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Bill Cole

The state of America and our Presidency and politics

Our disillusionment with American politics continues in the aftermath of a disastrous Presidential debate – all while celebrating what has always made this country great on the Fourth of July holiday. Bill Cole joins Nestor to debate the poor candidates, the loss of civility and the bewilderment at the continued devaluation of words, deeds and political parties in this country we love.

Is Rubensplash knocking it out of the park?

New ownership has been a long time coming for the Baltimore Orioles. After a lifetime of watching the baseball franchise wither without hope, along comes a new protagonist who has immediately shown himself to be a man of the people. Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the first month of the David Rubenstein Era and the “Next Chapter” of Orioles Magic.

Making time for the Orioles again…

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the reemergence of Orioles baseball in lives of many Baltimore folks and how going to Camden Yards has suddenly become cool again with new ownership and a great, young team on the field.

The civic victory in finally hosting an AFC Championship Game

It took Baltimore nearly 53 years to earn the hosting privilege of the biggest football game that is not the Super Bowl. Bill Cole joins Nestor in celebrating the civic victory of the Ravens hosting the AFC Championship Game for the first time in their 28-year history in the Charm City.

Serving gratitude and holiday peace of mind with our football

In an all-too-rare holiday sit down amongst friends, Bill Cole joins Nestor at State Fare in Catonsville to discuss all of of the football we’ve been watching and the season of holiday gratitude upon us to immerse and enjoy. Christmas is a time to say I love you!

The outer layer in the plans for the new Inner Harbor

Local developer Jeff Ratnow attempts to educate Bill Cole and Nestor about plans for the new Harborplace space and the financial realities of the Inner Harbor and downtown to be an economic generator for the entire city and community.

The deviled egg is in the details and the future of downtown Baltimore

Some folks only attend the Maryland Crab Cake Tour when deviled eggs are involved. Our pal Bill Cole returns to join Mac Campbell of the Baltimore Convention Center in a wide-ranging discussion on the progress of downtown Baltimore and how to get the community to buy into the positive changes and leadership.

What will Baltimore look like when we’re done?

As we all await the Angelos Family signing a long-term lease at Camden Yards and the Orioles offseason spin will begin, Bill Cole and Nestor wonder exactly what the teams want and what the city needs to build a better future footprint for the Inner Harbor and the future of downtown Baltimore. SUMMARY KEYWORDS talk, years, game, roof, baseball, baltimore, city, good, orioles, phillies, john, winning, maryland crab, stadium, buying, built, tickets, team, put, philadelphia SPEAKERS Nestor Aparicio, Bill Cole Nestor Aparicio  00:01 What about W and st Towson? Baltimore? Baltimore positive. I wish I had some crabcake tour dates to give you right now, but they’re in flux. I’m working on about eight of them. between now and Christmas. They’re all gonna be brought to you by the Maryland lottery. We did have some winners. The two last week were Hollywood casino on Sunday, had a bunch of winners up there had a really good time and a victory for the Ravens as well. Our friends at weathernation 866 90 nation they well we’ll install them and make it happen for you 0% financing it by two you get two free that’s going on all month long October as

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What is the real future of Baltimore baseball?

As Baltimore Orioles “owner” John Angelos fights with Wes Moore and the Annapolis folks trying to give him $600 million of our free money that he won’t take, our favorite sports and civic foil Bill Cole catches up on a summer of Orioles baseball, MASN misery and the kids going back to school.

So, when is the next All Star Game in Baltimore and what will that look like?

Watching Cal Ripken go back to Seattle and pining away for another All Star Game in Baltimore again, Bill Cole and Nestor wist hopeful and realistically in discussing the 30th Anniversary of the Camden Yards classic and the future of our downtown and the next time the Midsummer Classic comes to Charm City.

What makes those Maryland crab cakes taste so great?

Our never-ending education about crabs, crab cakes and the Chesapeake Bay continues at Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market where Bill Cole and Damye Hahn discuss local business and what goes into making your crab cake taste great this summer in Maryland.

Looking ahead to whats next for the business of sports in Baltimore Conway

The future of sports in Baltimore

No one does Baltimore sports history like Nestor Aparicio. Bill Cole opened up a nest of birds and the future of the Orioles and the lease situation at Camden Yards and the value of a sports franchise to Baltimore. This one got spicy and went overtime.

