Theater Thursday: Vagabond Players

April 21st, 2011 by mjwilliams2

Baltimore’s own Vagabond Players recently announced their upcoming production of John Guare’s mind-blowing play “Six Degrees of Separation.” The play opened last week on the 15th, but will be running for the rest of the month and up to May 15th. Guare’s “Six Degrees of Separation” is a personal favorite of mine, and explores the relationship between chaos and control deep within the human heart. The play is set in the crime-ridden streets of the Reaganomic New York City, and provocatively challenges the barriers of race, class, and that which is considered socially acceptable. This one is an absolute must see. Read the rest of this entry »



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7 Minute Sports: Charley Toomey

April 20th, 2011 by Anthony Santiago

Here at WLOY, we were able to get an exclusive interview with Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach Charley Toomey.

This 7 minute piece covers recruitment, the season outlook and even a little bio from the Coach himself.

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Wacky Wednesday: Maryland Film Festival

April 20th, 2011 by WLOY Staff

Ready for some marvelous film? The Maryland Film Festival is sweeping back into town the first weekend of May. Thursday May 5 through Sunday May 8, over 150 films from across the globe will be shown at the festival.

The festival will screen 75 short and 50 feature length films over the four-day period. Films span a wide range of genres including documentary, animated, experimental and narrative. Many prominent films have been shown at the festival, such as recent Academy Award nominee Dogtooth. Read the rest of this entry »



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Tourism Tuesday: Enoch Pratt Library

April 19th, 2011 by WLOY Staff

The Central branch of the Enoch Pratt Library is a gorgeous display of architecture. Located on Cathedral Street the expansive and antique library is part of one of oldest public library systems in America.

The branch is currently hosting the exhibit “Glass House of Dreams: Baltimore’s Victorian Glass Palace,” until the end of April. The exhibit explores the history of glass houses in the U.S, noting the Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park. Rawlings was a prominent African-American political leader (whose daughter is currently Baltimore’s Mayor). Read the rest of this entry »



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No. 3 Women’s Lacrosse and No. 19 Men’s Lacrosse Look to Make a Late Season Push

April 18th, 2011 by Jake Hagelin

The Loyola University Maryland women’s lacrosse team has won twelve straight games to mark a perfect season thus far.  The Greyhounds have a perfect record (4-0) in the Big East Conference as well.  Seniors Grace Gavin and Mary Heneberry have led the team with scoring in the past two games.  Gavin tallied her 200th career goal against Villanova, becoming the third player in Loyola University women’s lacrosse history to accomplish this task.  Loyola’s 12-0 start is its best since the 2003 Final Four team.  That team ended the regular season ranked No. 1 and  the 12-game winning streak is also the longest since the 2003 team won 14 in a row. Read the rest of this entry »



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Museum Monday: Maryland Historical Society

April 18th, 2011 by WLOY Staff

The Maryland Historical Society is full of antique American gems. Currently the museum is showing the exhibit: Maryland’s National Treasures, which was collaboration between the Maryland Historical Society and Maryland State Archives. It features swords, uniforms and life-size portraits of American Revolutionary heroes. The Historical Society is also currently showing With an Artistic Eye: Folk Art at the MHS, which displays history through painting, sculpture, jewelry and furniture.

The MHS is additionally hosting the most comprehensive Civil War exhibit in MD, which includes 3-D videos and personal stories. It’s their largest Civil War exhibit yet! Read the rest of this entry »



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Top 40 for 4.18.11

April 14th, 2011 by Eric Loose

School days are dwindling down, the temperature is steadily rising, and to reflect this, our list takes on a more summery approach! So, perhaps while you’re out tanning, put on The Strokes’ awesome new record or their single “Under Cover of Darkness.” Or, maybe while exercising out in the hot weather, listen to The Dodos’ No Color? And after that’s all done, relax in the air conditioning with Low’s (as seen up top) slow-paced slowcore album C’Mon. Read the rest of this entry »



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President’s Cup: First Round (JHU & Medfield)

April 13th, 2011 by Kate Marshall

On Saturday April 9, the Inaugural President’s Cup Baltimore City High School Baseball Tournament officially began! First at Medfield Park, Mount Saint Joseph High School faced off against  St. Frances, and Mt. St. Joe’s came out on top. The second game at Medfield featured Frederick Douglass High School and Gilman School, in which Gilman was named victorious. Over at John Hopkins University, Friends School of  Baltimore won their game against Paul Laurence Dunbar High and Boys’ Latin School of Maryland was able to overcome Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School.

First Round Games

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Movie Night: Pirate Radio

April 13th, 2011 by Amanda Nolan

This Thursday April 14 WLOY is hosting another Movie Night in the Reading Room. This time, we’ll be showing the 2009 comedy, Pirate Radio. Directed and written by Richard Curtis, the film’s ensemble cast features Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, Rhys Ifan, Nick Frost, and Kenneth Branagh. Set in 1966, Pirate Radio follows the journey of one boat’s diverse crew that broadcasts rock and pop music to the United Kingdom under a pirate radio station called “Radio Rock.” British authorities will attempt to shut this illegal station down, but it takes a lot of effort to shut off the music for this rambunctious, seafaring company.

WLOY will also be giving away tickets to a series of upcoming shows at Ramshead Live, so make sure to stop by the Reading Room at 9PM!



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Wacky Wednesday: Privateer Day

April 13th, 2011 by WLOY Staff

Saturday, April 16th Fell’s Point revisits its roots. Fell’s may have a raging night life, but more importantly the area has an incredible historic lineage tracing to the 1700’s. Fell’s Point Privateer Day celebrates this heritage. The event goes from 11a.m to 6p.m and is chock full of Privateery fun!

If you’re wondering what a privateer is, so was I. It’s different than a pirate. Privateers are given orders from the government to attack ships, a license to rob type of set up. Read the rest of this entry »



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