Photo Series by Remi Yeung | Owl Media Sunlight is breaking through the dense clouds, casting dark shadows on the surroundings. The stretching shore of the bay connects the land to the sky. The warm orange hues of the sunlight on the clouds reflect the shapes into the water. The reflections in the water become … Continue reading East Coast Skies: Even Clouds Can Be Beautiful
Photography by Kadelena Messiano | Owl Staff The Oxymorrons may have been the opening act for Grandson, but they quickly stole the show after getting the entire crowd at the sold-out concert to sing along to their hit song Pretty People. Local Baltimore band, The Luvable Idiots hit Soundstage for March Madness this past weekend. The Luvable Idiots … Continue reading Local Music at The Baltimore Soundstage
Photography by Jennie Hall-Frantz | Owl Staff Havre De Grace is one of the oldest American small towns since the nation won its independence. The community comes together in a drum circle to make music and enjoy one another's company. "First Fridays" is an event that runs from May to October, where people from all … Continue reading Havre de Grace: A Local Historic and Cultural Landmark
Photography by Luke Teigue | Owl Staff Enveloped in a verdant alcove, the home rests peacefully. Through the vines, lies a home. A colorful display of life hangs amongst a plain view. A staircase leads into the darkness, only to be broken by the light. A window provides just enough light for a dim view.
Article and Photos by Faras Aamir | Owl Staff Photo by Faras AamirPhoto by Faras AamirPhoto by Faras AamirPhoto by Faras Aamir You never really know what it's like to find your calling until you do. That's exactly what I experienced when I discovered the world of possibilities in a little publication called Owl Magazine. … Continue reading Changing the Game: My Journey with Owl Magazine
Article & Photography by Nick Rynes | Owl Staff The August sun rises over the Allegheny Mountains as a thin layer of fog blankets the valley below. It is an amazing sight as I overlook a massive freight train transporting everything from car parts to underwear. From New York to Indianapolis, Baltimore and Jacksonville, I … Continue reading A Trackside Life: Inside the Hobby of Railfanning