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Medical workers on frontline at GBMC, MedStar Health discuss a year of pandemic life for patients and caregivers

Whether you're a patient with routine medical needs or a mom having a baby, the past year of battling COVID has created complexity at local hospitals for everyone.

When Orioles baseball and dentistry collide at a Ruth’s Chris charity event

Dr. Charles Fine of McDonough Dental in Owings Mills joins Nestor to discuss their mutual love of Orioles history and memorabilia. And the doc updates us on the importance of visiting a dentist during COVID.

My gratitude for 27 years of attending Super Bowl games all over America

Nestor joined Dennis for a Super Bowl XLV preview and a chance to reflect on missing this one for the first time. And the first time he ever dreamed of going to one "Big Game" with his Pop and the lights went out...

Putting the vaccine first in Annapolis

Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson says efficiency of the vaccine process is essential for the health of our state and getting business and commerce back to normal again.

Privacy, security and modern society

What is private and what even matters any more? Talking privacy, guns and America with the MICA Philosophy professor Dr. Firmin DeBrabender.


DeCosta “insulted” by perception that Ravens lack quality wide receivers

"We've got some really good young receivers. It's insulting to these guys when they hear that we don't have any receivers. It's quite insulting. I'm insulted by it too to be honest."

DeCosta estimates Ravens have 200 “draftable” players on their board

The Ravens brass answered questions about the upcoming NFL draft on a video call Monday morning.

Orioles fail to back Means in 1-0 loss to Texas in 10 innings

John Means struck out nine over seven shutout innings, but Baltimore was unable to complete the sweep in Arlington.

Fixing everything that is wrong with baseball

Baseball author, historian, SABR leader and West Coast League commish Rob Neyer welcomes another season of baseball with cautionary tales for MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and the owners' and players' always simmering labor war.

The real costs of gerrymandering the Maryland electoral map

Democrats were the culprits here in The Free State but Ron Cassie of Baltimore Magazine discusses the history of gerrymandering and how Andy Harris managed to ever get elected in the first place.