DJ of Month: Punk Enough to Dance

April 12th, 2016 by Allison Langley

punkenough Congrats to Punk Enough to Dance for DJ of the Month! 

Jena and Charlotte are always on point with terrific playlists and killer dedication to the WLOY station (tanks guys)! Congrats girls! Punk Enough to Dance features the best pop-punk out there and the show also consists of talking points that are very spot on! A joy to listen to!

Check these girls out on snap chat as they take over the WLOY snap chat! Good job guys for making the station proud!

Listen in on Tuesdays 6-8pm!



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Album Review: Miss Massive Snowflake – The Final Photograph

April 12th, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh

12654654_1071075306247350_1039348580832616692_nMiss Massive Snowflake – The Final Photograph

Released: April 7, 2016

Rate: 6/10

North Pole Record’s artist, “Miss Massive Snowflake”, released the album The Final Photograph not too long ago. The band, a trio, comprised of: Shane de Leon, Jeanne Kennedy Crosby and Andy Brown brings a mixture of psychedelic rock, some pop and jazz to make up the album. Read the rest of this entry »



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Tourism Tuesday: Baltimore 10-Miler

April 12th, 2016 by Allison Langley

baltimore10miler What: Baltimore 10-Miler Race

When: June 4

Where: Druid Lake to Lake Montebello

No need to panic! You still have 56 days until the big day! The big day being the Baltimore 10-Miler…duh…

This is an excellent course, you may just want to go run it for fun after this… There are some lovely scenic routes as you loop around Druid Lake and Lake Montebello. After you beat that 10 mile mark you will be greeted with juicy, thirst quenching watermelons and cold towel, and special beverages for people of age. The super cool thing about the Baltimore 10-Miler race is that there are several way that you can give to some excellent charities through running. Places such as Athletes Serving Athletes, Back On My Feet, Team Diabetes, and Signal 13.

Volunteers are needed to make this all possible so if watching people run is more your speed then sign up!

So buy yourself some sweet Mizunos, put that running belt in place and jump into training to have an excellent race day! Go here to figure out where you need to do to get behind the start line!



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Late Night: Angela Sheik

April 11th, 2016 by Allison Langley

angela WLOY Late Night with Angela Sheik!

Everyone needs to stop in the 3rd Floor Reading Room on April 14th (Thursday) for some FREE coffee and FREE music! Yes! We have Angela Sheik coming to Loyola for a FREE, amazing concert!
This Delaware native’s rhythmic vibes will have you swaying! Sheik has the amazing ability to turn anything into a instrument, along with her incredible singing, everyone is in for a great evening. She has toured both the United States and Europe, and opening for bands such as The Neon Trees! (You may have heard of them)
Give Angela Sheik a listen before WLOY’s Late Night this Thursday at 8pm in the Third Floor Reading Room!

Check out Angela Sheiks youtube here and website here!



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Museum Monday: Thursday Nights at the Walters

April 11th, 2016 by Allison Langley

thursnightwalt What: Thursday Nights at the Walters

Where: Walters Art Museum

When: Thursday Nights 5-9pm

Thursday night just got a lot better and that is because of the Walters Art Museum. The Walters Art Museum is offering you a chance to wander the museum, FREE admission into those special exhibitions you really wanted to see, complete access to the gift store and California wines to add to the experience– all on Thursday evenings. Amazing, what a lovely way to spend your Thursdays with your family and friends, right?
So enjoy some sophistication on your Thursday evening and come to the Walters Art Museum to get your cultural fix.
Click here for any other information and for the exhibitions currently displayed in Walters Art Museum!



