Tourism Tuesday: Urban Pirates

September 9th, 2014 by Courtney Kozieja

logoWhat: Urban Pirates

Where: 912 S. Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

AHOY! There is a way to see the Inner Harbor like a true sea dweller and it’s with Urban Pirates. There’s opportunities to take the family out, throw a birthday bash, and, for all you 21+ people, a possibility to party like a pirate! Make sure you come ready and dressed in your best pirate attire. Welcome aboard!

More information about Urban Pirates on their website!



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He’s Got To Go!

September 8th, 2014 by Justin Thomas

rice-480x320There are no more excuses the NFL can provide, no more apologies that can be made, and no more field time that can be pictured. Action needs to be taken against Ray Rice by the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL immediately.

There was already enough controversy over the fact that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Ravens’ Running Back Ray Rice a total of 2 games for domestic violence charges filed against Rice. The mistake made by Goodell in terms of his decision was magnified by the fact that he has been cracking down on players smoking marijuana, and taking that more seriously than a domestic violence case.

Now there can be no more questions as to whether or not Rice hit his then girlfriend, now wife, Janay Palmer. Thanks to TMZ Sports, the security video from within the elevator where the crime happened has now surfaced, and it is appalling.

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Museum Monday: Maryland Historical Society

September 8th, 2014 by Courtney Kozieja

mdhs_logoWhat: Maryland Historical Society Museum and Library

Where: 201 West Monument St. Baltimore, Maryland 21201

 

 

This museum is the oldest continuously operating cultural institution in the state! There are thousands of paintings and artifacts of Maryland heros from the Revolutionary War and the War off 1812. Find out how the Maryland of the past lived with the Maryland Historical Society’s collection of antique furniture, old glassware, and home goods!

For more information, visit the website!



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Sports Saturdays: Volleyball Tourney in Reitz

September 5th, 2014 by Justin Thomas

10272558WHAT: Greyhound Challenge Volleyball Tournament

 

WHEN: Friday, September 5th – Saturday, September 6th 

WHERE: Reitz Arena

Looking for some great sports action just before NFL Sunday? Look no further than Reitz Arena.

The Loyola Greyhounds volleyball team will be hosting a volleyball tournament, known as the Greyhound Challenge, this Friday and Saturday in Reitz Arena.

 

The tournament will feature the Dartmouth Big Green, the Saint Francis Red Flash, the Quinnipiac Bobcats, and your very own Loyola Greyhounds.

The Greyhound Challenge is a round-robin tournament between the four teams. The schedule of games is as follows:

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Food Fridays: Pitango Gelato

September 5th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

SAMSUNG DIGITAL CAMERAWhat: Gelato and Espresso

Where: Fells Point

If you’re looking for a place to get fresh, organic homemade gelato this is the place! This cute cafe over in Fells Point has fresh gelato and espresso.

Learn more about them on their website!



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Theater Thursdays: Once

September 4th, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

08293_show_portrait_largeWhat: Once

Where: Hippodrome Theatre

When: September 9-14th, 2014

Based on the 2006 Oscar winner, this modern musical tells the story of a wistful Dublin romance. The love of music brings the couple together and a journey which will change their lives forever.

For more information check out the website here.



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Strong Start to Soccer Season

September 3rd, 2014 by Justin Thomas

Head Coach Steve Nichols

Head Coach Steve Nichols

 

As classes started up for the Loyola students on Tuesday, September 2, students, alumni and fans alike turned their attention to Ridley Athletic Complex for the start of a new soccer season. The Men’s team kicked off their season at home against Howard University.

The Greyhounds sported a bit of a new look on the sidelines for this game as new Head Coach, Steve Nichols, made his debut with the team.

Nichols watched his team start off the year strong with a goal in the 22nd minute from Senior Connor Thompson, bringing the Hounds to life for the 2014 season.

Of course, Mother Nature wanted to make her presence known and start off the season with a typical Baltimore welcome, namely thunderstorms with sheets of pouring rain.

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Wacky Wednesday: Bengie’s Drive-In Theatre

September 3rd, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

billboardWhat: Drive-In Theatre

Where: 3417 Eastern Boulevard 

When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Ever wanted to go to Drive-In movie? Now’s your chance! Featuring the biggest movie screen in the entire USA with perfect picture, you cannot miss out. They are celebrating their 59th year of continuous operation.

Check the website for more information on movie showings visit their website!



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Tourism Tuesdays: Patterson Park Pagoda

September 2nd, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

patterson-park-pagodaWhat: Free movie

Where: Patterson Park

When: September 5th, 2014

Come see the city from a different view! As one of the oldest parks in Baltimore it has so much history. This friday, September 5th, the park is hosting a free movie: The Sandlot. Bring a blanket and some friends and the rest is provided! Free popcorn and a fun time.

For more information on the park visit their website here.



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Museum Mondays: Jewish Museum of Maryland

September 1st, 2014 by Samantha Chemali

04_05_2013 003What: Jewish Museum of Maryland

Where: Inner Harbor

Established in 1879, this museum was created to preserve the Jewish American history and culture. The second largest port of immigration to the United States was here in Baltimore, bringing two great waves of Jewish immigrants. This museum is the only museum in America with two historic synagogues preserved for the public. They are situated right in the heart of a historic Jewish neighborhood.

Located a 10 minute walk from the Inner Harbor, this museum has a student discount price of only 4 dollars! Be sure to check out their website here.



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