front of the attraction’s famous Cinderella’s Castle, the 182-foot tall structure which dominates the Magic Kingdom. A subscriber of The Wanderer, Ms. Miska took advantage of our invitation to send in photos of readers proudly posing in unique locations with copies of their favorite publication. Other readers who are encouraged to follow her lead may see themselves in print! (Photo by and courtesy of Stephanie Miska). 1/18/05 edition
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430 viewsPosing with a copy of The Wanderer outside the Capitol Building in Washington, DC during last Saturday’s Inauguration Ceremony to swear in President George W. Bush are Mattapoisett residents (l. to r.) Carrie Tucker, Tom Tucker, and their son, six-year-old Tommy Tucker, a student in Mrs. Evans’ Grade 1 class at Center School. The family obtained tickets to the historic event through Congressman Barney Frank’s office. (Photo by and courtesy of Carrie Tucker.) 1/25/01 edition
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412 viewsSusan Gould of Mattapoisett poses at a ski resort in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, with a copy of The Wanderer, adding yet another unique location to our gallery of readers. Ms. Gould recently took a trip to the winter getaway spot which offered ample snowboarding on 18 inches of “champagne powder” while there. Remember to take along a copy of your favorite local newspaper when traveling and be sure to pose outside a picturesque — and previously unsubmitted — locale. (Photo courtesy of Susan Gould.) 2/8/01 edition
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600 viewsMattapoisett residents Jeff and Karen Swift and Michael and Sandy King take time out from a busy day of skiing to pose with a copy of The Wanderer atop Pleasant Mountain (a/k/a Shawnee Peak Ski Area) overlooking Mount Washington during the recent February school vacation week. The two couples traveled with Caitlin and Jarod Swift, Kristen Searles, and Andrew and Matt King — all of whom were unavailable for the photo due to a much-needed hot chocolate break. 3/1/01 edition
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Marion to Mexico923 viewsMichael Whelihan and Suzanne Gokavi, both of Marion, pose in front of a statue with a copy of The Wanderer in Costa Maya, Mexico. They were part of a group of local families who went on a recent cruise and got “stuck” there while their ship underwent repair.
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Brownell Grandchildren992 viewsThe grandchildren of the Brownell family of Mattapoisett pose with copies of The Wanderer during a recent family vacation in St. John’s, overlooking Pillsbury Sound with St. Thomas in the background. Pictured here are (l. to r.) T.J. Stellato, Andrew Kovacs, Stephen Gouin, Alex Kovacs, and Allyson Stellato.
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Haley Clark7526 viewsHaley (Cope) Clark, the United States 100-Meter Backstroke World Champion and former world-record holder.
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Jim Craig4245 viewsUS Olympic Gold Medalist and former Mattapoisett resident Jim Craig
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Cara Zavaleta and Pilar Lastra7625 viewsCara Zavaleta, Playboy magazine's Miss November (2004), and Pilar Lastra, who was Miss August (2004).
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Rollie Fingers2158 viewsAce relief pitcher Rollie Fingers, noted for making 16 World Series appearances and capturing both the American League MVP and Cy Young Awards in 1981 while with the Brewers.
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Bruce Campbell1880 viewsGroovy! Yep, cult B-movie actor Bruce Campbell was in Boston this past week to promote the release of his new novel How to Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way and to premiere The Man With the Screaming Brain, his feature film directorial debut in which he also stars. Here he took time to pose with a copy of The Wanderer ... a publication a little less creepy than that dreaded “Book of the Dead” he keeps digging up. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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Bruce Campbell, Too2464 viewsGroovy! Yep, cult B-movie actor Bruce Campbell was in Boston this past week to promote the release of his new novel How to Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way and to premiere The Man With the Screaming Brain, his feature film directorial debut in which he also stars. Here he took time to pose with a copy of The Wanderer ... a publication a little less creepy than that dreaded “Book of the Dead” he keeps digging up. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).
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