Welcome to “The Entertainment Enthusiast!”

 

My name is Alli Greco, I’m a junior English major at Johns Hopkins University, and I love to write and explore the world around me. In fact, I love both of these things so much that a year ago, in February 2012, I became a Staff Writer for the Arts & Entertainment section of the JHU News-Letter, which has been around for nearly 100 years! I started off small with reviewing an a capella concert at school, but eventually, my work as a reporter took me on a number of unforgettable adventures – some of them unexpected – and exposed me to the diverse, vibrant, and inexpensive cultural scene of Baltimore, Maryland consisting of such unique locations as the National Aquarium and Center Stage Theater and neighborhoods like Little Italy and the Inner Harbor. Whether observing theater workshops in Midtown or reviewing the newest release at a nearby movie theater, there is always something fun and exciting going on, day and night, that doesn’t have to break the bank.

 

“The Entertainment Enthusiast” is an offshoot of what I regularly contribute to the News-Letter. My goal is to seek out the best cultural opportunities in exciting destinations while taking into account the limited budgets of many modern travelers. Follow along each week as I post reviews and reports on the most budget-friendly arts and entertainment opportunities not only in Baltimore, but also in northeast US towns and cities. From the most charming Connecticut villages to the bustling streets of New York City, I’ll write about exciting and affordable things to do and see when you visit these locations, including new film releases, museum exhibits, and shopping and dining options. I’ll also share with you pros and cons about each of my adventures, draw on opinions from other entertainment writers, and post fun photos from my travels. You can even comment on each of my posts and share your favorites on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. The more I can interact with my readers, and share my experiences and advice, the better! So without further ado, have fun, and bon voyage!

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8 responses to “

  1. Your blog looks great! It’s such a great idea to find cultural “gems”, and inexpensive ones to boot! You’ll have a wealth of events and venues to choose from in the Northeast! I’m looking forward to you turning me on to ones I don’t know about! I’ll keep checking back…have fun!!

  2. Thanks! I’m excited to write and see where this takes me as I travel up and down the coast. Feel free to suggest things to me if you see something new and exciting. Stay tuned…

  3. I’m looking forward to your travels and tips. I’d like to follow your blog. Do you have a subscribe button?

  4. Thank you for following! I’ll be sure to include a subscribe button soon.

  5. One of my favorite places ever!! We must go there when you’re home for break 🙂

  6. If you’re talking about RJ Julia, then yes..agreed 100%!

  7. Your blog is great! I have a Baltimore bucket list which consists of restaurants, museums, neighborhoods, etc I want to see before I graduate, so it’s fun to read your posts and compare experiences.

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