Thursday, September 21, 2023
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The Itch of a new solo album from Kix legend Steve Whiteman

With M3 looming and the return of live music to the Symphony Woods of Merriweather Post Pavilion, Nestor welcomed his personal vocal coach and the greatest frontman in local music history from Hagerstown to discuss "You're Welcome" and his new music.

Getting the itch to give Kix a beautiful rock and roll sendoff

A lifetime of friendship brought Stone Horses frontman John Allen back to his Dundalk homeland at Costas Inn join Nestor Aparicio for the WNST 25th Anniversary celebration in a wide-ranging discussion of the history of Baltimore rock music. From Child's Play roots in East Baltimore to the farewell of legendary vocalist Steve Whiteman, let two good ol' boys tell you about growing up loving Sarah Fleischer, Hammerjacks and the dream of living a music life.

Getting dilly in Baltimore over The Big Dill

The world's largest pickle party is coming to the Charm City on September 23 and 24. Don't pucker up! Let Kevin Baxter educate you on origins and bold flavors and unique ways to make a pickle come to life at The Big Dill Pickle Party at Power Plant Live.

Kicking off and knowing your limits with sports wagering

Executive Director of Maryland Lottery and Gaming John Martin discusses the beginning of the first full football season with mobile wagering here with excitement and caution as September also kicks off a month of gambling awareness and knowing how to slow your roll and having a plan.

Getting to that one particular harbour while you still can

The death of Jimmy Buffet hit so many people so hard over the Labor Day weekend. So many shows. So many memories. Our financial advisor Leonard Raskin says it's another reminder to have another boat drink and lose yourself in Margaritaville by living your best life. Just like Jimmy would've wanted.

Lofgren still finding the Mountains to climb off E Street

Silver Spring native and lifer musician Nils Lofgren joins Nestor for a candid conversation about his latest work, "Mountains," released in the middle of a worldwide tour with Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band that comes to Oriole Park...

It’s time to Soiree with O.J. and get loose with The Juice

Chanda Brigance returns to Baltimore Positive to give Nestor a Juice update and full details for Soiree With O.J. Brigance on September 29th in Anne Arundel County to benefit the Brigance Brigade and ALS families in need locally.

Scratching the surface of football season

John Martin of Maryland Lottery gets Nestor ready for football season and Ravens scratch-offs for Labor Day. Plus, the big $5 million chance hits the Maryland State Fair in Timonium as we get ready to kickoff the fall fun.

The great Nils Lofgren talks about being in the E Street Band

Nestor Aparicio chats about all things E Street with the great Nils Lofgren who plays guitar in Bruce Springsteen's legendary Hall of Fame band from Tampa on January 27, 2009 just days before the infamous Super Bowl halftime performance with Clarence Clemons.

No. 25: Showing Baltimore our signs of life

If you are familiar with the beginnings of WNST, it probably came back on that first kickoff at Memorial Stadium on September 1, 1996 when the Baltimore Ravens were born and our DUMP TRUMPY placards made national news after NBC broadcaster Bob Trumpy wished the Charm City empty roads, warm beer and cold hot dogs. And of course, the GET NASTY flip sides took off and launched what would become WNST-AM 1570 on August 3, 1998. We will countdown our WNST Top 25 "Stories of Glory" every week through the football season. If you have pictures from this era, please email: and share and tag us on social media. We'd love to see your side of our 25 WNST Stories of Glory. And if you have a story to tell, let's tell it. Gratitude for all of the years of your support keeping us strong and alive and thriving into our 26th year of doing it better than anyone's ever done it!
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Ravens place defensive back A. Washington on injured reserve with chest injury

Ar'Darius Washington played all but three defensive snaps in the Week 2 win at Cincinnati.

Getting defensive against Joe Burrow and the AFC North

While the Ravens continue to wait on Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Williams to get healthy, the remainder of Mike Macdonald's stout unit shut down the Cincinnati Bengals and provided a warning shot to the rest of the division that the pass rush is coming. Oh, and the linebackers will chase you down.

Oyster season is a pearl and a gem to be explored

Damye Hahn says that fall means oysters and ways to eat them at Faidley's Lexington Market

A Baltimore sports weekend for the ages

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor recap one of the most exciting weekends in Baltimore sports history

Ravens safety Marcus Williams won’t have surgery for pectoral injury — or go on injured reserve

The free safety will continue to rehab the injury sustained in the season opener.

Orioles flying the postseason flag but still need every win

The party was delirious in the aftermath of Sunday's huge win over the Tampa Rays but as Luke Jones and Nestor celebrate the Orioles playoff berth, there's plenty of caution ahead about pitching and winning enough to still be crowned AL East champs.

Getting ready to fly once again with the Eagles at Coppin State

Coppin State president Dr. Anthony Jenkins and basketball head coach Larry Stewart join Nestor at Faidley's for the Maryland Crab Cake Tour as the kids get back to class in West Baltimore. WNST is proud to enter our 10th season as the flagship for Eagles sports and basketball.

When the purple and orange start to bleed together on a Sunday afternoon

Leonard Raskin joins Nestor at Faidley's Seafood in the World Famous Lexington Market for a Maryland Crab Cake Tour stop and plenty of sports signs of life in fall for Baltimore fans.
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