It’s a love story for Taylor Swift and the kids

After spending a day online trying to fetch Taylor Swift tickets from the Ticketmaster mafia, our Bill Cole shakes off the bad blood after an evening in Philadelphia and fills in the blank spaces of 100,000 girls singing “You Belong With Me” under the stars.

The first step in the Renaissance of downtown Baltimore

With the grand opening of the CFG Bank Arena and Springsteen and The Eagles opening the building, our roofer and local philosopher Bill Cole joins Nestor to discuss the long road to getting downtown competitive again as Orioles baseball and biggest music acts in the world descend upon the Charm City this spring and summer.

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The way we were on Radio Row over 28 years

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss 28 years of iconic Radio Row chats that will become WNST Radio Row Month at AM 1570 and Baltimore Positive. We’re still adding up exactly how many Hall of Famers over all of the years. You can count them up yourselves and let us know.

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Is Purple Festivus still a thing?

What happened to all of the purple lights and flamingos on the lawns of Baltimore? Have the Ravens lost their January mojo with the people of the Charm City? Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the most unusual Festivus in Baltimore football history.

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How did Nestor wind up with a media credential in Pittsburgh after being banned by Ravens in Baltimore?

As many know, Bill Cole from Cole Roofing inspired large parts of this Baltimore Positive platform over the past decade. A meandering podcast conversation from Christmas to Qatar kept coming back to Nestor being pressed on how he wound up in the locker room in Pittsburgh doing his job for the first time this season after being locked out by Chad Steele and the Baltimore Ravens ownership.

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The sportswashing event of the century on full display

Sure, we love soccer but the “bring your business to Qatar” ads on Fox television during the World Cup games aren’t convincing Bill Cole and Nestor that this is anything other than the bags of billions of corrupt dollars that it so apparently appears to be this month. The blotter on Blatter and the FIFA criminals has now produced a tournament in the middle of winter in a liar’s lair.

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The world’s stage in Baltimore at the new CFG Bank Arena

Before the doors of the new, shiny object downtown comes for the next generation, allow Nestor Aparicio to tell Bill Cole some old Baltimore Civic Center tales that will lure him back for the music – and hopefully stay for more Inner Harbor fun. Let two Baltimore kids dream about the future with a world class facility replacing the former relic of memories.

And what comes next

And what comes next?

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the readjustments of Fall, football season, kids back to school and post-pandemic life and assessing the future in America.

The state of America and our Presidency and politics

Our disillusionment with American politics continues in the aftermath of a disastrous Presidential debate – all while celebrating what has always made this country great on the Fourth of July holiday. Bill Cole joins Nestor to debate the poor candidates, the loss of civility and the bewilderment at the continued devaluation of words, deeds and political parties in this country we love.

Is Rubensplash knocking it out of the park?

New ownership has been a long time coming for the Baltimore Orioles. After a lifetime of watching the baseball franchise wither without hope, along comes a new protagonist who has immediately shown himself to be a man of the people. Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the first month of the David Rubenstein Era and the “Next Chapter” of Orioles Magic.

Making time for the Orioles again…

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the reemergence of Orioles baseball in lives of many Baltimore folks and how going to Camden Yards has suddenly become cool again with new ownership and a great, young team on the field.

The civic victory in finally hosting an AFC Championship Game

It took Baltimore nearly 53 years to earn the hosting privilege of the biggest football game that is not the Super Bowl. Bill Cole joins Nestor in celebrating the civic victory of the Ravens hosting the AFC Championship Game for the first time in their 28-year history in the Charm City.

Serving gratitude and holiday peace of mind with our football

In an all-too-rare holiday sit down amongst friends, Bill Cole joins Nestor at State Fare in Catonsville to discuss all of of the football we’ve been watching and the season of holiday gratitude upon us to immerse and enjoy. Christmas is a time to say I love you!

The outer layer in the plans for the new Inner Harbor

Local developer Jeff Ratnow attempts to educate Bill Cole and Nestor about plans for the new Harborplace space and the financial realities of the Inner Harbor and downtown to be an economic generator for the entire city and community.

