HARBEL Craft Fair and Flea Market

September 19th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez

Saturday, September 29 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM 
HARBEL Community Organization, 5807 Harf
ord Road 

Join vendors, buyers, gawkers, and fun-seekers from the entire region at this giant community flea market. vendor spaces measuring 10′ x 10′ are available for $25, and all space-sale proceeds will benefit HARBEL programs. 

For more information, call 410-444-2100 or visit www.harbel.org.



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Blue Water Baltimore’s Trash Bash

September 19th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez

Saturday, September 22 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Nick’s Fish House, 2600 Insulator Drive

This event provides a fun and exciting opportunity to meet like-minded friends while supporting environmental restoration in Baltimore. All proceeds will benefit Blue Water Baltimore, enabling us to continue restoring clean streams and a healthy Harbor. Fundraisers like this one provide crucial supplies for stream cleanups, art materials for storm drain stenciling, trees for plantings, fuel for the Baltimore Harbor Waterkeeper boat, and much more. The event features live music from T&T Steel and Collect All 5; a silent auction featuring over 75 items; great food from Nick’s Fish House; refreshing drinks including the debut of “Inversion Event,” our signature cocktail; boat rides, waterfront views, and more! Adult tickets are just $60 if purchased online in advance, so get yours today! Regular adult tickets are $65, tickets for children aged 5-17 are just $10, and children under age 4 are free.

For tickets or more information, visit bluewaterbaltimore.org or call 410-254-1577.



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Patterson Park 2012 Fall Home Tour

September 18th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez

Saturday, September 29 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM 
Tour starts at 2838 E. Balti
more Street 

Your friends and neighbors will be opening their doors and welcoming you into their cozy, eclectic, and historic homes throughout the neighborhood. It’s a fun way to meet your fellow Patterson Park residents – and get some home decorating ideas while you’re at it. Food and drink will be provided. Admission is $10 for adults and free for kids. Buy your tickets at the door (cash) or ahead of time online (credi
t card) at http://pattersonparkneighbors.org/homeTour.



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Tourism Tuesdays: Dam Jam 2012

September 18th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez

Saturday, September 22, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Willow Grove Nature Center, Cromwell Valley Park, Towson

Dam Jam 2012 is a celebration of the region’s drinking water reservoirs. Learn how we obtain and process our drinking water and the responsibilities we all share in protecting our water supply. Events include live music, historical reenactments, native wildlife presentations and more! Bring your chairs, blankets, and picnic baskets to spend the day. Activities will take place both at Loch Raven Reservoir and at Baltimore County’s Cromwell Valley Park. Free shuttle buses will run continuously between the two sites.



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WLOY, Wendel Patrick, and The Water

September 18th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez

Three of the greatest producers of music all in one place! Come join us in McGuire Hall on Thursday, September 20th for our Late Night Concert Series featuring Wendel Patrick and The Water. Wendel Patrick (also known as Kevin Gift) will treat you to a wonderful fusion of jazz, electronica, and hip hop sounds for your listening pleasure. The Water are no strangers to Loyola. Having joined us before, they were a hit with their incredible instrumental tunes. So come out and prepare for a great evening with great music!

 

 



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Museum Mondays: Betascape

September 17th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez

Saturday, September 22 and Sunday, September 23 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Maryland Institute College of Art, 1300 W. Mount Royal Avenue

Betascape is a weekend-long exploratorium for artists and technologists who love to work at the intersection of art and technology. Get inspired with two days of lectures and hands-on learning and creating. Experts from across the East Coast will share their stories and expertise. Registration is $75 and includes full access to talks and labs, as well as 2 meals per day and a T-shirt. Student discounts are offered.

For more information, visit betascape.org



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Explore Baltimore: Waterfront Wellness

September 15th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez

Sundays through September 30 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM 
West Shore Park,
 Inner Harbor 

Get outside and get fit! Join the Waterfront Partnership for free adult wellness classes taught by area professional instructors. Challenge yourself with yoga, boot camp, Barre, and Zumba. For more information or to reg
ister, email beth@waterfrontpartnership.org.



