April 15th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali
Where: Fells Point
Touring a city takes a lot of walking but with these Segway’s theres no chance to get tired! You will be able to see more than you ever could and you will have more fun doing it. For only $60 dollars you will be able to see all of Fell’s Point and all of the inner harbor. You will get a full 90 minutes of this city safari and learn so much about Baltimore!
Make your reservations today!
April 14th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
WLOY has searched Loyola high–low, under–over, in–around, and have found them! The talents for this year’s WLOY Star Search competition have been chosen! There will be dance. There will be song. And there will be drama. Check out the list of acts below:
Branna Maher & Diego Galindo
Cecilia & Tessa Sugarman
Kevin Tenorio & Ren Macalalag
Chris Furino & Patricia Bryan
Amanda Fleck & Xavier Taylor
From this list WLOY will nominate the “Brightest Star” of the search– the most worthy star who will take home awesome prizes and merch! And if you are not a competitor you can still be named the “Victor of Chance”, as we will be raffling gift cards to local Baltimore eateries including: Evergreen Cafe, Cafe Hon, Charmery Ice Cream, and Roland Park Bagels. Also, WLOY will be showcasing a new performer, CT band Disable Time. Check them out on youtube!
All these festivities will commence April 24th, in McGuire Hall @ 8:30pm. Come by, support your friends, and win some prizes!
April 14th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
MCs Juice Bruins & Lilrickism lead the WLOY Coffee House music event this past thursday, April 10th. As native Baltimore musicians, these performers put on a awesome show for Loyola students. Be sure to look out for upcoming WLOY late night events coming up soon, especially the WLOY Star search talent show on April, 24th @ 8:30pm!
April 14th, 2014 by Margaret Jokoh
The husband and wife duo, “Thus Owls” recently released their album Turning Rocks. Though Thus Owls consist of other people in the band, it is mostly centered around Erika and Simon Angell. Turning Rocks relies on heavy drum beats, synths and distortion in an effort to make you feel like you are traveling to another world. Read the rest of this entry »
April 14th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali
Where: The Carriage House
When: Saturdays 12pm-3pm and Sunday 1pm-4pm
The Cylburn Nature Museum, located in the garage of the Carriage House, displays natural history exhibits of Maryland birds, bird eggs from the late 19th century, butterflies and moths, rocks and minerals, fossils and seashells, games, and habitat dioramas. Many items are available to touch.
The Nature Museum displays one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of Birds of Maryland*, with over 250 mounted specimens, nests and eggs. There are also butterflies, fossils, seashells, skulls, rocks, and a small hands-on exploration area and library.
Visit the website here!
April 12th, 2014 by Margaret Jokoh
Matt Koelsch & The Allies
Matt Koelsch & The Allies’s sophomore album Epic Summer is just delightful. Each song on the album has an attitude of its own, clearly portraying the amazing writing skills of Matt Koelsch. For those who have never heard their music, it’s a mix of blues, folk, rock and country which is represented in this album. Read the rest of this entry »
April 11th, 2014 by Margaret Jokoh
Deleted Scene’s new album, set to release April 15 definitely captures the essence of their music-art rock. Melodic rhythms, infused with some math rock, helps set this band apart from others. This album definitely demonstrates are much this band has grown, how mature they are and how knowledge/talented they are on their instruments. Lithium Burn also gives you a very pop sound, heard on the title track ” Haircuts/Uniforms.” Read the rest of this entry »
April 11th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali
This small shop on the corner of Hampden is the perfect place to eat. It is small, but it has just enough room to fit you and your friends. Everything is cooked to order with the freshest ingredients for the freshest taste one can get.
Stop by today and enjoy this small taste of Italy!
April 10th, 2014 by Margaret Jokoh
California rocker, Night Riots self-funded this amazing EP. Young Lore is just 6 songs of absolute fun-it combines, harmonic vocals, solid drumming and simple yet amazing guitar riffs. The saying, “simple is better” really defines these indie rocker, though each song is clearly thought out, none of the songs are over produced instrumental wise. Read the rest of this entry »
April 10th, 2014 by Billy Dries
This past weekend I had the chance to see the legendary hip hop violinist Miri Ben-Ari. Words cannot describe the talent this girl has and how she has changed the face of music. You’ve probably heard her in the background of your favorite hip hop beats and don’t even know it. Check her out and prepare for your mind to be blown!