July 1st, 2012 by The Professor
June 29th, 2012 by The Professor
Today’s show playlist is a bit shorter because we spent a lot of time with local musician Woody Lissauer in the studio. Part of the performance was on the air and the rest of it is linked below:
1. Doug Alan Wilcox – Long Day
2. Ken Gutberlet – Amsterdam – Status Quo
3. Easy Six – Happy Birthday – EZ6
4. Midway Fair – Tomorrow I’m Gone (500 Miles) – The Distance of the Moon at Daybreak
5. GoatFish – Be With – The Gift of the Nymph
6. Woody Lissauer Live Session
(the link will follow shortly)
June 29th, 2012 by Chris Sweeney
1431 John Street
Corner of John and Mosher St.
Located in historic Bolton Hill, On the Hill Cafe offers fresh sandwich shop-style selections like burgers and wraps, along with some unique, homemade recipes. Owners Jessica and George Dailey take their culinary inspiration from places like Spain, Venezuela, and England, creating unique sandwiches served on fresh baguette, ciabatta, and sourdough. The menu features a number of vegetarian selections as well, including black bean burritos and veggie sandwiches with goat cheese and avocado. They also serve coffee from the sustainable Chesapeake Bay Roasting Company. Try the coconut flan, a special desert created by George Dailey’s mother, Cuqui.
For more information, visit onthehillcafe.com or call 410.225.9667.
June 28th, 2012 by Chris Sweeney
Daily, until July 1
Toby’s Dinner Theatre
5625 O’Donnell Street , Baltimore , MD 21224
Toby’s Dinner Theatre is featuring a daily performance of Hairspray: The Broadway Musical. Enjoy a meal along with this musical interpretation of John Waters’ 1988 film. You can explore Baltimore not only literally, by visiting Toby’s Dinner Theatre, but also figuratively, by experiencing the musical, set in Baltimore in 1962 and based on a film by a local icon.
For more information, visit Toby’s on the web or call 410-649-1660
June 28th, 2012 by The Professor
Interviewed by Phil Leverrier ’07.
June 27th, 2012 by Chris Sweeney
July 27, 5pm-8pm
400-500 blocks of Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Come to Baltimore’s West Shore Park on Friday, July 27 for a family-friendly gathering full of music, food, drink, and more. Enjoy the summer weather with music from Beach Bumz Band. Fill up at the food trucks or visit the beer & wine garden. There’s a kid-friendly play area as well. The event is free to attend.
For more information, visit waterfrontpartnership.org or e-mail email@example.com
June 25th, 2012 by Christa Constantine
Want to go see Gigamesh at Baltimore Soundstage on July 11th? You’re in luck! WLOY is giving away two sets of tickets to go see the show, and all you have to do is listen to 1620AM on the radio, on wloy.org, on iTunes radio, or TuneIn Radio App to win! Doors open at 8pm, and the show starts at 9pm.
Stay tuned to WLOY all summer long for more ticket giveaways – don’t miss your chance to win!
June 22nd, 2012 by The Professor
1. Woody Lissauer – Roses – Woody Lissauer
2. Midway Fair – Fairest of Them All – The Distance of the Moon at Daybreak
3. Midway Fair Interview
4. Sahffi – Waiting for Me – Turning Tides
5. GoatFish – Keep Your Head – The Gift of the Nymph
6. GoatFish Interview
7. Ella’s Umbrella – Perfect Enough – Colors in Our Sky
8. Teporah – Love Isn’t Enough – Bar Tunes
9. Teporah Interview
10. QueenEarth – MsMarvelous (Feat. Ama Chandra) – QueenEarth at Reservoir Hill Festival
11. QueenEarth Interview
12. Midway Fair – Blue Eyes – The Distance of the Moon at Daybreak
Tune in every Friday at 3pm to hear great local bands!
June 22nd, 2012 by Chris Sweeney
11-3 Saturday, June 23
Herring Run Park
3900 Bel Air Rd
Blue Water Baltimore will host a Berry Festival this Saturday, June 23rd. The festival’s main event is a berry dessert competition, and contestants are required to use berries and fruits native to Maryland. There will be food and from local vendors Big Bad Wolf and Souper Freaks food truck and drinks from New Belgium Brewery, Whole Foods, and Honest Tea. Local musicians Brooks Long and Funk Friday are scheduled to perform. Come out and enjoy live music, good food, and handmade items from local craftmakers.
For more information, visit bluewaterbaltimore.org
June 20th, 2012 by Chris Sweeney
3310 E. Baltimore Street
The Baltimore Science Fiction Society holds a general meeting on the second Saturday of each month. Meetings are free and open to the public. Includes general science fiction discussion as well as planning for the annual Balticon, a science fiction convention in Baltimore. Socializing before and after the meeting. More informal, social meetings occur at 8:00pm on the fourth Saturday of every month.
For more information, check out http://www.bsfs.org/