February 6th, 2015 by Lauren Keyes
What: Valentine’s Day Dinner
Where: Rusty Scupper Restaurant
When: February 13th- 15th
Nothing says Valentine’s Day like a romantic setting, a hot date, and a delicious dinner. That’s why the Rusty Scupper is the perfect location to spend your Valentine’s Day! Overlooking Baltimore’s beautiful Inner Harbor, your date will surely be impressed by your selection. What will really make your Valentine’s heart throb though is the Rusty Scupper’s featured Valentine’s Day menu! Despite the higher end prices, which will really show your Valentine that you care, hefty portions and delicious meals, including options such as Surf and Turf, Imperial Salmon, Filet Mignon, or Canadian Lobster Tail, will make for a couple of satisfied bellies and tingling taste buds. The lovely atmosphere and the mouth-watering food is the perfect way to spend your Valentine’s Day weekend! Learn more about the menu and how to make a reservation here!
February 5th, 2015 by The Professor
Yes, you may have noticed we’ve been gone for a month. The WLOY servers decided they were going to go on holiday to Bucharest over Christmas and they just lost track of time, then they missed their train to the airport and the flights got cancelled, they were rerouted through Kuala Lumpur and finally landed in Hong Kong. After a brief layover there, they were finally rested up enough to return home to their rightful place in the core… Now they’re back and we’re getting them back to work. Thanks for bearing with us during that mess. Expect a lot of updates, including videos from interviews and lots more. Meanwhile, we also scheduled a veritable ton (seriously, if we put all these bands on a really big scale they would way at least 2,000 pounds) of great acts for our free Thursday night shows. Watch for the posters around town and lots of posts here. Don’t forget to jump on our various social media sites to keep up as well: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr and SnapChat. Bonus points if your friend us on MySpace
February 5th, 2015 by Lauren Keyes
What: One Night in Miami
Where: Center Stage
When: January 14th- February 8th
In honor of Black History Month, attending Center Stage for a wonderful performance of “One Night in Miami” to celebrate black history, learn about the Civil Rights Movement, and enjoy a fabulous theatrical story! The story is an adaptation of the true story about world heavyweight champion, Cassius Clay, and the evening he spent in a Miami hotel with activist Malcolm X, singer Sam Cooke, and football star Jim Brown. Watch the eventful night that happened inside of the hotel, while people fought for their rights just on the other side of the door. Get your tickets and learn more about the show here!
December 17th, 2014 by The Professor
We never complain when we get noticed.
The leading radio industry magazine RadioWorld contains an article on the National Student Electronic Media Convention which includes WLOY and our programs for children! Read the whole article online.
Earlier this year we also hosted the creator of Radio Survivor (a hugely popular website exploring college and independent radio) and she wrote a wonderful article about her visit and our programming efforts. Check it out!
December 11th, 2014 by Lauren Keyes
What: It’s A Wonderful Life
Where: Center Stage
When: November 18th- December 21st, 2014
It’s a Wonderful Life! And a wonderful day to see a Christmas classic! Baltimore’s Center Stage will take you back to Christmas Eve in 1947. Become a member of a live studio audience as the cast takes you through a Christmas journey! You’ll surely fall in love with George, Mary, and Clarence as they tell you the story of a miraculous Christmas! Get your wings– I mean tickets, here!
December 10th, 2014 by Justin Thomas
On Tuesday in Charlotte, North Carolina, Carolina Panthers quarterback, Cam Newton, was involved in a two-car collision close to the team’s stadium.
The police report declared that Newton was not at fault, as he was going an appropriate speed when another driver cut him off.
The accident leaves Newton with two transverse fractures in his lower back, a similar injury to that suffered by Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo earlier this season. Read the rest of this entry »
December 10th, 2014 by Lauren Keyes
What: Christmas Village in Baltimore
Where: 501 Light St. Baltimore, MD 21230
When: Daily (See hours on website)
Become a part of a new Baltimore tradition, the Christmas Village! The village brings people together for a fantastic celebration of a German style Christmas right here in Charm City! Enjoy a the market of unique vendors, exciting events, and incredible decorations including thousands of twinkling Christmas lights, two Christmas Trees, and tons of traditional German decor! The combination outdoor and indoor Holiday Market includes 60 booths, great shopping (still need a last minute Christmas gift?), and tons of Christmas spirit! Find out more here!
December 9th, 2014 by Rachel
Hey guys. Long time no talk. Coming back to you all after being abroad a little bit early to rave about the new Coldplay music video; it’s just that awesome. This new video, for ‘Ink’ off Coldplay’s most recent album Ghost Stories, takes it’s viewers on an interactive journey following a man’s dream for love and happiness. About every ten seconds or so the
viewer, player is given a choice or a path that will lead our main character toward a new horizon and will significantly change his fate and his chances at love. This incredible video, designed by Blind, offers about 300 different music videos in one with it’s many options for it’s character to fulfill. This type of video raises the bar in the world of music videos and gives the listeners so much more involvement in the music they love so much. It’s very engaging and adds an awesome new level to the experience of listening to good music. Innovations like these allow artists to bring their followers just a little bit deeper into their crazy worlds, and I am a fan.
December 9th, 2014 by Lauren Keyes
What: Miracle on 34th Street
Where: 720 West 34th Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21211
When: November 29th, 2014- January 1st, 2015
Someone once said that you can see the lights on 34th street from outer space! OK, I don’t think anyone really ever said that, but based on the mass display of beautiful twinkling lights, it wouldn’t surprise me! The Miracle on 34th street is a must see during the holiday season. Homes are covered in colorful, festive decorations and beautiful lights that will leave you full of holiday cheer! Tis the season to check out this phenomenal street, full of Christmas spirit! Learn more here!