Six losses in a row and a gimpy franchise quarterback about to enter his contract year makes for an antsy offseason for the 8-9 Baltimore Ravens. Luke Jones and Nestor begin the long offseason with plenty of questions and concerns.
At the end of a long and frustrating season of injuries and near misses, Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor evaluate what happens next for the decision makers in Owings Mills in picking up the pieces of disappointment to field a better team in September.
When Damye Hahn of Faidley's at Lexington Market was talking about shipping her legendary crab cakes across the country, we surprised her with a special customer. Let our head coach Brian Billick tell you about his Maryland Thanksgiving-eve tradition now shipping to the grandkids in the midwest...
Our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection was a little sore and tired getting to the segment because he was playing "pickleball." After three people mentioned the same game on the same day, Nestor thought it was time to investigate this middle-age crisis in America.
It was easy to pick up pounds during the lockdown but summer is a great time to change your diet and take advantage of delicious fresh fruits and vegetables. Some of us know about summer overload and beach bodies.
The best part of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery is bringing together good friends for the season. Erik Sauer and Bill Cole join Nestor at Conrad's in Abingdon to discuss saving the lives of blood cancer patients and the incredible work of There Goes My Hero
Rob Halford discusses four decades of Judas Priest with nothing to lose at all. And Nestor shares memories of the night when a 17-year old #AlmostFamous version of himself was treated with kindness by the legend.
After three decades of DMV worldwide sports coverage at the Associated Press, Dave Ginsburg is hanging up the laptop. At least for now. He joins Nestor for a fun retrospective of Baltimore and Washington and memories and press box food.
If you remember the last day at Memorial Stadium in 1991, then you need to meet the architect. Longtime baseball public relations leader Rick Vaughn remembers 33rd Street and the leadership of an Orioles front office legend.
When Cal Ripken travelled to Beijing on an Olympic goodwill mission, Nestor Aparicio went along for the ride. Wait'll you see how they go down Montianyu on the mountain on a beautiful fall day in China...