September 30th, 2013 by Rachel
Where: 1745 West Nursery Road, Linthicum Heights, Maryland
The National Electronics Museum is a fantastic way to travel through the history of electronics. The museum features many exhibits showcasing pieces from a broad span of time periods including, but not limited to, the history of early radar, Cold War electronics, WWII technologies and underwater electronics. The National Electronics Museum is the only way to get all the info you need on how electronics have advanced through the years.
Admission is only $ 1 for students!
For more info and a full list of exhibits, you can visit their website.
September 28th, 2013 by Justin Thomas
When: Saturday October 5th, 7:00PM
Next Saturday, the Loyola Women’s Soccer Team continues their Patriot League season by playing host to the Army Black Knights at Ridley Athletic Complex. The Greyhounds will be coming off of a three game streak on the road. The game is in the heart of the conference schedule for the Hounds. The Hounds come back to Ridley looking for their first home win of the season, so fan support will be thoroughly appreciated. The game is free for students. Tickets range from $7 on down for non-students, so come on out and support the Greyhounds!
For more information on tickets, visit the Greyhounds website.
September 27th, 2013 by Justin Thomas
There are some moments in the world of sports that make us remember why we love them so much. Whether it’s Ripken breaking the record in Camden Yards in 1995 or just a parent sharing the love of a sport with their kids, we tend to fall in love with sports over and over again. Last night in the Bronx was certainly one of those moments that made us fall in love with the world of sports again. Read the rest of this entry »
September 27th, 2013 by Jonathan Prozzi
Hello everyone! I’m excited to announce the birth of RadioEdu, a project designed to introduce audio engineering and production to Baltimore City students. This blog will follow the progress of three extraordinary fifth graders from Eutaw-Marshburn Elementary School as they learn complex concepts on industry standard studio equipment. The students have limited access to computers, and we are working together two days a week. Each week will focus on one or more concepts and will have a ‘proof of concept’ project from the students. The emphasis is on project-based learning, and the students develop their skills through hands-on development and gain more autonomy as the semester progresses.
We hope that this pilot project is the first of many and that we are able to introduce this technology and skillset to many more schools and students in the future!
September 27th, 2013 by Joe Lomuti
Written By: Jordan Hernandez
Young, sexy, talented, and smooth are all words that can be used to describe new musical artist Mack Wilds. With an album set to hit stores on Monday, September 30, Mack Wilds is ready to wow fans for the first time as a rapper/ singer. Does the last name Wilds ring a bell? Mack, whose real first name is Tristian, started his career off as an actor. Working on top shows like the CWs 90210 and HBOs The Wire, Tristian showed his great range of acting ability and gathered a large fan base. Now, he is showcasing his tough rap flow along side his buttery smooth vocals on his first album New York: A Love Story.
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September 27th, 2013 by Rachel
Where: 5713 Harford Rd, Baltimore MD 21214
Hours: Monday through Sunday 11:30 am – 9 pm
You don’t have to huff and puff to get some top notch barbeque in the Charm City. This local restaurant has a variety of bbq sauces on different meats, multiple types of ribs and even a specialty sandwich, the “Big Bad Wolf” which features pulled pork, beef brisket AND hickory smoked bacon. Three delicious meats coming together on one ultimate sandwich.
Check out All Menus for their full menu. Prices are reasonable and the barbeque is real.
September 26th, 2013 by Rachel
Where: Fell’s Point Corner Theatre,
251 S Ann St Baltimore, MD 21117
When: Show runs through October 13th, 2013 (No show October 6th)
Durang Durang will make you laugh to you cry with it’s charm and wit. By Christopher Durang, a 2013 Tony Award Winning playwright, has been raved about in The New Yorker and the NY Times. It’s unconventional humor and tales will leave you with a smile on your face and a new appreciation for twisted comedy.
Prices start at $15 and shows run Thursday through Sunday.
Check their website for show times and dates!
September 25th, 2013 by Kathryn O'Brien
It’s a classic. It’s been admired and covered by musicians all over the planet. It’s Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon and now it’s Baltimore’s turn to re-imagine this legendary, 1973 album. With over forty musicians participating, each bringing with them their own musical genre, this album is sure to be an eclectic, musical experience. Collaborators and co-creators Sandy Asirvatham and ellen cherry have been at the center of this album since its inception.For over four years, these two talented musicians/composers have achieved the tremendous feat of combining musicians and genres from all walks of life to complete one epic album. Together, they have formed an album that features jazz, bluegrass, hip hop, classical and rock music. Read the rest of this entry »
September 25th, 2013 by Joe Lomuti
Written By: Joelle Hernandez
So, who remembers Danity Kane? The smoking hot girl group from the MTV hit reality show Making the Band with Hip-Hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs. The group hit stardom at the speed of light back in 2005 and then came crashing down abruptly in 2009—with all of the highs and lows in between being broadcast to the nation each week on MTV. The group was made up of five females– Dawn Richard, Aubrey O’Day, Aundrea Fimbres, Wanita “D.Woods” Woodgett and Shannon Bex– who fought their way to fame against dozens of other girls hoping for the spotlight. Four years on the top of the iTunes and Billboard Charts proved that the spotlight can be difficult to handle. In a heated episode of MTB Season 3, the members of Danity Kane went their separate ways. After about four years apart, the ladies of Danity Kane are back together and are better than ever! Read the rest of this entry »
September 25th, 2013 by Joelle Hernandez
It seems like 2013 has been the year of Justin Timberlake. With The 20/20 Experience hitting the top of every music chart ever created, The Legends of Summer Tour with Jay-Z selling out arenas across the country, and let’s not forget that killer VMA performance,
JT is unstoppable. But, just when you thought that was enough, he has released the highly anticipated 20/20 Experience 2 of 2. This album is very reminiscent of his NSYNC days. His “pop” foundation shines through in every song; including the slower ones like Amnesia. The heavy background vocals also contributes to the boy-band sound on this album. In true JT fashion, the album has only 11 tracks with only one song less than four minutes long. The last track “Not a Bad Thing” is 11 minutes and 28 seconds long. Justin Timberlake’s voice is just as smooth and incredible on this album as on any other album he has created in the past. The newlywed seems to still be using his marriage to actress Jessica Biel as inspiration with the love songs on this album. JT is, however, getting in touch with his inner bad boy with the language on this album. There are more expletives on this album than fans are used to hearing from America’s Prince of Pop. After listening to this album, there is no doubt that JT is hotter than ever! Tune in to A Double Dose of Entertainment on Fridays from 7-9pm to hear tracks from this album!