Explore Baltimore: The Senator

January 19th, 2017 by Cara Hullings

What: Moonrise Kingdom

When: January 25th, 29th, 30th, and 31st

Where: The Senator Theatre, 5904 York Rd

As part of its Revival Series, The Senator will be showing Moonrise Kingdom at the assorted times found here. For $10 you can come see this 2012 Academy Award nominated movie directed by Wes Anderson. Set on the coast of New England in the 1960’s, Moonrise Kingdom tells the tale of an angsty teen romance through aesthetically pleasing cinematography. These two star crossed lovers run away together in an attempt to flee their lives and a search ensues around the town to find them. Between the aesthetic of this witty film and the aesthetic of  the old-timey Senator, seeing this movie will be a night full of fun, relaxation and nostalgia.



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Explore Baltimore: 2000’s Indie Dance Party

January 18th, 2017 by Cara Hullings

What: Take Me Out! 2000’s Indie Dance Party

When: Saturday, January 28th, 9pm-2am

Where: The Ottobar, 2549 N Howard St

Come help The Ottobar celebrate their 10th anniversary on North Howard Street with a fun night of indie throwbacks! DJ’s Matt Walter and Craig Boarman will be making sure to spin the sweet indie hits from old favorites like Franz Ferdinand, The Strokes, and Pheonix. These awesome old hits not enough? The Ottobar will also play those who graced their stage and some great hits from artists like The Cure and Outkast. With songs from all these great 2000’s artists, this night isn’t just cool, it’s ice cold. So throw on some straight leg jeans and a pastel band tee, grab your ticket, dance, and try not to cry to that Death Cab for Cutie song.



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Open Mic Night 1/19

January 17th, 2017 by Cara Hullings

Open Mic Night Logo New year, new you, right? Is your resolution to be more outgoing, try new activities or to show off your talents? Then come out the WLOY’s first Open Mic Night of the semester! This Thursday, the 19th, head on over to the Starbucks area between 8 and 10 to show off your singing, instrument skills, comedy, or spoken word to kick of the semester with a fun time. If you’re not interested in performing, then come on out to support your friends and hear their great music. Not to mention Starbuc’s will be staying open late, so you can enjoy the talent with a nice latte.



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Staff Picks: Jeremy’s Top 5 Albums of 2016

December 23rd, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh

Review by: Jeremy Stephenson’17

Disclaimer: These albums are albums listened to in 2016, these may not actually be albums released in 2016.

170x170bb-15. Led Zeppelin – IV (untitled) –  

This is by far my favorite Zeppelin album. Start to finish this album will take you to magical places far away. The bluesy folk rock feel will make you dance your face off but still keep your neck sore from all the head banging. Remember to soften it up with Going to California.


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Staff Picks: Will’s Top 5 Albums of 2016

December 19th, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh

Review by: Will O’Connor’20

Disclaimer: These albums are albums listened to in 2016, these may not actually be albums released in 2016.

170x170bb-55. Young Chasers – Circa Waves – 

This is the new Brtish band’s first album and it’s great. This whole album just makes you think of happy times. The suns shining, you’re on vacation with no worries and you’ve got this album playing through your headphones. This is what I picture of what it feels to be stress free. “Get Away” and “T-Shirt Weather” are summer anthems that will make you listen to them endlessly on repeat. This album is very professional and has very catchy guitar riffs to go along with the catchy melodies.


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Staff Picks: Steve’s Top 5 Albums of 2016

December 16th, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh

Review by: Stephen Vanyo’17

Disclaimer: These albums are albums listened to in 2016, these may not actually be albums released in 2016.

 * Disclaimer these rankings aren’t hard and true, please don’t get mad at me for not putting Beyonce on this, Beyonce has her time elsewhere *

170x170bb5. D.R.A.M – Big Baby DRAM – 

Fresh off the success of “Cha Cha”, D.R.A.M  dropped his soul influenced, positivity laced new LP “Big Baby D.R.A.M”. With features coming from everyone from Lil Yachty to Erykah Badu, D.R.A.M shook up the hip-hop world with his energetic style of hip-hop. Described by D.R.A.M himself as “trappy-go lucky music”, D.R.A.M clearly differentiated himself from his counterparts this year. “Broccoli” is a certified party anthem.


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Staff Picks: Claire’s Top 5 Albums of 2016

December 12th, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh

Review by: Claire Riley’ 20

Disclaimer: These albums are albums listened to in 2016, these may not actually be albums released in 2016.

170x170bb5.) I Got Dem Ol’ Kozmic Blues Again Mama! – Janis Joplin – 

I loooooove Janis Joplin and especially this album. Janis suffered a lot in her childhood from bullying and struggled later in life with love and not surprisingly, drugs and alcohol. In this album, she really pours her heart out and opens herself up to her fans about everything that she’s going through and how it effects her. She’s so genuine and straightforward in her music and that’s especially shown in this album.

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Explore Baltimore: The Dizz

December 9th, 2016 by Cara Hullings

history_bckgdWhat: The Dizz Pub

Where: 300 W 30th Street

When: Hours

Want a real taste of Baltimore? Then check out the Dizz, a great pub called “Baltimore in a bar”! Wall covered in cute, quirky decorations and lights to show off all their Baltimore pride, The Dizz is about more than just eating: it’s about the experience. Come out and site down to catch a Ravens or Orioles game which will be playing on one of the many televisions in the restaurant like the true pub style. While you’re there,grab some of that classic pub and diner food food that The Dizz does so well. Whether you’re in the mood for some fish and chips, a hamburger, wings, or a wrap this pub has it all and much more. They even serve up some great breakfast food! My personal favorite is their chicken cheesesteak, which always has the perfect ratio of cheese to meat. So take my order advice or go find your own favorite, but make sure you try The Dizz, or else you’re failing Baltimore!

 



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Explore Baltimore: About Face Exhibition

December 8th, 2016 by Cara Hullings

untitledWhat: About Face Exhibition Opening

Where: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave

When: Saturday, December 10th, 6pm-8pm

Featuring artwork by Amy Sherald, Rozeal, Tim Okamura, and Ebony Patterson, the Creative Alliance is welcoming its new About Face Exhibition. All of these talented contemporary artists have come together to create art that gives attention to underrepresented communities and historically marginalized groups through the art of portrait. Each piece of art attempts to denote stereotypes about race within each artist’s specific style. The opening is a free event open to the public, and the About Face Exhibition will be open until January 28th, so there is plenty of time to stop by. Whether it’s Amy Sherald’s black and white depiction of someone dressed in a way to contradict stereotypes or Ebony G. Patterson’s photo prints of different human forms, these pieces will grab your attention.



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Explore Baltimore: Study Break at the BMA

December 7th, 2016 by Cara Hullings

bmaWhat: A Study Break at the BMA

Where: The Baltimore Museum of Art

When: Saturday, December 10th 11am-6pm

Need a break this week right before the end of the semester work load kicks in? Then head to the Baltimore Museum of Art which is having a study break on this Sunday. Go relax on the giant bed on the Community Commons installation called Queer Interiors to get out all your stress. Or explore all of the BMA’s art collection to get your mind off of finals. Stay around all day if you want to procrastinate and listen to guided meditation recording to go with your gallery visit. And since the BMA will also have snacks and drinks in the Education Studio, you won’t even have to leave for food!



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