The deviled egg is in the details and the future of downtown Baltimore

Some folks only attend the Maryland Crab Cake Tour when deviled eggs are involved. Our pal Bill Cole returns to join Mac Campbell of the Baltimore Convention Center in a wide-ranging discussion on the progress of downtown Baltimore and how to get the community to buy into the positive changes and leadership.

119 camden yards lg

What is the real future of Baltimore baseball?

As Baltimore Orioles “owner” John Angelos fights with Wes Moore and the Annapolis folks trying to give him $600 million of our free money that he won’t take, our favorite sports and civic foil Bill Cole catches up on a summer of Orioles baseball, MASN misery and the kids going back to school.

So, when is the next All Star Game in Baltimore and what will that look like?

Watching Cal Ripken go back to Seattle and pining away for another All Star Game in Baltimore again, Bill Cole and Nestor wist hopeful and realistically in discussing the 30th Anniversary of the Camden Yards classic and the future of our downtown and the next time the Midsummer Classic comes to Charm City.

What makes those Maryland crab cakes taste so great?

Our never-ending education about crabs, crab cakes and the Chesapeake Bay continues at Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market where Bill Cole and Damye Hahn discuss local business and what goes into making your crab cake taste great this summer in Maryland.

Looking ahead to whats next for the business of sports in Baltimore Conway

The future of sports in Baltimore

No one does Baltimore sports history like Nestor Aparicio. Bill Cole opened up a nest of birds and the future of the Orioles and the lease situation at Camden Yards and the value of a sports franchise to Baltimore. This one got spicy and went overtime.

It’s a love story for Taylor Swift and the kids

After spending a day online trying to fetch Taylor Swift tickets from the Ticketmaster mafia, our Bill Cole shakes off the bad blood after an evening in Philadelphia and fills in the blank spaces of 100,000 girls singing “You Belong With Me” under the stars.

The first step in the Renaissance of downtown Baltimore

With the grand opening of the CFG Bank Arena and Springsteen and The Eagles opening the building, our roofer and local philosopher Bill Cole joins Nestor to discuss the long road to getting downtown competitive again as Orioles baseball and biggest music acts in the world descend upon the Charm City this spring and summer.

Screen Shot 2023 02 09 at 4.06.36 PM

The way we were on Radio Row over 28 years

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss 28 years of iconic Radio Row chats that will become WNST Radio Row Month at AM 1570 and Baltimore Positive. We’re still adding up exactly how many Hall of Famers over all of the years. You can count them up yourselves and let us know.

Screen Shot 2023 01 13 at 7.02.02 AM

Is Purple Festivus still a thing?

What happened to all of the purple lights and flamingos on the lawns of Baltimore? Have the Ravens lost their January mojo with the people of the Charm City? Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the most unusual Festivus in Baltimore football history.

IMG 8471

How did Nestor wind up with a media credential in Pittsburgh after being banned by Ravens in Baltimore?

As many know, Bill Cole from Cole Roofing inspired large parts of this Baltimore Positive platform over the past decade. A meandering podcast conversation from Christmas to Qatar kept coming back to Nestor being pressed on how he wound up in the locker room in Pittsburgh doing his job for the first time this season after being locked out by Chad Steele and the Baltimore Ravens ownership.

Screen Shot 2022 11 25 at 6.12.58 AM

The sportswashing event of the century on full display

Sure, we love soccer but the “bring your business to Qatar” ads on Fox television during the World Cup games aren’t convincing Bill Cole and Nestor that this is anything other than the bags of billions of corrupt dollars that it so apparently appears to be this month. The blotter on Blatter and the FIFA criminals has now produced a tournament in the middle of winter in a liar’s lair.

Screen Shot 2022 10 30 at 3.23.43 PM

The world’s stage in Baltimore at the new CFG Bank Arena

Before the doors of the new, shiny object downtown comes for the next generation, allow Nestor Aparicio to tell Bill Cole some old Baltimore Civic Center tales that will lure him back for the music – and hopefully stay for more Inner Harbor fun. Let two Baltimore kids dream about the future with a world class facility replacing the former relic of memories.

And what comes next

And what comes next?

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the readjustments of Fall, football season, kids back to school and post-pandemic life and assessing the future in America.

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