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Inside ‘Everything On It,’ WTMD’s first installation art exhibit

"The Worm" by Andrew Liang is part of "Everything On It," WTMD's first installation art exhibit.

Listen: ‘Everything On It’ Power rangers, teenage mutant ninja turtles and other whimsical figures dance along a giant black swirl painted on the wall inside WTMD’s conference room. In the lobby, the windows are dotted with dozens of black vinyl cutouts in different shapes and sizes. It’s all part of “Everything On It,” an exhibit created…

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Downtown Upload – Helen Yuen: A Baltimore Story

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The Downtown Upload Weekly Podcast, with Megan Isennock from the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore featuring information and interviews on the people and places that make life Good for Downtown . Good for Baltimore. Listen below: Downtown Upload Helen Yuen Previous episodes here.

Weekend on the Radio 04/10-04/12

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This weekend, hear some sweet, haunting Appalachian music by Anna & Elizabeth (pictured) and view scrolling panoramas at the Crankie Fest at the Creative Alliance, experience what being in a rock and roll band for kids is like, as singer/songwriter Wesley Stace (formerly John Wesley Harding, pictured) talks to Erik Deatherage about his new book…

Downtown Upload – Reginald F. Lewis Museum with Marketing Director Helen Yuen

Downtown Upload

The Downtown Upload Weekly Podcast, with Megan Isennock from the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore featuring information and interviews on the people and places that make life Good for Downtown . Good for Baltimore. Listen below: Downtown Upload: Reginald F. Lewis Museum with Marketing Director Helen Yuen Previous episodes here.

Congratulations to Erin Reilly, Winner of the WTMD Bike!

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Erin came to the station with her son Beck today to pick up her bike!  Congratulations and thank you for supporting WTMD!  And thanks to everyone that donated and entered the contest before and during our Music Madness Fund Drive.  You truly Make the Music Happen here at WTMD!

Inside ‘Everything On It,’ WTMD’s first installation art exhibit

"The Worm" by Andrew Liang is part of "Everything On It," WTMD's first installation art exhibit.

Listen: ‘Everything On It’ Power rangers, teenage mutant ninja turtles and other whimsical figures dance along a giant black swirl painted on the wall inside WTMD’s conference room. In the lobby, the windows are dotted with dozens of black vinyl cutouts in different shapes and sizes. It’s all part of “Everything On It,” an exhibit created…

Free reception for new art exhibit ‘Everything On It’ 7 p.m. Friday March 28

Vinyl cutouts from Zoe Friedman (left) and cartoon-style mural paintings by Andrew Liang (right) are part of "Everything On It," a new art exhibit at WTMD.

Two of Baltimore’s most exciting young artists have come together to transform the WTMD studios with an art exhibit designed just for this space. Andrew Liang and Zoe Friedman are re-imagining WTMD with vinyl cutouts, cartoon-style mural paintings, videos and more. WTMD is partnering with the award-winning online publication Bmoreart for the exhibit, titled “Everything…

Sunny Side Up: Courtney Barnett

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“Avant Gardner” by Courtney Barnett, the angst-ridden, stand-up worthy recounting of an allergic reaction has quickly connected with WTMD listeners. But aside from her wit and conversational observations, this Aussie artist impresses with her surfy electric slide guitar-playing and a deadpan voice. Check out her excellent Sunny Side Up session below and get into the…

Sunny Side Up: Robert Ellis

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The twang of Texas-native Robert Ellis draws you into his songs. It’s warm and intensely expressive, like Jason Isbell’s or Jesse Malin’s. His second album on New West Records The Lights From The Chemical Plant features characters walking a fine line, and sophisticated pop-crafting in the vein of one of his heroes, Paul Simon, whom…

5 O’Clock Shadow- April 15th

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The original artist is the biggest bestest and baddest band ever. This song opens an album named after a gun, or a record spinning. The song is perfectly appropriate for this wonderful or horrible day. The Shadow artist is a silky voiced Memphis Blues Man that takes this song and funks it up instrumentally and…

5 O’Clock Shadow- April 11th

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The original band comes from one side of the twin cities and held the rock and roll torch aloft during a slow decade for the genre here in the states. This song is poignantly sad and yet optimistic. Time is nothing when Jesus is smoking your butts and you forget how to write letters. The…