Tourism Tuesday: Lake Roland Park

March 22nd, 2016 by Allison Langley

LakeTrails What: Hiking at Lake Roland Park

Where: Lake Roland

When: When the weather is bright and shiny 🙂

When the sun is out and you’re visiting Baltimore go to Lake Roland Park for a nice a hike with your family and friends. I’m sure you have already seen the Inner Harbor (because you’re an active Tourism Tuesday reader) and now you’re a tourist that needs to spice things up with entertaining physical activity. Nothing like the great outdoors to do that!
Interested in canoeing? Well grab your canoe and go because Lake Roland offers a canoe launch! Or hit the Red, or Blue trail for some awesome bike riding!
Lake Roland also has fun events like an easter egg hunt this March 24th!
Get out in the spring fresh air at Lake Roland Park!



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Museum Monday: Tattoo Museum

March 21st, 2016 by Allison Langley

baltimore-tattoo-museum What: Baltimore Tattoo Museum

Where: 1534 Eastern Ave

When: Mon-Sat 11am to 8pm / Sun 11am to 7pm

Group activity idea: everyone gets a tattoo. Orrr how about we learn about tattoos? Now, you may ask where can we go that we can learn and get tatted? That’s simple. Baltimore Tattoo Museum.

Opened in 1999 in Fells Point, this is a fully functioning tattoo parlor with talented tattoo artists and is also a fully functioning tattoo museum! Follow the history of electronic tattoos dating back from 1800s until now. See the coolest tattoos ranging from simple black and white to the most colorful designs!

Enjoy your time at the Baltimore Tattoo Museum! Get a tattoo!



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Food Friday: Woodberry Kitchen

March 18th, 2016 by Allison Langley

FullSizeRender-4 What: Woodberry Kitchen

Where: 2010 Clipper Park Road, BMORE

When: Monday – Thursday 5 pm – 10 pm
Friday – Saturday Supper 5 pm – 11 pm
Sunday Supper 5 pm – 9 pm
Saturday & Sunday Brunch 10 am – 2 pm

Ready to have a new favorite restaurant? If you said yes (and I somehow can hear that you did), then head to the Woodberry Kitchen! I don’t know if you will fall in love with the food first or the ambiance? Or maybe the fact thats its farm to table? Or maybe all of that at the same time.
Start your meal off with the Fried Oyster Chopped Salad that comes with cheddar, chipped ham, spicy ranch, shallots and pickles. Then transition over to… some more seafood… with the Bounty of the Chesapeake, that is just packed full with delicious seafood including Maryland blue crab and rockfish. Woodberry Kitchen also offers plenty of gluten free options to accommodate all guests!

Visit here to check out the full menu and book a reservation!



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Theater Thursday: Carly Rae Jepsen

March 17th, 2016 by Allison Langley

CRAEJEP What: Carly Rae Jepsen

Where: Baltimore Soundstage

When: March 20

Call me maybe? Later? On March 20th? Wait don’t! Becausssseee Carly Rae Jepsen is going to the Baltimore Soundstage on March 20th!

Check out this Canadian pop star (woot) that you are definitely, most certainly, familiar with. She is known for “Call Me Maybe” (the song that took over the world) and ” Good time”, also check out her super fun song “I Really Like You (Bleachers remix)”.

You will certainly have so much at this concert while you jam out with Carlu Rae Jepsen! Click here for tickets and more information!



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Album Review: No Capes-Open Mind

March 17th, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh

a1072068776_10No Capes-Open Mind

Released: January 15, 2016

Rate: 9/10

Annapolis bred band, “No Capes” just released their debut album, Open Mind this past January. The 10 song album gives off vibes of rock, blues, funk, indie and even a subtle hint of jazz. If you like: Bad Suns, Two Door Cinema club, Phoenix, or even Bombay Bicycle Club, you will definitely enjoy No Capes. Read the rest of this entry »



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The Eve of Green Myst

March 16th, 2016 by Allison Langley

StPatsgraphicsTOMORROW (March 17) the Green Myst Party will be on in McGuire at 8pm! 

