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Why don’t we vote in primary elections?

With an emphasis on freedom, money and the American way of life on the line with every election, Leonard Raskin joins Nestor to talk about the real result of this week’s election – the incredibly poor turnout of Marylanders at the polls when their uniquely earned right to vote wasn’t exercised.

Chewing on the magic of Orioles baseball

Our Chief Cannabis Information Officer Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness talks about a whole new world of chews at Far & Dotter and hears Nestor’s tales of the magic of Orioles baseball from seats behind the Yankees dugout. It’s a fun summer to be an Orioles fan in Baltimore.

Big grand slams and a new Cash Pop

With lots of baseball on the mind, John Martin of The Maryland Lottery talks about the latest Home Run Riches big grand slam money and the rules and ideology behind the new “Cash Pop” daily game and its simplicity.

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.

Turning the lights on for more than MMA at LightsOut Sports Media

Our returning Maryland Terps legend and MMA media mogul Shawne Merriman joins Nestor to talk Lights Out Sports media and his next MMA card on Preakness night. Oh, and some Chargers lightning bolts here with real expectations for Joe Hortiz and Jim Harbaugh out in LaLa Land.

The man who brought 25 years of WNST AwesomeNes to life in our new documentary

It was our lifer pal, Orioles fan, baseball man and Towson Transfers tape-to-digital guru Gregg Landry of Blue Rock Productions who inspired Nestor to put together a 25th Anniversary documentary bringing into fun focus the history of our radio station, entrepreneurial spirit, newshound mojo background and then spiking the ball on 40 years of Baltimore sports media life and truth – and the best is yet to come! Hope you enjoy “No One Listens; Everyone Hears – The Baltimore Positive Media Story.” It rocks because of this guy…

Having a blast at Camden Yards with friends

Beating the Yankees is always a rare and beautiful sight for any Orioles fan to witness and behold. But, as Nestor Aparicio explained to Luke Jones, it’s more fun whilst sitting over the New York dugout heckling Juan Soto, Aaron Judge and Anthony Rizzo every time they fail in another Orioles Magic beat down of the Bronx Bombers at Camden Yards with friends.

Who is the Fidcuci-Who of you?

Our financial guy Leonard Raskin tells Nestor about why he wrote his new book on money and trust and the importance of taking care of your assets in a professional manner. It all starts with fiduciary responsibilities.

The future scheduling of cannabis in America is changing

We have all witnessed the laws and governance around cannabis changing everywhere in our county but with news out of Washington, D.C. last week about federal changes in the Schedule 1 status for a medicinal plant, our Chief Cannabis Officer Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness tells us what it all might mean in the near future.

The many directions DeCosta can go with pick No. 14 Luke

Assessing another Ravens draft class

Our old NFL draftnik and historian Dennis Koulatsos joins Nestor for an annual evaluation of the Ravens’ draft class and needs heading into the spring.

Sharing the heart of a Baltimore sports fan as baseball season begins Koulatsos

How the Orioles and Ravens will split your wallet – and hearts – moving forward

For the first time in most of our lifetimes, sports in Baltimore and parade fever is blossoming as the baseball and football franchises both have a chance to win a championship. Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the power of money in local sports and how a guy in Caps jersey can say “no” to pricey playoff tickets. And we’re all expecting playoff games here for the Orioles and Ravens in the coming years…

What is bringing folks back downtown for Orioles baseball?

Our financial guru Leonard Raskin joins Nestor to discuss the energy around Baltimore Orioles baseball and what bringing folks back downtown again regularly can do for the city. Oh, and a good news humanity update on theatre etiquette from Notre Dame Prep, too!

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.

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.

Why Sheila Dixon wants to be the Mayor of Baltimore again

Our Maryland Crab Cake Tour returned to Faidley’s in the new Lexington Market with another extended chat with former Mayor Sheila Dixon, who tells Nestor why she wants to lead Baltimore again and ways that our city could improve.

We proudly present the “new” Faidley’s Seafood at Lexington Market

It took a little longer than we thought but the “new” Faidley’s Seafood at Lexington Market is now open. We were thrilled to hear the story of the move and how Damye and Alicia packed the new location with everything you remember about the original space on Paca Street. Luke Jones and Nestor Aparicio broadcast live each Friday (2-5pm) that the Orioles are home this spring and summer.

Search no further for better words of wisdom for David Rubenstein and “Next Chapter” of Orioles baseball in Baltimore

If you want to know the real history of Baltimore baseball, you ask the folks who authored the story of Orioles Magic. Charles Steinberg comes back to Baltimore to hail Larry Lucchino and the real heroes of Camden Yards and saving the Orioles – and offers his best wisdom and native advice to new owner David Rubenstein from his Worcester Woo Sox seat at Polar Park.

Twice as lucky?

John Martin of Maryland Lottery tells unlikely tale of same person with two million dollar winners

Two Dundalk boys come home to discuss tragedy, triumph and Good Ol’ Rock and Roll

As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour gets back on the road for the spring, musician and lifer friend John Allen joins Nestor at Costas Inn in Dundalk to discuss Key Bridge memories, the legacy of Brian Jack and getting the music of Child’s Play back on stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion on May 4th at the annual M3 Festival for local rockers.

