Eliza and Johnny Doering Interview

February 18th, 2014 by Rachel

Eliza and Johnny 2Eliza and Johnny stopped by WLOY on Thursday, January 30th, for an interview on Kat and Rae in the Morning and a coffeehouse that evening. Kat and I were graced with an in studio performance, which included their songs Blue and Down By The Sea. The siblings are members of local band, Eliza Doering and the Penny Black. Kat and I got some insight to their start as a band and what they’re working on now. Their fun in studio performance, along with their full interview can be found below.

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Tourism Tuesdays: Fort McHenry

February 18th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

20060809101028What: Fort McHenry

Where: For McHenry

This star-shaped brick fort is famous for its role in the War of 1812. The national monument, which staved off a British invasion, later inspired Francis Scott Key to pen a poem, “Defence of Fort McHenry” — the words of which later served as the lyrics to his “Star-Spangled Banner.”

To see this historical landmark visit the website for more information.

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WLOY Late Night Concert: Wendel Patrick

February 17th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti

1484729_10152192884327265_583046015_n-300x300I believe it is safe to say Wendel Patrick is a man of science. Now, this does not imply his musicianship is anything less than artful, or the music less soulful, or the sound at all mechanical. Rather, it is that Wendel’s moment of  catharsis lives within an arrangement of mathematical precision. Like a mad-scientist in his laboratory, he is an alchemist of sound, meticulously blending consonance and dissonance as if they were volatile fluids finding solace in embrace. This Thursday night Wendel Patrick will be headlining WLOYs Late Night Concert Event, rockin’ the house with tracks from his recent four album release. If you hadn’t yet put the clues together, Wendel Patrick is Loyola own former professor of music, Kevin Gift! Haven’t heard any of his music? Well, get experienced. Show starts 9pm, be sure to bring your hazmat suit.

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Museum Mondays: Historic Ships in Baltimore

February 17th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

3040928-coast-guard-baltimore-shipWhat: Historic Ships

Where: Inner Harbor

Love the Inner Harbor? See it like you have never seen it before from the view of these ships! These guided tours allow you to board historic ships such as the last surviving warship from pearl harbor and many others! With a total of four ships you get to pick which ones to board and meet with the sailors on board!

Visit the website here for ticketing information!

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RadioEdu Second Semester: Week 4

February 14th, 2014 by Jonathan Prozzi

Another week of canceled sessions due to snow! I’m going to use this opportunity to post some new media.



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Food Fridays: The Food Market

February 14th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

thefoodmarketWhat: The Food Market

Where: Hampden

The WLOY staff went out to brunch on Sunday, and if you ask anyone on staff  I think we can all agree how great this meal was. Whether for brunch or for dinner, you cannot go wrong with anything on the menu. From the atmosphere of the restaurant to the food, it is perfection. Some of our favorites were the French Toast Dippers, the Amish Pretzels and the Croque Madame. Brunch may just be the most important meal of the day!

 Check out the menu and make a reservation now!

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What Is The WLOY Staff Listening To?

February 13th, 2014 by Billy Dries

Childish-gambino-because-the-internetBrandon Newby – Childish GambinoBecause The Internet 

Released December 10, Donald Glover changed the whole entire game with his sophomore release. Shying away from the traditional sense of album development, he relied solely on the internet to create a buzz and the eventual explosion of excitement for his album. “Because The Internet” has aspects of traditional hip-hop, but he branches out by including his skills as a writer to give each song it’s own personality. So, as a fan of the arts in general, I feel that Glover changed the way albums should be created and everyone, I mean EVERYONE should go out and listen to this fine piece of aural cinema.
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Theater Thursdays: The Book of Mormon

February 13th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

1.152034What: The Book of Mormon

Where: The Hippodrome

When: February 25th to March 9th

Been dying to see the Book of Mormon? It’s now in Baltimore!  This new musical from the creators of South Park and Avenue Q is called “The best musical of this Century” by the New York Times. A must see!

Buy your tickets now before they sell out! Visit the website here.

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Wacky Wednesday: Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race

February 12th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

Howa0049EekWaterWhat: Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race 

Where: American Visionary Art Museum 

When: Saturday May 3rd, 2014

Kinetic Sculptures are amphibious, human powered works of art custom built for the race. Each May, the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) hosts the East Coast Kinetic Sculpture Race Championship on the shore of Baltimore’s Harbor in central Maryland.  The eight-hour race covers 14 miles—mostly on pavement, but also including a trip into the Chesapeake Bay and through mud and sand.

You can go to a Kinetic Sculpture Race on the day(s) they run, or the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. AVAM displays Fifi and their other sculptures year round, plus the winner of the Art award.

For more information to enter the contest visit the website here!

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Tourism Tuesdays: America’s First Cathedral

February 11th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

basilica-extWhat: America’s First Cathedral 

Where: The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Welcome to America’s First Cathedral, the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, in Baltimore, Maryland. In addition to our rank as a Minor Basilica, the church is also a National Shrine, Marian Shrine, National Historic Landmark, and Co-Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, and we welcome all to visit and worship in what Pope John Paul II referred to as “the worldwide symbol of religious freedom.”

For more information visit their website here!

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