October 7th, 2014 by Courtney Kozieja
Where: 4545 North Charles Street
The Evergreen Museum is just located right next to Loyola! It has a beautiful garden attached with an equally beautiful building. This building was owned by Baltimore’s Garrett family who ruled the railroads back in the day. So, you can guess how beautiful this house is on the inside! You are welcome to tour this beautiful home or just enjoy the grounds. (Fun Fact: Netflix’s House of Cards was filmed there.)
Find out more from their website!
October 6th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
The sweeps were incredibly impressive on both sides, considering that the O’s beat the last 3 AL Cy Young winners in their 3 games, and the Royals were able to hold off the best offensive team in all of baseball.
Baltimore advances with home-field advantage for the ALCS as the AL East Champions, and Kansas City fights their way through Oakland and Los Angeles to advance as the AL Wild Card team.
Even though the O’s were the higher seed in their series, both the O’s and the Royals were the underdogs in their respective ALDS matchup.
Looking ahead to the ALCS between Baltimore and Kansas City, a couple of things stand out: Read the rest of this entry »
October 6th, 2014 by Courtney Kozieja
Where: 31 South Greene Street
The National Museum of Dentistry is definitely something to sink your teeth in to. (See what I did there?) You can catch a glimpse of George Washington’s teeth as well as Queen Victoria’s personal dental instruments! The museum also includes a section to help educate kids on dental hygiene! Come view dental hygiene from past to present at this interesting and fun museum.
Find out more information from their website!
October 4th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
Oshrine, a hometown sophomore from Baltimore, has lit up the course for the Hounds, leading the team with a stroke average of 68.16 for the month of September, rounding out to an average round of 4-under par.
Oshrine started his stellar September by setting a new Loyola 54-hole record, carding a score of 16-under in his first collegiate tournament.
October 3rd, 2014 by Courtney Kozieja
These two DJs are always rockin’ out on their show, It’s a Hard Rock Life. Their Wednesday show from 3:00-4:00pm is so rockin’ that they have just won DJs of the Month! They embody everything WLOY, which is being cool, fun, and having a great taste in music. These two cool cats also just went the extra nine yards and added an extra show called It’s a Harder Rock Life that features even more Hard Rock jams that airs every Saturday 12:00-1:00am. Matt and Ian even were at WLOY over the Summer to make more listeners happy year round. If you haven’t heard them yet, you have two chances… every week… LISTEN TO THEM!
Good Job, Matt and Nick!
October 3rd, 2014 by The Professor
It’s the day that we all celebrate college radio (even more than usual) with special shows, memories from alumni, shoutouts and more. Tune in all day for special shows, ticket giveaways and much more! Win a pair of tickets to I Love Lucy at the Hippodrome by listening in today!
Let us know what you think about college radio with the #CollegeRadioDay tag on Instagram and Twitter.
October 3rd, 2014 by Courtney Kozieja
Where: 1105 W. 36th Street
Hipsters unite at this new-wave Mexican restaurant in Hampden. Golden West has an assortment of sandwiches, salads, and Mexican foods that are also vegetarian and Vegan friendly! Golden West also uses local producers to create their mouthwatering pieces such as their Tilapia Tacos and Warm Apple, Brie, and Pesto Sandwich. If you are looking for something for breakfast, well, they have that, too! The inside is covered in cool-as-anything decor, so you’re entertained and full of delicious foods.
Check out more on their website!
October 2nd, 2014 by Courtney Kozieja
Where: 1711 N. Charles Street
The movie theaters are a great place to get to see new films as soon as they come out. The Charles Theatre plays everything from indie flicks to foreign films. This theater features Cinema Revival, which allows visitors to enjoy some classic films in Charles Street’s most interesting historic building. If you aren’t an oldies type, (but how could you not be) then you can enjoy some new indie flicks!
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October 1st, 2014 by The Professor
The boys are back in town. By boys we mean Baltimore’s very own Blind Man Leading. Vocals/Guitarist Dave Wentz, Bass player Tyler Wheeler, and Drummer Paul Mercer will be coming this Thursday, October 2nd for the free WLOY Coffeehouse Series. Don’t know what to expect? BML creates melodic, expressive songs that feature bright chords and upbeat, jazz-influenced rhythms. Last year they made an unforgettable Coffeehouse performance performing songs from their newly released EP Swords. Stop by, 9-11pm at the 3rd Floor Reading Room in the student College Center. Read the rest of this entry »