Sports Saturday: Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic

February 26th, 2011 by mjwilliams2

We all know that this city loves its lacrosse, and lucky for us the season is almost underway. Come down to M&T Bank Stadium on March 12th for the 5th annual edition of the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic for a lacrosse triple-header in order to kick off the season. Lacrosse powerhouses Syracuse, Virginia, and Johns Hopkins will all be returning to the field, yet with new opponents to ensure an exciting event. Read the rest of this entry »



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Wiz Khalifa Pre-Sale Password!

February 25th, 2011 by The Professor

Yep, we’ve got another hookup for you! Wiz Khalifa is coming to Pier Six Pavilion on April 28th. And we have your password to get access to the pre-sale! Get them fast because it’s sure to sell out. Don’t thank us, just send flowers.

PRE-SALE PASSWORD: blackandyellow



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Men’s Lacrosse take on a close enemy: Towson

February 25th, 2011 by Anthony Santiago

The nationally ranked Men’s Lacrosse Greyhounds will be taking on the Towson Tigers this Saturday at noon. The Hounds are 1-0, earning their first victory against Navy in a 9-8 win at the beautiful Ridley Athletic Complex. As the Hounds travel north on Charles Street to play the Tigers, they will have huge expectations riding on their backs. After finishing in the 1st round of the NCAA Championship losing to Cornell, they have the expectations of the Coach Charley Toomey, who in his sixth season is 28-7, and the fans at Loyola University who care so much for the Division I Lacrosse Team. Read the rest of this entry »



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Food Friday: Harbor Magic’s Culinary Events

February 25th, 2011 by mjwilliams2

For those of you with champagne taste and a healthy appetite, the time has come to see exactly what it is Baltimore has to offer. On Saturday, March 5th, the Harbor Magic’s Culinary Events 2011 series kicks off with the “Best of Baltimore” Food and Wine Dinner. Combining the efforts of chefs from McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant, Little Italy’s Aldo’s Ristorante Italiano, and MELI American Bistro, Harbor Magic Executive Chef Bryan Sullivan has cooked up an amazing menu exclusively for this event. Tickets are $75 a person, yet they promise a welcome reception, a multi-course dinner, wine pairings, and a beautiful view of Baltimore’s own Inner Harbor. Read the rest of this entry »



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Top 40 of 2.25.11

February 24th, 2011 by Eric Loose

Spring break approaches, and the music is reflecting it! Catchy, warm, and poppy music dominates the charts again… with the unusually charming Conor Oberst coming out on top. So enjoy the weather getting warmer, and enjoy this week’s Top 40. We don’t have many newcomers, leaving the spaces wide open for next week’s new music. Read the rest of this entry »



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Middle Brother

February 24th, 2011 by Taylor DeBoer

The likes of Dawes, Deer Tick, and Delta Spirit have joined to form—for lack of a better term—a folk supergroup. Unlike 2009’s Monsters of Folk, this less ambitious effort sounds like a more rootsy Deer Tick album, rather than a combination of the three artists perspective bands. That being said, the album is very enjoyable because of McCauley’s gravely voice, Goldsmith’s soft croon, and the group’s playful lyrics. Read the rest of this entry »



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Theater Thursday: Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theater

February 24th, 2011 by mjwilliams2

Tina Howe’s “Approaching Zanzibar” is sure to shed some light upon our nightmarish childhood memories of countless hours spent in a car with our parents. The play deals with an American family from the East Coast, traveling all the way from New York to Arizona to visit a dying family member. With a minimalist set and a tight-knit ensemble cast, Howe takes the situation one step past the “are we there yet?” humor in order to explore the arguments, the boredom, and the hopes of a family temporarily on the move. Complete with a classical music composer father, a caring mother, a motormouth teenage girl, and a guitar prodigy son, the Blossom family offers an eclectic collection of outlooks on life. Read the rest of this entry »



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Wacky Wednesday: IMAX Film Festival

February 23rd, 2011 by WLOY Staff

Do you like to feel the sensation of flying around in space while you’re actually comfortably seated? If so, then the IMAX film festival is the perfect place for you.

Ending March 3, the festival features films on Michael Jordan, Hurricanes, Deep Sea Volcanoes and one movie simply called “Extreme.” If that isn’t a jolting good time then I don’t know what is.

Films rotate throughout the festival and visitors can go for films without purchasing a ticket for the entire museum. IMAX festival, maximum entertainment. The science center is located in the inner harbor and open everyday except Mondays. For more information on the festival visit their website.



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Concert Review: Pirate Rob’s Birthday Bash

February 22nd, 2011 by Amanda Nolan


On February 19, Baltimore celebrated the birth of the one and only Pirate Rob with one huge party at Ramshead Live. Only this was not a cake and candles type of gathering. Apparently, Sir Pirate Rob commemorates his birth with style – sets from multiple Baltimore-based bands, crazy pan-bending stunts, and a comedic fellow in a cape. Fans, friends and family all intermingled in the crowd, cheering on all fourteen of the bands in the spirit of the apparently well-loved Pirate Rob. Read the rest of this entry »



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Tourism Tuesday: Baltimore’s Best on The Food Network

February 22nd, 2011 by WLOY Staff

Charm City flourishes all over the Food Network. In addition to the show “Ace of Cakes” there are numerous Baltimore establishments popping up all over the Food Network.

For breakfast, the network has featured Blue Moon Café, famous for exquisite and nauseatingly filling French toast. And for lunch they’ve noted Fells Point’s Brick Oven Pizza, a place where you can build your own slice or pizza, good luck choosing from over 52 toppings. And for the meat lovers out there, Chap’s Charcoal Restaurant was noted for their famous pit beef sandwich.

For dessert you can stop by Fed Hill or Canton’s Dangerously Delicious Pies. So maybe abandon Iggy’s this weekend and try some Food Network food, 15 minutes of stale fame but lasting fresh incredible food. Enjoy!!



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