The unlimited free money for billionaire sports franchise owners isn’t coming so easy outside of Maryland

While we watch Steve Bisciotti’s paid-for-by-the-citizens new shiny object get erected on the football stadium and await to hear the plan of David Rubenstein for Camden Yards, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss aging stadia, big money, threats of moving sports franchises and civic donations to billionaires for sports teams that aren’t happening in places like Kansas City, Phoenix, Oakland and Northern Virginia.

In the end, Angelos family made $1 million every week they owned the Orioles – plus the actual profit

After Nestor broke out a cocktail napkin and did the math on the $173 million price tag of the Baltimore Orioles in 1993 (that came with $45 million in cash) and the recent sale price of $1.7 billion to David Rubenstein (that comes with $600 million in free money from Maryland taxpayers), he wanted to confirm his Dundalk math with our financial advisor Leonard Raskin as to just how much money the Angelos family actually made while attempting to destroy the franchise for the fan base.

Orioles Bird

How will the “next chapter” of Orioles ownership communicate with traumatized Baltimore fan base?

It’s been 18 years since local communication and public relations guru Greg Abel created the “We’re Not Gonna Take It” video after Nestor Aparicio led “Free The Birds” to communicate some uncomfortable truths to Peter Angelos. That was September 2006. Now, with David Rubenstein taking over the helm of the Orioles franchise, what do we expect to be better for the fans – other than everything?

Still dreaming big?

We’re watching the Orioles and Home Run Riches pulling for a grand slam every night but the big one continues to get bigger. John Martin of Maryland Lottery talks billions and millions for Maryland dreamers and some big local winners as well.

The fresh start of a new era of Orioles baseball in Baltimore

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the new baseball season and Orioles fresh start at Camden Yards with David Rubenstein and Cal Ripken in front of things after three decades of tyranny. What changes come first and what have we seen so far in the first hours?

Coming together after the Key Bridge tragedy

It’s all so raw and so previously unfathomable – the collapse of the Key Bridge in the overnight. Leonard Raskin and Nestor the discuss the emotions, loss and economic impact for the Port of Baltimore and region as our state attempts to heal and rebuild as quickly as possible.

Understanding terpenes and cannabinoids

As we continue our education series in understanding adult use cannabis and the science of the plant, Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness discusses the various strengths and strains of locally produced flower at Far & Dotter in Timonium.

Janet Marie comes home: The full Canopy of love for Baltimore and baseball

Our resident Hall of Famer and a visionary of the original designs for Camden Yards comes home to discuss the loss of the Key Bridge, fond memories of Peter Angelos and the future of her hometown baby under the new ownership of David Rubenstein and with civic funding to make it awesome for Orioles fans. Janet Marie Smith joins Nestor to start the season with a home run conversation about the city we love.

Hitting it big this baseball season

The Executive Director of The Maryland John Martin of Maryland Lottery joins Nestor to discuss the start of the baseball season and the new bonus fun of the Home Run Riches Grand Slam for Orioles Opening Day and what happens when the bases are loaded.

Why don’t we vote in primary elections?

With an emphasis on freedom, money and the American way of life on the line with every election, Leonard Raskin joins Nestor to talk about the real result of this week’s election – the incredibly poor turnout of Marylanders at the polls when their uniquely earned right to vote wasn’t exercised.

Chewing on the magic of Orioles baseball

Our Chief Cannabis Information Officer Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness talks about a whole new world of chews at Far & Dotter and hears Nestor’s tales of the magic of Orioles baseball from seats behind the Yankees dugout. It’s a fun summer to be an Orioles fan in Baltimore.

Big grand slams and a new Cash Pop

With lots of baseball on the mind, John Martin of The Maryland Lottery talks about the latest Home Run Riches big grand slam money and the rules and ideology behind the new “Cash Pop” daily game and its simplicity.

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.

Turning the lights on for more than MMA at LightsOut Sports Media

Our returning Maryland Terps legend and MMA media mogul Shawne Merriman joins Nestor to talk Lights Out Sports media and his next MMA card on Preakness night. Oh, and some Chargers lightning bolts here with real expectations for Joe Hortiz and Jim Harbaugh out in LaLa Land.

The man who brought 25 years of WNST AwesomeNes to life in our new documentary

It was our lifer pal, Orioles fan, baseball man and Towson Transfers tape-to-digital guru Gregg Landry of Blue Rock Productions who inspired Nestor to put together a 25th Anniversary documentary bringing into fun focus the history of our radio station, entrepreneurial spirit, newshound mojo background and then spiking the ball on 40 years of Baltimore sports media life and truth – and the best is yet to come! Hope you enjoy “No One Listens; Everyone Hears – The Baltimore Positive Media Story.” It rocks because of this guy…

Having a blast at Camden Yards with friends

Beating the Yankees is always a rare and beautiful sight for any Orioles fan to witness and behold. But, as Nestor Aparicio explained to Luke Jones, it’s more fun whilst sitting over the New York dugout heckling Juan Soto, Aaron Judge and Anthony Rizzo every time they fail in another Orioles Magic beat down of the Bronx Bombers at Camden Yards with friends.

