October 29th, 2012 by Kathleen McKeveny
The American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) is holding its 18th annual thematic exhibition this year! The art and power of storytelling is explored through different forms of media over the course of this year. From scripture to fairytale, cartoons to cyber-bullying; the scope of this exhibit is expansive in more ways than one!
Where: 800 Key Highway
Baltimore, MD 21230
When: October 6, 2012 – September 1, 2013 | 12:00am – 12:00am
For more information please visit, www.avam.org
October 27th, 2012 by Joelle Hernandez
November 3, 2012 2:00-5:00pm
Sports Legends Museum 301 West Camden St. Baltimore, MD 21201
Did you know the Baltimore Orioles (no, not the baseball team) played football in the Dixie League, a league that rivaled the National Football League? Or that the average salary for a pro player in 1950 was less than $6,000 per season? Join us for a discussion on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 2 p.m. as we look back on the rich history of football in Maryland.
Attendees will delve into the history of teams such as Navy, Army, Notre Dame, the University of Maryland, the Baltimore Colts and Ravens, and have the opportunity to explore the museum’s various football exhibits. We hope to see you there!
Free with price of admission to the museum.
October 25th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez
The Theatre Project will be putting on a production of For That Which Returns November 1st through November 11th. This production is filled with exciting visual components like aerial acts and impressive choreography. The story tells a tale of a mother and a daughter trying to work on their relationship. For more information about the show as well as ticket sales check out this site: http://www.theatreproject.org/Shows/ForThatWhichReturns/
October 25th, 2012 by Joelle Hernandez
November 8, 2012 7-8:30pm
The Walters Art Museum 600 N.Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Come to the Walters Art Museum and watch Laurence Fishburne star as Othello, in the 1995 film interpretation of Shakespeare’s play. This more modern presentation of the classic story provides the viewer with another interpretation of this tragic, but thrilling tale! Duped by the jealous and petty Iago into believing that his beloved wife Desdemona has been unfaithful, Othello takes impulsive action that will haunt him until his dying day. This movie is a great way to prep for the engaging discussion of Othello next Thursday evening with Kwame Kwei-Armah, Artistic Director of CENTERSTAGE, and Leslie King-Hammond, Graduate Dean Emeritus and Founding Director for the Center for Race and Culture at MICA.
For more information visit
October 24th, 2012 by The Professor
Streaming is up – just click that LISTEN NOW button up on the right
If you want to stream directly to your iOS device: http://wloy.streamguys.com/live/live.stream/playlist.m3u8
For Android/Blackberry users: http://war.str3am.com:8130/live
Let us know if you are still having issues please. We are working on the iTunes connection now… Thanks for all your patience!!
October 24th, 2012 by Kathleen McKeveny
When: Wednesday, October 31st from 5:00pm to 8:00pm
Where: Modawmin Mall, 2401 Liberty Heights Avenue
The Modawmin Mall is hosting the Halloween Kids Fest this Wednesday, October 31st. Kids Fest is a seasonal celebration featuring plenty of family friendly activities. Parents are welcome to bring their children ages 2-12 for an evening filled with games music and a costume contest! All kids are welcome and encouraged to come in costume! Children must be accompanied by an adult. The mall will host trick-or-treating for kids from 6pm to 8pm. Come and celebrate this Halloween with the family this Wacky Wednesday!
October 23rd, 2012 by Joelle Hernandez
Join WLOY this Thursday, Oct. 25, from 9-11 p.m. in McGuire Hall for a FREE Late Night Concert featuring Baltimore duo goatFISH and Loyola band The Palace at 4am. Enter a raffle at the event for your chance to win tickets to the 9:30 Club, the Fillmore or Rams Head Live. This is an event you DON’T want to miss!
October 23rd, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez
Everyone loves everything about Disney..the characters, the movies, the storyline. Well, don’t miss your chance to see all your favorite Disney stars. Disney On Ice is coming to Baltimore! Get ready to rock out to all your favorite Disney tunes while remembering some of the greatest moments from your favorite movies. When? October 24-28. Where? 1st Mariner Arena. Visit http://baltimore.org/events/id/4714 for ticket information and chances to win free tickets.
October 22nd, 2012 by The Professor
Sheena Easton graces an intimate stage in Hanover
-by Radio RockonTour host Timothy Tilghman
`80’s singing sensation Sheena Easton came to Hanover, Maryland, on October 18, 2012. All dolled up in a tight black pantsuit, she no longer flaunts her sexy attributes, now projecting a subtle matronly image on stage these days. However, her accent is just as saucy and alluring still fueling Easton’s ageless feminine magnetism.
Not exactly a disco-pop-rocker these days, Easton has switched stage gears appearing as a casual cabaret act. Joe Sparker is the tour’s musical director handling keyboards and backing vocals. Her support musicians are Dave Hart on guitar, Eric Tewalt on Saxophone, flute and backing vocals, Phillip Ingram on vocals, and hometown champion Earl Campbell on drums.
Easton jovially interacted with the house crowd talking openly about herself, her popular singing career, and her displeasure about aging with her 54th birthday looming soon on the horizon. She eagerly thanked everyone for coming out on a school night to party with her in concert. After she paused in performance to sip her tea, she quipped it was from Long Island.
Easton’s repertoire contained several cover songs. She even commented herself confirming that it had been quite a while since she had a hit single cresting on the top of the charts. Both Easton and Phillip Ingram shared duet vocals on a couple of love ballads together. Her engaging personae was sprightly and sparked spontaneous laughter throughout the Thursday night with her loyal fans.
Easton polled the patrons on whether she should sing her slutty songs on stage. They roared in approval for her to do so. Unfortunately, her lackluster dance-beat medley of “U Got The Look”, “Sugar Walls” and “The Glamorous Life” was rather disappointing in delivery. It was her signature Top 40 hits that were the highlights of her appearance. The vivacious “Strut”, “Morning Train”, and 007 classic “For Your Eyes Only” were truly the tiptop tunes of the entire evening.
Rams Head Center Stage is essentially a brand new venue that opened recently in Anne Arundel County. However, there were some impaired visual blind spots depending on far from center view one was seated inside. The show went on too quickly really, but a splendid time was had by all, and her audience clearly enjoyed themselves seeing their beloved icon.
Sheena Easton, Rams Head Center Stage, Hanover, Maryland October 18, 2012 setlist: (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher * Almost Over You * The Lover In Me * How Deep Is The Ocean * How Sweet It Is * U Got The Look > Sugar Walls > The Glamorous Life * We’ve Got Tonight * Strut * In The Winter * Say A Little Prayer > House Is Not A Home > One Less Bell To Answer * Telefone (Long Distance Affair) * 9 To 5 (Morning Train) * Anyway * For Your Eyes Only
October 20th, 2012 by Joelle Hernandez
Join Options as they find the Terror Behind the Walls at the Eastern State Penitentiary on October 27, 2012. The cost is $20.The mission of Options is to broaden the Loyola student experience through activities that allow students to meet new people, make lasting friendships, and build a meaningful community without drinking. All Options-sponsorsed events are open to every student of the Loyola community. To join Options and for more information visit their website.