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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 17: Reaching Berlin before the beach and Crabs-To-Go and Burley Oak

The seventeenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a day at the beach and stop at Crabs-To-Go in Berlin and some local attention on the farm at Burley Oak Brewing.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 16: Salisbury kindness at Mogan’s Oyster House and pair of beers at Evolution and Burnish

The sixteenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a beautiful morning drive across the Bay Bridge to spend the day in Salisbury. Mayor Jake Day & Delegate Carl Anderton were great hosts at Mogan Oyster House and a pair of after dark beers at Evolution and Burnish. Plus, the Secretary of Kindness Grace Foxwell Murdock, one of our favorite guests.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 15: The Food Market in Hampden and Checkerspot in Federal Hill

The fifteenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a bit of a wild card and last-minute detour to a pair of great places in Baltimore City. The Food Market was a strong #JennStrong selection and Checkerspot hit the spot as a rare "open on Monday" brewery in the region. We'll be heading back to Hampden to explore the rest of that incredible menu.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 14: Monument in Highlandtown and Schultz’s Crab House in Essex

The fourteenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured an eastside "stay at home" tour for Nestor, who grew up in Dundalk and frequented Highlandtown and Essex all of his childhood. Loved taking the kids to Monument in the city and Schultz's Crab House down toward Hawthorne. We'll be back. Often!

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 12: Jailbreak in Columbia and The Market at River Falls in Potomac

The twelfth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a concert jaunt over the Virginia state line but we caught a tasty beer at Jailbreak in Howard County and heard about a unique crab cake in Potomac in Montgomery County.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 11: L.P. Steamers in Locust Point and Full Tilt Brewing in Govans

The eleventh day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a legit Baltimore City day with lunchtime show at L.P. Steamers on Fort Avenue in Locust Point with some great guests and a nightcap beer with Orioles baseball and Ravens preseason football at Full Tilt in Govans.

The Cultivated tales of 1980s rock and roll glory in Dundalk

Our lifelong pal and local musician Ron West of The Cultivated reunites with Nestor at Drug City in their childhood homeland of Dundalk to discuss the days of Ace Frehley, music of the 1980s and their Ridgemont High band days together at the turn of the century.

Why did Chad Steele take my press credentials after 26 years of covering the Baltimore Ravens?

This is my story in my own words. Listen and learn about how the NFL treats the local media and avoids the tough questions and intimidates local media who have traveled and reported on Baltimore football since before Art Modell brought the Ravens here in 1995. What happened is wrong and here's why...

The Schock of a Dundalk homecoming for a rock and roll queen

The Go-Go's legendary drummer came home to visit with Nestor on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at The Tasting Room above The Fountain at Drug City in Dundalk. As serendipity would have it, John Allen of Stone Horses made his way home, too, and took a Schocking tour of East Baltimore and Highlandtown music, cymbals and two rock stars who have seen the world.

Mizeur is focused on bringing District 1 of Maryland together to oust insurrectionist Harris

Heather Mizeur tells Nestor the many reasons why it's time to replace Andy Harris in District 1
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