November 22nd, 2010 by Allison Ebner
Looking to learn more about Baltimore’s unique history and fame? What better place than the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum. After all, it’s on the museum’s 40 acres that the first commercial long-distance track was born, giving us the nation’s truly unique railroad system.
From taking (holiday) train rides, climbing into a steam locomotive, watching toy trains pass through the garden, and viewing railroad movies in theater cars, there’s plenty to keep you busy at the museum. You’ll be amidst history as you look through nearly 200 pieces of rolling stock and locomotives and thousands of small artifacts like pocket watches, communication devices, lanterns, and dining car china that cover the start of American railroading in 1830 through present day.
November 20th, 2010 by The Professor
Interview by Tim Tilghman, host of Radio RockOnTour 11/16/10
Bill German gave his first, and no doubt longest, radio interview ever and Tim was there to talk Rolling Stones all day long. It’s a long one so we broke it into 4 parts!
November 20th, 2010 by Amanda Nolan
The biggest rivalry in Baltimore sports is coming. On December 5, Baltimore’s favorite team, the Baltimore Ravens, are playing against the Pittsburgh Steelers – this game will definitely be one that you will want to watch. If you don’t have tickets and hate sitting at home, head on down to the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards for the Ravens-Steelers Indoor Tailgate. Leave your grill and cooler at home, and let the Sports Legends Museum provide everything!
November 19th, 2010 by Amanda Nolan
Last week, I caught up with WLOY alum/current DJ, Nick Centanni, host of The Moldie Oldies, which plays every Wednesday from 10AM until noon. I tracked Nick down, asked him a couple of questions and got, well, some extremely elaborate answers. Read on to see how the class of 2010 graduate is doing while he sends us his show every week from the Nick-cave.
November 19th, 2010 by Kate Marshall
Another Thursday, another Late Night concert! Our acts included local Baltimore band, The Flying Eyes, and our own sophomore Loyola student band, The Palace At 4 A.M.
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November 19th, 2010 by Ryan Nisley
Ever wonder what song Tim and Amanda are playing outside Boulder on Fridays? Well now you can! We’re going to be posting the Top 20 Countdown every week so you all can check out these songs.
This week features Kings of Leon, Neon Trees, and Gaslight Anthem. Cee Lo Green makes the countdown at #20 and we have high hopes it will climb towards the top. Read the rest of this entry »
November 19th, 2010 by Amanda Nolan
Have you eaten too much in Boulder lately and now need some spice in your life? Start with tonight’s dinner! Head on over to Holy Frijoles for some authentic Mexican cuisine! Hoy Frijoles is located in the heart of Hampden, which is only a short drive from Loyola’s campus and a perfect place for a quick escape from the average school cafeteria.
Holy Frijoles has a wide variety of Mexican fodder, including every type of taco, burrito, chimichanga and enchilada there is, but it doesn’t end there! You can view and/or download the menu at their website.
November 18th, 2010 by Ryan Nisley
This week a new artist makes a debut at the top spot! The Naked & Famous is a group from New Zealand that effectively blend the musical styles of Passion Pit and M83 into an incredibly catchy indie-pop that gets stuck in your head. Warning: this group may become your new favorite band. Read the rest of this entry »
November 18th, 2010 by The Professor
We’re celebrating 35 years of radio at Loyola this Saturday! It’s the exact day in 1975 when WVLC (The Voice of Loyola College) first signed on to broadcast in the cafeteria. It evolved into WLCR and ran until the mid 1990s before being wiped out in the renovation of the Student Center. In 2002 we restarted WLOY and in March of 2003 we went 24/7/365 and haven’t looked back. Now we are, along with lots of station alumni from the 70′s and 80′s. Listen in from 1-7pm on Saturday to check out all the DJs as they get back on the air again! We’ve got their original jingle and even their original vinyl!
November 18th, 2010 by Amanda Nolan
Thursday November 18 WLOY is hosting another Late Night Concert in McGuire from 9 until midnight. We’re bringing to you some Loyola and Baltimore-based acts. An eclectic group of Loyola sophomores, The Palace At 4 AM, will open the event, followed by Baltimore-based band The Flying Eyes.
Remember that at our events you can enter in our raffle to win tickets for concerts at Ramshead Live! I challenge you all to find someone who doesn’t like music. Seriously. Do people like that even exist? Didn’t think so.