Wacky Wednesday: McFadden Art Glass

December 1st, 2010 by Allison Ebner

It’s not everyday you get to make your own glass object. But here in Baltimore, it could be every Saturday. Every Saturday between 3 and 6 PM, McFadden Art Glass, a custom glassblowing studio, offers beginner glassblowing workshops where you get to have hands-on involvement in making your own glass creation.

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Tourism Tuesday: The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

November 30th, 2010 by Allison Ebner

If you’re ready to get into the holiday spirit, you won’t want to miss the festive programming from Baltimore Symphony Orchestra this December. The Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall has been home to the BSO since it opened in 1982 and once again the Holiday Spectacular will be returning. And this year, it’s Vegas, baby.

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Special Guests on Mobtown Couch 12/2!

November 29th, 2010 by Amanda Nolan


Every week Mobtown Couch highlights singer/songwriters specifically from the Baltimore area. This Thursday December 2 Karyn Oliver, the host of Mobtown Couch, will feature some special guests – Fred Gillen Jr. with Catherine Miles of The Ya Yas! An up-and-coming artist, Fred Gillen Jr. is part folk artist, part indie rocker and part poet. This show will highlight his new music with a few live performances so it is one that you do not want to miss!

Can’t get enough of Karyn Oliver? She will be featured at the Singer/Songwriters Coffeehouse on December 2 with Rob Lytle as well, so be sure to stop by that event! WLOY keeps you updated on local artists; you inevitably become a happier person.



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Game Summary: Loyola Men’s Basketball vs. Vermont

November 29th, 2010 by Anthony Santiago

Loyola drops their first game after their two game winning streak to Vermont, 51-48.

Loyola did not play it’s finest basketball. No player scored in the double digits. For Vermont, only one player, Evan Fjeld, scored 15 points.
However, both teams did well defensively, with Loyola grabbing a total of 33 rebounds, Etherly leading the team with 13 rebounds. Vermont was able to put together 42 rebounds with Matt Glass leading with 10.

As the team moves on to play Morgan State, Loyola’s Defense will get tested again against Morgan State’s fast paced offense tonight at Morgan. Game play starts at 7 PM.

Follow the Greyhounds at www.loyolagreyhounds.com or tune into tonight’s game on ESPN 1300. Also, check out the 7 Minute Sports every week and listen to the Sports Block with Anthony and Co. at 1 every Friday, only here at WLOY LOYOLA RADIO.



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7 Minute Sports: Jim Paquette Part 3

November 29th, 2010 by Anthony Santiago

In this week’s edition of the 7 Minute Sports Slam, I bring to you the last segment in the Jim Paquette Interview series.

In this segment, Jim and I talked about the expectations of the Basketball Team, a team that this year shows promise in making it far in the MAAC Championship, and the overall expectations of each respective sport.

In the interview, I try to determine why certain support for specific sports fall the way that they do. Jim does a great job of opening up the Athletic Program to students and allowing for students to get a better understand of things under the hood of our program.
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Museum Monday: The Baltimore Museum of Industry

November 29th, 2010 by Allison Ebner

Do you know what city had the first traffic light? The oldest gas company in America? How about the world’s largest copper refinery? I bet you do. Baltimore! And at the Baltimore Museum of Industry you’ll get the opportunity to see just how proud Baltimore is of its reputation as a “working man’s town.”

Right now, you can “Relive the Industrial Revolution,” putting yourself in the time period and interacting with the industries that propelled Baltimore forward. From printing to garment-making, metalworking to umbrella-manufacturing, you’re sure to be surprised at some of the things Baltimore began. Not to mention many of the transportation artifacts that have been preserved and made their way into history.

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Miss WLOY?

November 27th, 2010 by Amanda Nolan


Yeah, yeah, yeah – I would miss us, too. But never fear! WLOY will be returning to its normal hours of operation on Monday. In the mean time, why don’t you stop crying and check out our photo archives! We snagged some great pics of The Flying Eyes and The Palace at 4AM, and we have photos from our past events as well! See? It’s like we never left.



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Season Preview: Loyola Mens Basketball

November 26th, 2010 by Anthony Santiago

It’s that time of the year again. Soccer comes to an end and the next great sport here at Loyola takes the helm of the Athletic Program’s ship. Of course, I am talking about Loyola Basketball. Every year, fans get excited for the home games as the Marching Flock get prepared to warm fans’ hearts and inspire true Athletic Spirit. Every year, fans stand behind the Men’s team just to see hopes of a MAAC championship slip out of our grasp. Then it’s April and it’s time to gear up for Lacrosse, the sport that matters.
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Theater Thursday: Spotlighters Theatre

November 25th, 2010 by Allison Ebner

Have you been doing too much reading? Have you been cooped up inside for too long? Lucky for you, the Spotlighters Theatre has the perfect remedy for both! From November 26th through December 19th, the theater will be performing “Stage Blood,” a play within a play (within a play).

In the play, an acting troop perform Hamlet as things backstage begin to mirror the actions of the play. If you aren’t up for the real version of Hamlet, or just want a short but hilarious version of the original, this mix of murder, infidelity, and betrayal is sure to be a great fix.

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Wacky Wednesday: Bingo World

November 24th, 2010 by Allison Ebner

As their website touts, Baltimore is home to Bingo World, the biggest bingo jackpots of the Mid-Atlantic. Every night, $20,000 is given out amongst the winners. Now, that’s a pretty good game of Bingo.

So, why not take a break from all the stress and go play a friendly game of Bingo? Open every day at 10 AM, with at least three official bingo sessions per day, you have the potential to spend just a little and win a lot! That’s not even mentioning the 15-minute intermission filled with a medley of other chances to win.

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