In our continuing education about indoor air spaces and the quality of our lives during COVID, Martin Knott joins Nestor to discuss fresh A.I.R. for indoor spaces and how it makes us healthier and more functional.
Danny Funt joins Nestor to discuss his Columbia Journalism Review "All In" story on the inherent dangers of gambling, football and media insider information when NFL fans can bet on mobile in real time.
One of the benefits of the weekly Friday afternoon Maryland Crab Cake Tour is inviting our favorite people onto the show to talk about Weis wisdom, expertise and gratitude. Dr. Steve Elliott and his wife Alison of Elliott Family Chiropractic Life told Nestor about their 50 bar Maryland pub crawl that will make you thirsty for more adjustments.
The tragedy of his son's death three years in College Park has made Marty McNair an advocate for kids who play sports everywhere. The latest work of The Jordan McNair Foundation and what the Safe And Fair Play Act in Annapolis means for the financial security of families who send their kids to play ball.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour concluded its month-long adventure at The Boatyard in Eastport with a long, wide-ranging chat with Governor Larry Hogan, who debated Red Line, masks, school openings, taxes and statewide broadband with Don and Nestor.
It's taken Nestor a lifetime of Ocean City trips to finally pop the burning question to the Lord Of The Fries at Thrashers, Les Morris: "Why no ketchup?" The history and the journey of an Idaho potato to your belly at the beach and the secret of apple cider vinegar.
Nestor Aparicio is on the road in The Free State in search of the perfect Maryland crab cake. His first stop is the originator, Nancy Devine, who began mixing up her now world famous jumbo lump crab cakes at Lexington Market in the 1980s. Let her tell you about her mustardy delicious concoction...
When the legendary Baltimore Orioles outfielder died in 2019, it was hard to find this clip but it made us smile when we did. And this 1992 picture is only one he could find from when the Hall of Famer umpired the "Broadcast vs. Print Media Baseball Game" at Camden Yards.
The first time Nestor Aparicio did a sports radio show was on December 13, 1991. Over the years, Don Mohler has heard a lot of stories about Nestor's parents but he dove all in to interview the interviewer in this lengthy segment about growing up in Dundalk as an adopted replacement child in a broken, grieving family. This one is personal...
Nestor first had the Hall of Famer on the show at the Ed Block Courage Awards in 1997 but this is a more modern chat about what happens after you win a championship and the level of involvement in maintaining greatness after achievement.
While watching the Orioles play the Mets in Queens and hearing Cakes on the MASN call, Nestor reached to venerable New York Daily News baseball insider Bill Madden to tell some tales from the 1969 crypt. Oh, and there was the time at Cross Keys on the Yankees beat when he witnessed the Billy Martin-Ed Whitson bar brawl.