Ambling Through Marble Town with The Wanderer

by Dave Daly 10/19/2018 I find graveyards fascinating, especially old ones. Is that macabre? I don’t think so. I’ve got a healthy respect for the dead and treat the grounds where they lay with reverence as...

The Wanderer at Summit Lake Neighborhood Farmers’ Market

I ate too many Sauerkraut Balls in August by Dave Daly 09/07/2018 Last month was crazy. There was something going on every weekend -- multiple things, in fact. Not all of them were gluttonous, either. There wa...

The Wanderer | April 2018

Tryouts and Tribulations by Dave Daly 04/10/2018 Last year around this time I went down to Canal Park to tryout to sing the National Anthem at a home game during the upcoming season. As I was handed the m...

The Wanderer | March 2018

Sundays are Meant for Gorging by Dave Daly 03/23/2018 When you are gifted with a warm weekend day in the waning months of winter, you take advantage of it.  Nothing gets your mind off potholes like a walk...

The Wanderer | February 2018

by Dave Daly Letting the Silver Slide at Quarter Up 02/14/2018 The weather has been a little dodgy lately and I’ve taken to an all-sweats lifestyle. In a hoodie, sweat pants and crocs I could go anywhere...
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The Wanderer | January 2018

Let’s Have an OK 2018! by Dave Daly 01/03/2018 My Fellow Akronites, Hot damn, it’s 2018! Did you make it through the holidays unscathed? Do you remember who you kissed at midnight on New Year’s? Hopeful...
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The Wanderer | December 2017

On Christmas…   by Dave Daly 12/8/17 It’s early December and we are knee deep in the Christmas swamp. While some regale the decorations, music and joy, others, like me, don’t. I’m too busy getting ro...

The Wanderer | November 2017

Dinner, Drink and a Movie   words and photos by Dave Daly 10/30/17 You know how in some sequels the original star of the first movie is not present in the second? Think ‘Teen Wolf’ and ‘Teen Wolf Too’. Thi...

The Wanderer | Climbing Through Flavor: Everest Restaurant

by Holly Brown When the Chicken Thali was placed on our table, I stared in reverent silence and then said to Ryan, “That is the most majestic dinner I have ever seen.” And that it was. In front of us were f...