Thursday, October 1st, 2015 by Allison Langley
Thursday, September 24th, 2015 by Allison Langley
This past Monday and Tuesday, WLOY had the pleasure of hosting 60 eighth graders, along with some teachers and parents, from Roland Park Middle School. Students spent about an hour touring the station, learning about the operations, and watching DJs in action. They learned about the equipment and functions of each recording and production studio, asked lots of questions about sound dampening panels on the walls and ceilings, and tried to fathom how we got 10,000 CDs and 7,000 LPs in that small space. The students got to meet and talk to some pretty cool DJ’s while they were on the air!
These students are currently involved in Roland Park’s theater class. They are currently writing radio plays and the best ones will be selected by their teacher to record and produce them at WLOY. They will be back in October to share their plays with everyone…so be sure to tune in!! We have been fortunate enough to collaborate with Roland Park Middle on this project for 4 years. There have been some very creative plays written during our time together and we hope to inspire these young kids to be future DJs! Remember to keep an open ear for more of these creative plays in October as details emerge. Thank you, Roland Park Middle School!
Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 by Allison Langley
Come to the 3rd floor reading room for WLOY’s free Coffeehouse Series this Thursday the 24th. Travis McKeveny will be performing FREE concert in this intimate setting.
Travis McKeveny is from Blue Point, Long Island. McKeveny grew up in a musical family, and was heavily influenced by artists such as Jackson Browne and Van Morrison. You can here Browne’s and Morrison’s folky and acoustic-driven sound through McKeveny’s music. His lyrics flow in perfect harmony with his guitar; they are well thought and suit his deep and classic folk voice perfectly. Luckily for us he is releasing his 2nd full length album.
Come listen to Travis McKeveny while sipping FREE delicious cups of Joe, and perfect coffee house snacks! We are looking forward to seeing you!!
Click here to listen to Travis McKeveny’s brilliant songs and watch some videos.
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015 by Allison Langley
What: Cruises on the Bay
Where: 1 Dock Street, Annapolis, MD
When: Click here for schedule times
There are so many other ways to view the beautiful city of baltimore, one of those being by boat! You have until October 11th to take advantage of this wonderful experience. While the weather is still beautiful and balmy hop on a boat to see several sites of baltimore. You will see the famous Domino Sugar sign, historic Fort McHenry, and the inner harbor as a whole. Learn a little history and enjoy a lovely day on the water, breathing in the sea breeze with friends and family by your side. If you’re interested in more than just a day time cruise; they off the Key Bridge Cocktail Cruise and Saturday’s City Light Cruise.
Monday, September 21st, 2015 by The Professor
This is a test as we prepare the very first episode of What Happens Next? to be podcast through iTunes… we have nearly 200 episodes, but here is our promotional entry to get us started.
WLOY’s weekly children’s program What Happens Next?, founded in June of 2009, has won national awards. Our goal is simple: entertain children while helping them grow their imagination, reading, writing and communication skills. With more than 50 children involved in the program, we’ve done just that. (more…)
Monday, September 21st, 2015 by Allison Langley
What: Radiant Red Natural Dye Workshop
Where: Rawlings Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
When: September 30th, 4-6pm
Rawlings Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is hosting their last Natural Dye Workshop on Wednesday, September 30th from 4-6pm. Their chosen theme for this natural dye workshop is Radiant Red. Learn how to create beautiful prints on fabric for FREE. Expand your horizons with this fun hands on activity! This is an all ages event so you can bring family and friends to create pretty art together. At the end of the class you can choose to leave your new artwork with the teachers to be showcased in a curated event or bring it home to hang up as a memory of your artist evening.
Friday, September 18th, 2015 by Allison Langley
What: 2nd Annual Baltimore Seafood Fest
Where: Canton WaterFront Park (3001 Boston St, Baltimore)
When: September 19. 12pm-7pm.
When I came back to Baltimore this fall, almost instantaneously, I had a wave of seafood cravings come over me. All I saw were images of crab legs, shrimp skewers and oysters dancing in my head. Luckily for me, and all seafood lovers, the 2nd Annual Baltimore Seafood Festival is on September 19th from 12pm to 7pm at the Canton Waterfront Park! Of course there is more than just seafood, even though that’s more than enough, right? Delight in drinks, live music, and a family fun area! (more…)
Wednesday, September 16th, 2015 by Allison Langley
What: Free Full Moon Yoga
Where: Canton Waterfront Park (3001 Boston St., Baltimore, MD)
When: September 27. 7pm-8:15pm
There is an awesome health fad out in the world right now, Yoga, and I think it is has officially stuck. There is regular yoga, hot yoga, yoga in a park, yoga under an arc with a shark, but how about Full Moon Yoga! Take a chance to decompress and practice yoga under a full moon in the Canton Waterfront Park on September 27. It will be a night with you, glow up bracelets (um fun), yoga mats, a full moon, and a ton of other yoga lovers. Do not be scared away if you are a beginner Pop Up Yoga Baltimore welcomes yoga-goers of all skill levels. Pop Up Yoga Baltimore hosts this event; it is entirely FREE, however donations are appreciated!
If you are interested in other events of a similar nature, Pop Up Yoga Baltimore hosts other yoga events during the day! You can follow them on Instagram @popupyogabaltimore to see some great pictures of them in action. Click here for their Facebook page and say you’re going and pass on this very cool healthy activity!
Thursday, September 10th, 2015 by Allison Langley
On a rainy day such as this all you want to do is sit down with your hands wrapped around a hot WLOY mug and listen to some tunes. Fortunately, I know the perfect place for you to do this: the 3rd Floor Reading Room in the student center. Come by for WLOY’s, Open Mic Night, the first WLOY event of the school year. Bring your guitars, banjos, or mandolins to perform a cozy set or rock on. Voices are also much appreciated and encouraged; recite your favorite slam poetry or an original song. I am sure there will be some awesome talent coming out of the wood works tonight. If you prefer to rest your vocal chords, well that is just fine too; enjoy sit down in a coffee house setting with a warm beverage. But, don’t be shy! We would love to hear what you have to share with the friends in the Loyola community!
Friday, September 4th, 2015 by Allison Langley
Where: 5104 York Road, Baltimore
When: Click here to find the dates
I am always craving fresh fruit, a nice strawberry and some raspberries — I cannot live without raspberries. So I’ll be stopping by the Govanstowne farmer market and you should too! Govanstowne has had roots since 1783–needless to say it has a wealth of history and character. The farmers market has become a great way for the community of Govanstowne to come together. Come join in on the community fun, and grab some fresh veggies and fruit while the warm weather lasts. Skip the V8 and go for the real thing!