The Contemporary Austin at the Jones Center
"...That’s kind of like the difference between the relentless and mostly game-hawking evangelism of VR … and what’s awaiting you in that refurbished Ford Econoline called The Dream Wanderer...."
"...Michael King: "This week, the Chronicle is hosting the annual Association of Alternative Newsmedia Conference, and dozens of visiting journalists (and production and business staffers) are in town, conferring, exchanging reporting methods and story tips, and of course partying. Don't swing any dead cats in the vicinity of Downtown bars, and if you get a chance, give a Texas welcome to that dazed, overheated wanderer shooting group selfies outside Stubb's – she's not just a tourist, she's a writer...."
"...There's an essential dichotomy constantly warring within Hays: the restless wanderer and adamant homesteader, a stubborn idealist and pragmatic realist. The extrovert thrives on culture and energy from a city, while the introvert yearns for the peace and isolation of the country..."
"...Likewise, hearing Dion perform in an unadorned blues context drove home the degree to which he introduced an undercurrent of raw, ribald emotion into seemingly cheery AM pop hits. Freewheeling stud fantasy “The Wanderer” still sounds appropriately nasty more than 50 years later..."
"...To say I’m a colorful character is a rather banal response to a particularly dull question. However, if I had to describe myself, I’d say I’m a wanderer, always on the lookout for my next great adventure..."
"...8:10pm: SHAPES HAVE FANGS "Zig Zag Wanderer" Captain Beefheart..."
"...My sister, her husband, and I, along with our entourage, made our requisite appearance after attending an All-White party dressed as a team of nurses from Parkland Hospital in Dallas; I, of course, was dressed, not in white, but as Jackie Kennedy in a pink Chanel suit splattered with blood and brains. We led the club with "interpretive dancing" to Donna Summer's "The Wanderer" and "Private Idaho" by the always-popular B-52's..."
"..."Sonny Davis was one of the original propsters in the band," he explains. "He'd do "Little Red Squeaky Fromme' to "Little Red Riding Hood.' He was "The Fondler' (as in "The Wanderer'), and I'm sure he was one of the first to stuff a ladies' wig in his underpants and wear it onstage..."