About the author
Zach Sparks is an aspiring journalist with interests in a multitude of different areas including news, human interest stories and sports. A student at Towson University, he currently holds an internship at a public relations and advertising firm in Owings Mills where he writes and distributes press releases for several local non-profit organizations among other duties. He hopes to graduate in the fall of 2012 and parlay his experiences and education as a student into a successful writing career.
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Category Archives: MCOM 341
This is the third post in a series focused on local bands. The subject of this post is the band Evolver. Evolver is made up of ex-Limp Biskit guitarist Mike Smith, who also handles vocals in Evolver, Anthony Grabowski on … Continue reading
A few local bands that had success in the 1980s are playing at the Recher in Towson this summer. Crack the Sky formed in West Virginia but relocated to Maryland early in their career. The band has been performing off … Continue reading
This is the second post in a series focused on local bands. The subject of this post is the band Loving the Lie. Named by CBS as one of “Baltimore’s 5 Best Rock Bands” in a 2011 article, Loving the … Continue reading
Baltimore Sun columnist Ken Murray says he expects close to 80,000 people to be in attendance for Wednesday’s U2 concert at M&T Bank Stadium. The record, set in 1999 during HFStival, stands at 75,000. Murray’s article also looks at the … Continue reading
This is the first post in a series focused on local bands. The subject of this post is the band Breaking Reign. Breaking Reign is a six-member band from Towson. They play a hybrid style of rock and hip-hop. After … Continue reading
Every week, radio station DC 101 gives away tickets for an upcoming rock concert. This week they are giving away tickets to see Incubus when they play at Merriweather Post Pavilion on September 11. Tickets are given away every hour … Continue reading
One of the more prominent East coast music festivals, HFStival, is returning to Merriweather Post Pavilion on September 17. The festival returned last year after a four-year hiatus. The 2011 line-up will be headlined by folk rock band The Avett … Continue reading
Ska punk band Reel Big Fish is performing at Power Plant Live downtown tonight. The show is free and starts at 6 p.m. You have to be 21 or older to get in. The California-based band gained a following in the … Continue reading
All Time Low released their fourth studio album “Dirty Work” on June 7, 2011. Baltimore-based pop punk band All Time Low released their fourth studio album entitled Dirty Work on Tuesday, two years after their last release, which sold over … Continue reading