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Sports Saturdays: Ravens vs. Eagles

September 15th, 2012 by Anthony Santiago


Sunday’s match up between the Baltimore Ravens and Philadelphia Eagles bring together two teams that have much to prove this season. Andy Reid is on the hot seat as he needs to bring more to the table than his normal playoff appearance followed by their early exit.

For Baltimore, a team that has lost a huge asset in Terrell Suggs, this team will need to prove that they can still match up to most NFL teams defensively. Their age is beginning to make an appearance in their linebacker core and secondary set. Their age has already made an appearance in their offensive line.

What does that mean though in a match up between the Ravens and the Eagles?
Read the rest of this entry »



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Food Fridays: Maritime Magic

September 14th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez

Friday, September 28 at 7:00 PM  
Douglass-Myers Maritime Park, 1417 Thames S
treet 

Join Living Classrooms Foundation for a night of magical music on Baltimore’s waterfront. Enjoy food and spirits donated by over 60 of the city’s top restaurants and caterers. And make sure to visit the online auction from September 19-October 5 to bid and support Living Classrooms. 

For tickets or information, call 410-685-0295 ext. 209 or visit www.livingclassrooms.org



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Refueling the Blues: The Yardbirds Live

September 14th, 2012 by The Professor

The Yardbirds forge ahead with another incendiary appearance

- by Radio RockonTour host Timothy Tilghman

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The Yardbirds are distinctly British and their signature brand of live Rhythm & Blues is a combination mixture of psychedelic rock, instinctive musicianship, and traditional blues jams. But do not discount the occasional all-out rocker, as these gents know how to launch their performance into high gear on stage.

Drummer Jim McCarty is now the final remaining original member of the British Invasion quintet that ignited in 1963. As the group was preparing to return home at the end of their 2011 tour, Chris Dreja suffered an unfortunate stroke and has been sidelined from stage duty since then. Thankfully, Dreja’s unique rhythm guitar style was archived for posterity on the live performance DVD recently released by The Yardbirds.

Lead guitarist Ben King, vocalist Andy Mitchell, and bassist David Smales now form a formidable quartet along with seasoned drummer Jim McCarty anchoring their sound. With both imagination and inspiration, the four of them have been able to transform the band into a stronger unit even in the face of losing Dreja as a key player in their stage act. Best wishes for a healthy recovery are sent to Chris Dreja for his improved well-being.

Several stage staples reappear in the 2012 repertoire. The classic blues covers never grow stale and King’s fierce fretwork never disappoints even rivaling the mastery of former Yardbirds guitar icons Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page. This young man has fire in his fingertips and his lead licks are hotter than friction. King keeps the sharp sound on edge with his ability to intensify the resonance of his guitar leads.

Almost exactly one year to the day, The Yardbirds jammed effortlessly in Annapolis, Maryland on September 12, 2012. There were a handful of subtle changes in the Rams Head On Stage setlist but overall, Mitchell nailed down the spotlight and belted out the blues with gusto. McCarty sang lead vocals on “Back Where I Started”, a 1984 Box of Frogs track from a previous reunion project. Smales’ choice bass playing is always a sincere treat.

The big surprise of the Wednesday show was the first encore delivered on solo acoustic guitar by King. Ben parked himself on a stool and performed the 1967 Page-penned instrumental “White Summer” with subtle support from McCarty; truly an excellent highlight. Later while signing autographs after the concert, Yardbird members confirmed that the band has been rehearsing original material to record another new studio album in the near future.

The Yardbirds, Rams Head OnStage, Annapolis, Maryland, September 12, 2012 setlist: I'm Not TalkingDrinkin' Muddy WaterHeart Full Of SoulTrain Kept A Rollin'The Nazz Are BlueFive Long YearsShapes Of ThingsBack Where I StartedOver Under Sideways DownSmokestack LightningStill I'm SadLittle GamesFor Your LoveHappenings Ten Years Time AgoDazed And Confused * Encore: White Summer * I'm A Man



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