Wacky Wednesday: ZUMBA

March 9th, 2016 by Allison Langley

zumbaa What: Zumba Class

Where: Brick Bodies Downtown

When: Click here for schedule!

Looking to spring into the new season the healthiest you can be? For your Wacky Wednesday dance into a Zumba class at Brick Bodies Downtown! This class is fun and an excellent weight loss workout. Zumba changes the whole concept of a grueling workout, you will leave this class feeling accomplished, and invigorated after having a fun workout. It combines fun dance moves that will work your whole body. Sooo shake up your work week and jump into a fun workout with Zumba!!



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WLOY Coffee House with Ruut!

March 9th, 2016 by Allison Langley

Do not forget to come by WLOY’s coffee house with Ruut tomorrow evening!

Tomorrow there will be free coffee (cafe and decafe of course) and treats while you listening to Ruut’s amazing vocals! Third Floor Reading Room at 8pm! See ya there!



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I The Breather Interview

March 9th, 2016 by The Professor

Matt Weitzel ’18, co-host of both It’s a Hard Rock Life and It’s a Harder Rock Life, cruised South to catch the final show by I The Breather in Fredericksburg, VA. Listen in as he fanboys all over them ūüôā



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Tourism Tuesday: Oysters

March 8th, 2016 by Allison Langley

OYSTER What: Oysterfest at Phillips Seafood

Where: Phillips Seafood

When: Now until March 31st

When in Maryland get seafood. That is the number one tourist thing, in my mind, that you can do‚Ķ and it is delicious. So now through March 31st head down to Phillips Seafood for a delicious Oysterfest , conveniently ¬†located in the heart of the inner harbor. While you’re there stop by the aquarium, go on a boat ride, or rent a dragon paddle boat! There are so many things do while enjoying a large helping of meaty oysters at Phillips! See ya in B-More soon!



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Sugar Free Allstars – Sugar Free Allstars

March 8th, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh

15298 SFAS Album CoverSugar Free Allstars –¬†Sugar Free Allstars

Released:  April 2, 2016

Rate: 6/10

Sugar Free Allstars¬†self-titled album comes out April 2nd. The children’s artist takes a more new wave approach to children’s music. While some children’s music can be acoustic and pretty low-key, Sugar Free Allstars has elements of disco, jazz, blues, and funk that collectively make up their songs. This makes them very upbeat, akin to the personality and activity of young children. Their music is also something that adults can get into to, so if you have you’re on a long car ride and pop this album in, you can groove along as well. Sugar Free Allstars, is definitely unique in the world of Children’s music in that again it does appeal to many different age groups, their sound is to get you up to move and groove. The production is very good on the album and lyrically, it is very children friendly and easy to understand. Looking for a break from traditional children’s music? I would definitely get this album!



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Frances England – Explorer of the world

March 8th, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh

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Release Date: April 1, 2016

Rate: 8/10

Frances England, a children’s artist releases her new album¬†Explorer of the World¬†is absolutely fun and whimsical. England’s voice is absolutely perfect for children’s music, the primarily acoustic album is not only good for children but is also something adults can get into as well. Her voice is light airy and absolutely infectious, her songs are simply cute and you can’t help but to smile. The production on the album is fairly good, but the songs and the vibe of the songs makes up tremendously for the decent production. If you have kids, or just want music to chill too, I would definitely check this album out!



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Museum Monday: Matisse Prints and Drawings

March 7th, 2016 by Allison Langley

matisse What: Matisse Prints and Drawings

Where: Baltimore Museum of Art

When: Now through July 3 2016

Stop on by the Baltimore Museum of Art for an awesome cultural experience! Now through July 3 BMA will be hosting the Matisse Prints and Drawings! BMA was able to acquire a wonderful collection of Matisse prints through the Cone sisters. They have the famous The Yellow Dress in this collection, gifted from New York City. This is a collection you really do not want to miss out on!



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Late Night Coffee House with Ruut!

March 7th, 2016 by Allison Langley

ruut Ruut will be coming to play this Thursday at WLOY’s coffeehouse!
Come by to hear Ruut belt out some amazing melodies. Ruut is a talented pianist and artist from Finland, by age 7 she had already perfected the piano and writing songs. She just came out with a great new album, Untold Stories, her first original album!
Make sure to stop by our cozy coffee house located in the 3rd floor reading room, right above the book store, this Thursday at 8pm to hear some great tunes.
Check out her new album preview below!



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Ruut Gets Ready to Tell “UnTold Stories”

March 7th, 2016 by Kathryn O'Brien

Local Baltimore artist, Ruut, has awed the world with her raw storytelling through music. Ruut’s voice is baroque, rife with emotion and honesty. Her original work is deeply human combining transcendent vocals with truthful narratives. Her phenomenal style and emotional intelligence transforms well known songs. Ruut has covered many songs from across all genres, from Taylor Swift’s Style to Soundgarden’s Black Hole Sun.¬†Ruut’s cover of Pearl Jam’s “Jeremy” interprets this incredibly profound song and captures its devastating subject matter with poignancy and delicacy.

Her music has been influenced by her numerous travels from her native Finland, to Budapest, Nashville, NY, LA and now Baltimore, each new location informing her overall sound. Her cover of Sia’s Chandeliers pust her native tongue on display. Ruut translated Chandeliers into Finnish and performed her own arrangement of Sia’s iconic ballad.

Ruut will be performing here at Loyola on March. 10th. The following day, on March. 11th, Ruut will release her new album, Untold Stories. Untold Stories is currently available for pre-order on her website.

http://www.ruutmusic.com/untoldstories.html



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Mark Hopkins is Back with “Ball & Chain” and “The Man You Could’ve Loved”

March 2nd, 2016 by Allison Langley

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Mark Hopkins is Back with “Ball & Chain” and “The Man You Could’ve Loved”

Local singer songwriter, Mark Hopkins, has wowed us with previous albums like Room Service and Evidence. His unique style is old school fun and will always put you in a good mood, which is why the release of his two new singles, “Ball & Chain” and “The Man You Could’ve Loved” is such fantastic news!

“Ball & Chain” is classic Mark Hopkins. It’s old time blues feel combined with humorous lyrics about the pleasures of domesticity make this single a must listen. “The Man You Could’ve Loved” is a bit of a departure from Mark Hopkins’ signature style. This single is classic Americana with a tune perfect for lounging around a bonfire. The release of these two different singles demonstrates Mark Hopkins’ refreshing and startling ability to adapt to different music genres. He excels at blending various aspects of American culture into a sound that is uniquely Mark Hopkins.

Check out all his new singles here! 



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