Free Blue Pit BBQ! Exclusive lounge tables! Two awesome DJs, DJ Paul Random (Universal Records, Bond Street Social, Barcocina, Spin Sessions Radio) and DJ Janko (Mad River, Mosaic, Echostage)! Green… Everywhere! This is going to be an awesome party that you will not want to miss out on!

Start getting in the Green Myst zone, if you haven’t already, by listening to DJ Janko and DJ Paul Random!

Make sure to wear green!!



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DJ of the Month: Idieanna Jones & The Underground Temple

March 16th, 2016 by Allison Langley

djmonth Congratulations to DJ of the Month Steve Vanyo! 

Congrats to Stephen Vanyo winning DJ of the Month for his show Indieanna jones & the Underground Temple, Friday from 5-6pm. He is an awesome supporter of the station: Vanyo attends multiple events per month, plays some great tunes, conducts awesome band interviews and is all around a good DJ. Thanks fro making us look good Steve! Email me about Snapchat, Concert Tickets and your other prizes for DJ of the Month!!

Steve will be taking over WLOY’s snapchat this Friday so make sure to keep tuned to wloyloyolaradio this Friday!



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Wacky Wednesday: Ripley’s Believe It or Not

March 16th, 2016 by Allison Langley

ripleys What: Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum

Where: 301 Light St, BMORE

When: Hours

Wanna see some really wacky stuff… I mean like really wacky… Then I would suggest heading to Ripley’s Believe It or Not… because you might not believe it. They have 350 exhibits for you to explore! Shrunken Heads exhibit anyone? Okay okay how about a T-Rex made from a pop tart?? I do not think we could get any wackier than that… or could we? I don’t know… I guess you’ll have to go check out Ripley’s Believe It or Not to explore 350 exhibits spread out on two floors! There is going to be plenty of stuff you might not believe!

Click here to check out all of the exhibits, hours, and tickets!



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Let the Madness Begin!

March 15th, 2016 by Brendan Pierce

Sports Saturday

2016 March Madness Preview

Bubble Teams: There is no perfect system in figuring out who the top 36 at large bids should go to in the NCAA tournament, but I think that the NCAA got a lot wrong in the selection process. There are three teams that are in the field that have no business being in the tournament. Tulsa, Syracuse, and Vanderbilt should be incredibly appreciative of their bid. Tulsa had a very average season that was not worthy of the NCAA tournament. Tulsa went 20-11 including 12-6 in a mediocre American Athletic Conference. Nothing on their resume really stood out. They were 6-6 on the road, 4-5 vs the RPI top 50, and 8-8 vs the RPI top 100. Syracuse is another team that I did not think deserved a bid. They had a down year for their standards going 19-13. They went 3-8 in games on the road and had an RPI of 70. The last team that got into the tournament that I did not think belongs is Vanderbilt. They also went 19-13 and went 5-11 in games on the road or on a neutral court. They were 2-7 vs RPI top 50 teams. Instead of these teams getting in, I would have given their spots to mid major teams like Monmouth and St. Bonaventure. They did everything they had to do out of conference, but they got punished because their conference is not as strong as the teams who got in. Read the rest of this entry »



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Tourism Tuesday: Sherwood Gardens

March 15th, 2016 by Allison Langley

Sherwood What: Sherwood Gardens

Where: Off of St. Paul Street

When: Whenever!

With all of this perfect weather it is hard not to think of pretty tulips and bright red roses. Luckily there is the Sherwood Gardens to take all of these magical images and make them come alive. So when in Baltimore in the spring this could not be a better place to visit.
For all of you Loyola students it very convenient to get to, and for the tourist it would be an excellent stop along all of your Charm City travels.

The space was originally a pond and a lake but then those were filled in when they began the creation of the Sherwood Gardens. It began as a hobby for John Sherwood in the 1920s but then turned into something much bigger and beautiful. The tulips were imported from the Netherlands, these have become some of the most popular tulips in North America.

So at your leisure stop by the Sherwood Gardens along with your other adventures! For more historical information on the gardens click here.



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