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Album Review: Daniel Champagne – The heartland Hurricanes

April 8th, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh

cover170x170-8Daniel Champagne-The Heartland Hurricanes (a live studio recording)

Released: March 4, 2016

Rate: 10/10

Daniel Champagne, an accomplished singer, songwriter and guitarist, released his sixth album The Heartland Hurricanes and it is absolutely amazing. Originally from Australia, Champagne is a master of the acoustic guitar. Giving off vibes of a young John Mayer, old Mumford and Sons and especially, Australian mate, “John Butler”. Read the rest of this entry »



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Baltimore Orioles Season Preview

April 8th, 2016 by Brendan Pierce

Sports Saturday

The Baltimore Orioles are off to a terrific start to begin the 2016 season. They squared off against the Minnesota Twins in the first series of the year this week and they certainly took care of business. The O’s defeated them in all three games, holding them to two runs in each game. This was just the start that manager Buck Showalter wanted from his club as they look to get back on top as AL East champions.

The Baltimore Orioles had a relatively quiet offseason as they were unable to sign a big ace for their rotation. However, they did resign a bunch of their own guys who played pivotal roles for the team last season. Most notably, they resigned first basemen Chris Davis to a 7 year $161 million deal this offseason tying the slugger with Baltimore through the 2022 season. Another important bat making his return to Bird Land is catcher Matt Wieters, who accepted the 1 year $15.8 million qualifying offer. Wieters is a three time all-star, but he is coming off two injury riddled seasons. He is in a contract year so look for the former first round pick to bounce back in a big way this season. The last major contributor the O’s brought back was reliever Darren O’Day. O’Day was viewed as one of the top relievers in this years free agency class, but he opted to come back to Baltimore because he likes pitching under coach Buck Showalter and is familiar with the Orioles system.   Read the rest of this entry »



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Food Friday: Trifecta Food Truck Festival

April 8th, 2016 by Allison Langley

trifood What: Food Trucks!

Where: Timonium, MD (Maryland State Fair Grounds)

When: July 30th

Food Trucks and festivals, my two favorite things. These two will be coming together at the Maryland State Fair Grounds on July 30th for the Trifecta Food Truck Festival!There will be awesome food, awesome music and awesome drinks for everyone. Bands such as The Brothers Band, an Allman Brother’s cover band and Jah Works will be performing!
There is going to be some delicious food featured at this event, enjoy some hardy foods or, like me, head toward the sweeter things in life. The Smoking Swine food truck will be there! It was recently featured on the popular “Diner, Drive-Ins, and Dives”!

Make sure that you add this to your summer do list in these upcoming months! Who doesn’t love great food and great music all in the same place?!

Click here for tickets and more info! Children under 12 have free admission!

 



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Theater Thursday: Something Rotten!

April 7th, 2016 by Allison Langley

Somethingrotten What: Something Rotten!

Where: Hippodrome Theater

When: April 18-23

Come on by to the Hippodrome Theater April 18 through the 23rd to see the excellent musical, Something Rotten! ! A 2015 Tony Award winner you will not be disappointed with.

It takes us back to the 16th Century as two playwrights try to take on the great Shakespeare! There of course some ups and downs along the way but thats what makes this musical all the better!

Music is by the very talented Wayne and Karey Kirkpatrick and choreography by Casey Nicolaw! Safe to say you are in store for an amazing performance and evening.

Check out tickets here and other information!



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Wacky Wednesday: Ghosts

April 6th, 2016 by Allison Langley

Bmoreghosts What: Baltimore Ghost Tours

Where: Fells Point

When: Tour Schedule

I was leaning towards something a little scarier this Wednesday and I figured since it is April scary is wacky… Therefore your Wacky Wednesday is Baltimore Ghost Tours hosted throughout historic Fells Point… If it is historic there must be ghosts.

Whether or not you believe in ghosts there is no way this tour will not spook you out–just thinking about it gives me a chill. Enjoy a Fells point historical pub ghost walk, or head over to Mount Washington neighborhood to check out all of the spirits that keep a residence there. Baltimore ghost tours has been around for 15 years so they are well versed in all of the spirits that loved Bmore too much to leave. Not freaked out yet? Then I suggest you go on a ghost tour!

Click here to see the full schedule and all of the ghosts… I mean stops… you will be seeing.



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