Always moving.

Literature is filled with stories wrapped around the symbolic power of rivers.  Rivers swell with the dream of a new beginning. They rush with the power of an unstoppable current. And they inspire with the life-affirming energy of progress. In Fort Wayne, it was our three rivers that brought us here.  We arrive at them today with high expectations. An appetite for adventure, or a yearning for solitude. A need to connect with heritage and community, or a restless desire to never see the same view twice.  The chance to [...] Read More

Our Three Favorite Hoppy Gnome Tacos

As you may recall from our Taco Tuesday post, we don't mess around about tacos. And we've got a special place in our hearts for our downtown taco establishment—The Hoppy Gnome. Great service, locally owned, great food... what more can you ask for? As a team, we've consumed more Hoppy Gnome tacos than we can really count. So, we took an internal poll to see which ones rose to the top! We rated our favorites and assigned points—here are the results! Korean Short Rib Taking the gold, Korean Short Rib [...] Read More

OLG’s Favorite Things: Podcasts

Some of us are podcast junkies. Some of us dabble. Regardless, we like to listen to 'em. Check out our favorites! The Best of The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz A daily, 60-minute distillation of the anti-sports talk show that airs weekdays on ESPN Radio from 10A–1P. I figure it takes at least 25 episodes to finally “get the show” (and those first 25 will frustrate you to no end), but once you’re in—it’ll be all you listen to, or think about, and you’ll spend most of your time [...] Read More

OLG’s Favorite Things: Summertime Songs

Sunshine is imminent, we just know it. Here's a playlist of songs that signal summer to OLG'ers, with commentary from the team!     Michelle Fishin’ in the Dark, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band This is one of my husband's favorite songs. It reminds me of summers back when we were dating when I was riding in his old truck, my bare feet propped on his dash and him singing the song on repeat.   Matt That Summer Feeling, Jonathan Richman I suppose “autumnal” isn’t a word that’s often associated with [...] Read More