April 17th, 2015 by Lauren Keyes
What: The Gathering
Where: Baltimore Museum of Industry
When: April 17th-September 27th
Charm City has a lot to brag about, especially its array of Food Trucks! You’ll find them scattered about the city from day to day, around this time of year, they come together for The Gathering! With 20 different Food Trucks, The Gathering is your opportunity to see why Baltimore takes so much pride in their Food Trucks. From BBQ to Mediterranean cuisine to, tacos to cupcakes, the eclectic mix of tastes at The Gathering is all you can ask for and more. All you need to bring to the gathering is a ticket and an empty stomach. Find dates, locations, and tickets here!
April 13th, 2015 by Justin Thomas
This was the tweet that 21-year-old Jordan Spieth sent out just hours after winning the 79th Masters. Actually, “winning” just doesn’t encapsulate exactly what Spieth did this weekend at Augusta National.
Spieth led wire-to-wire, set a new 36-hole scoring record for the most storied golf course in the United States, hit the most birdies in tournament history, and tied an all-time Masters scoring record. So, yeah, “winning” doesn’t quite cut it.
What he did win or earn was America’s attention.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the 21-year-old Spieth is finding success this early in his career. He’s got a near-flawless technique, he’s incredibly intelligent, he’s strong between the ears, and he has a respect for the game that extends far beyond his years.
Of course, comparisons are already being made to Tiger Woods, especially since Spieth is the youngest player to win the Masters since…well, Tiger in 1997. Read the rest of this entry »
April 13th, 2015 by Rachel
Do YOU have a talent you want to share with Loyola? Then come out to our Open Mic Night THIS THURDAY, April 16th in the Reading Room from 8-10PM. Share your talent with your peers, or just come and support your peers while drinking coffee and enjoying a laid back Thursday evening. We only have TWO events left this semester, I know, it’s NUTS! But they’re gonna be good ones, so you don’t wanna miss out. We will see YOU on Thursday at Open Mic Night.
April 13th, 2015 by Lauren Puleo
Release Date: 4/20/15
On April 20th, Nashville rockers Turbo Fruits are set to release their fourth studio album, “No Control”. This album is a bit more toned down from some of their previous releases, but it’s far from mellow.
April 11th, 2015 by Justin Thomas
In a happy and well deserved twist, Loyola will be dedicating the new tennis center to the man who has been at the helm of the tennis program since 1979, and has earned over 700 wins during his tenure, Rick McClure.
The McClure Tennis Center is a stunning eight-court, lighted facility on the grounds of Ridley Athletic Complex. This new complex is only possible thanks to a generous, anonymous $3.2-million donation.
An opening reception will take place at 11:30am, and the dedication ceremony itself will start at 12:30pm. After the festivities end, the Hounds will play their first matches ever in the new complex when they play host to Bucknell.
All who attend are welcome to join McClure and the players in a post-match reception in the Class of 1968 Suite at Ridley.
April 9th, 2015 by Justin Thomas
The birds are back in town this Friday as the Baltimore Orioles head back to Camden Yards for their 2015 home opener against the Toronto Blue Jays.
For the first time in 17 years, the O’s head into a season as the defending AL East Champs. They finished last year’s regular season with a 96-66 record and made it all the way to the ALCS before being swept by the Kansas City Royals.
O’s fans will shake off the pain of how last season ended, and proudly welcome the birds back to Baltimore on Friday when Bud Norris will take the mound against Mark Buehrle. Read the rest of this entry »
April 9th, 2015 by Rachel
TONIGHT. McGuire Hall. 8-10PM. It’s an event you DON’T want to miss.
Student bands Breakforth, GWB.com, Starfight and John Vincent (feat. Grace Charlton) will be performing for you vote, along with the votes of 5 renowned judges from the Baltimore area, do decide who will open for Loyolapalooza 2015! The bands are killer this year and the competition is fierce. In addition to all the amazing live music, WLOY will be giving away mercy, having trivia between bands and running a hashtag compeition with concert tickets being the grans prize! But… you gotta BE THERE to win! So we will see you, TONIGHT, in McGuire Hall at 8PM to watch these four incredible bands duke it out for the position of top dog and the first slot on the Loyolapalooza bill!
April 3rd, 2015 by Justin Thomas
The stage is set. It’s next stop: Indianapolis for Kentucky, Wisconsin, Duke, and Michigan State.
While these may be the Final Four teams, the true Final Four consists of four men who have proven themselves to be experts of their coaching craft for years. These greats are John Calipari, Bo Ryan, Mike Krzyzewski, and Tom Izzo.
Four men that have ascended to the top of college basketball, all using completely different styles, and all taking very different paths to get to this year’s Final Four.
Like Iron Man in The Avengers, let’s do a headcount, shall we? Read the rest of this entry »
March 31st, 2015 by Lauren Keyes
What: Flaps N’ Taps
Where: Power Plant Live!
When: Saturday, April 11th// 3:00 pm- 6:00 pm
What’s black and white and available on draft? A pub-crawl with the penguins! That’s right, The Maryland Zoo and Power Plant Live! are joining together to create a bar crawl that will be a wild time and support the zoo! For every ticket sold, $10 will go towards animal care, education and conservation. Enjoy some of Power Plant Live!’s favorite bars while waddling around with the penguins! You won’t leave this event without feeling like a party animal! Get your tickets here!
March 30th, 2015 by Lauren Keyes
What: Treekeepers 101: Trees & Baltimore
Where: 2701 E. Oliver St. Baltimore, MD 21213
When: April 18th// 9:00 am- 12:00pm
On April 18th, join the Berea Eastside Neighborhood Association at Treekeepers 101: Trees & Baltimore! The session welcomes all who would like to learn more about nonprofit organizations and agencies who strive to save Baltimore’s urban environment by working with citizens to make our city green. Trees & Baltimore will teach you all about the environmental issues that we face while our urban forest declines. All the classes and workshops provided by the Baltimore Tree Trust are free and welcome to all, and each offers an opportunity to give back to Charm City! Whether you’re planting trees or spreading awareness about the importance of living green, every extra hand helps! Find out more here!