Sunday, April 21, 2024

Theatre

Andy Summers of The Police returns to Nestor’s life 25 years after the Havana duet

Legendary guitarist Andy Summers of The Police reunites with Nestor nearly a quarter of a century after their 1999 duet in Cuba, which you can hear at Baltimore Positive as well. His current tour brings him through York, Pennsylvania on Thursday, October 12th with a full multimedia show: "A Cracked Lens + A Missing String."

Back when Adam Lambert rocked Baltimore before Queen

In the summer of 2009 when the "American Idol" craze took over our country, the touring troop came through Baltimore to play the Arena. Nestor Aparicio sat down with most of that season's crew before the local show but it turns out that Adam Lambert would be the biggest star of them all and now returns to the Charm City as the longtime lead singer of Queen.

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.

Finding the good things and memories in BoDeans music magic

Over 31 years on the radio, Nestor Aparicio has been unabashed in his eternal love for the music of BoDeans. Founder Kurt Neumann finally sits and answers every fan boy question Nestor can muster before the Annapolis gig at Ramshead on May 20.

So just how and why did CFG Bank put its name on former Baltimore Civic Center?

CFG Bank CEO and President Bill Wiedel talks about the history and future of downtown's arena. And why his bank came forward to support the Oak View Group in supporting the new CFG Bank Arena, a phenomenal renovated and upgraded showcase and concert facility that is already packing 'em back into downtown for the greatest musicians in the world.

The new Lexington Market and CFG Bank Arena promise hope for downtown

The best part of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour is bringing good folks together. It's no surprise as neighbors, Damye Hahn of Faidley's Seafood and Ron Legler of The Hippodrome know each other. Hear how they're working together to make your next downtown theater, sports or music experience safer and more memorable.

Is Baltimore showing the signs of life we all want to see?

Local Baltimore tour expert – and huge Orioles fan – Chris Riehl joins Nestor at Captain Larry's in Federal Hill on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour to discuss what makes Charm City great through his eyes and the ears of folks who are charmed by all that our place has to offer.

The growth and after effects of Chris Rock at the Hippodrome

Our pal Ron Legler of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center tells Nestor about Broadway life in downtown Baltimore after the epic Chris Rock on Netflix special and what makes the Charm City great.

The curse of two left feet and the blessing of Zumba movement

Childhood friend Gigi Causey Zumbas onto the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at Costas Inn in Dundalk in an effort to bring Nestor back to the dance floor as an antidote for fun and fitness after the realities of being a realtor. There are no friends like old friends!

Pondering life with a new arena in downtown Baltimore

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor ponder possibilities for downtown life and music and theater and maybe even quality Major League Baseball in Baltimore after the new Arena opening this week.
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Finding rewards after the 420 holiday

It's the biggest weekend of the year in the cannabis deals and discount world and Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness tells Nestor about what happens after the 420 holiday with a new and innovative rewards system available to adult-use customers all over Maryland.

Those Orioles home runs continue to pay off in grand slam riches

Seth Elkin and Nestor discuss the rash of Orioles homers benefiting Home Run Riches winners and waiting on every grand slam when the bases are loaded. Big money. Big fun. Every night the Birds play!

Quiet start to offseason program exactly what Ravens want

Reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson was present for the start of voluntary workouts earlier this week.

Sneed makes case for Baltimore City Council President seat

Leading her campaign with transparency and more fairness in Baltimore City government, former District 13 councilwoman Shannon Sneed tells Nestor the importance of the City Council President seat and the goals of her campaign for citizens.

A Walkoff Wednesday for Orioles works well before roadtrip

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the incredible spot start of veteran Albert Suarez start, another walkoff home run by Cedric Mullins and the re-emergence of Cal Ripken to Orioles baseball this month as the team heads to Kansas City and Los Angeles before returning home on Friday, April 26th against the Oakland Athletics.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following three-game sweep over Minnesota

Cedric Mullins began the series with a phenomenal diving catch and finished it with the first career walk-off homer.

Mullins’ walk-off homer, Suarez’s impressive start lift Orioles to sweep over Minnesota

Albert Suarez pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings in his club debut before Cedric Mullins won the game on Wednesday.

Hyde, Orioles happy with Bradish’s first rehab start at Double-A Bowie

Kyle Bradish tossed three scoreless innings and struck out four in Tuesday's start.
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