Who is the Fidcuci-Who of you?

Our financial guy Leonard Raskin tells Nestor about why he wrote his new book on money and trust and the importance of taking care of your assets in a professional manner. It all starts with fiduciary responsibilities.

The future scheduling of cannabis in America is changing

We have all witnessed the laws and governance around cannabis changing everywhere in our county but with news out of Washington, D.C. last week about federal changes in the Schedule 1 status for a medicinal plant, our Chief Cannabis Officer Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness tells us what it all might mean in the near future.

The many directions DeCosta can go with pick No. 14 Luke

Assessing another Ravens draft class

Our old NFL draftnik and historian Dennis Koulatsos joins Nestor for an annual evaluation of the Ravens’ draft class and needs heading into the spring.

Sharing the heart of a Baltimore sports fan as baseball season begins Koulatsos

How the Orioles and Ravens will split your wallet – and hearts – moving forward

For the first time in most of our lifetimes, sports in Baltimore and parade fever is blossoming as the baseball and football franchises both have a chance to win a championship. Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the power of money in local sports and how a guy in Caps jersey can say “no” to pricey playoff tickets. And we’re all expecting playoff games here for the Orioles and Ravens in the coming years…

What is bringing folks back downtown for Orioles baseball?

Our financial guru Leonard Raskin joins Nestor to discuss the energy around Baltimore Orioles baseball and what bringing folks back downtown again regularly can do for the city. Oh, and a good news humanity update on theatre etiquette from Notre Dame Prep, too!

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.

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.

Why Sheila Dixon wants to be the Mayor of Baltimore again

Our Maryland Crab Cake Tour returned to Faidley’s in the new Lexington Market with another extended chat with former Mayor Sheila Dixon, who tells Nestor why she wants to lead Baltimore again and ways that our city could improve.

We proudly present the “new” Faidley’s Seafood at Lexington Market

It took a little longer than we thought but the “new” Faidley’s Seafood at Lexington Market is now open. We were thrilled to hear the story of the move and how Damye and Alicia packed the new location with everything you remember about the original space on Paca Street. Luke Jones and Nestor Aparicio broadcast live each Friday (2-5pm) that the Orioles are home this spring and summer.

Search no further for better words of wisdom for David Rubenstein and “Next Chapter” of Orioles baseball in Baltimore

If you want to know the real history of Baltimore baseball, you ask the folks who authored the story of Orioles Magic. Charles Steinberg comes back to Baltimore to hail Larry Lucchino and the real heroes of Camden Yards and saving the Orioles – and offers his best wisdom and native advice to new owner David Rubenstein from his Worcester Woo Sox seat at Polar Park.

Twice as lucky?

John Martin of Maryland Lottery tells unlikely tale of same person with two million dollar winners

Two Dundalk boys come home to discuss tragedy, triumph and Good Ol’ Rock and Roll

As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour gets back on the road for the spring, musician and lifer friend John Allen joins Nestor at Costas Inn in Dundalk to discuss Key Bridge memories, the legacy of Brian Jack and getting the music of Child’s Play back on stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion on May 4th at the annual M3 Festival for local rockers.

The unlimited free money for billionaire sports franchise owners isn’t coming so easy outside of Maryland

While we watch Steve Bisciotti’s paid-for-by-the-citizens new shiny object get erected on the football stadium and await to hear the plan of David Rubenstein for Camden Yards, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss aging stadia, big money, threats of moving sports franchises and civic donations to billionaires for sports teams that aren’t happening in places like Kansas City, Phoenix, Oakland and Northern Virginia.

In the end, Angelos family made $1 million every week they owned the Orioles – plus the actual profit

After Nestor broke out a cocktail napkin and did the math on the $173 million price tag of the Baltimore Orioles in 1993 (that came with $45 million in cash) and the recent sale price of $1.7 billion to David Rubenstein (that comes with $600 million in free money from Maryland taxpayers), he wanted to confirm his Dundalk math with our financial advisor Leonard Raskin as to just how much money the Angelos family actually made while attempting to destroy the franchise for the fan base.

Orioles Bird

How will the “next chapter” of Orioles ownership communicate with traumatized Baltimore fan base?

It’s been 18 years since local communication and public relations guru Greg Abel created the “We’re Not Gonna Take It” video after Nestor Aparicio led “Free The Birds” to communicate some uncomfortable truths to Peter Angelos. That was September 2006. Now, with David Rubenstein taking over the helm of the Orioles franchise, what do we expect to be better for the fans – other than everything?

Still dreaming big?

We’re watching the Orioles and Home Run Riches pulling for a grand slam every night but the big one continues to get bigger. John Martin of Maryland Lottery talks billions and millions for Maryland dreamers and some big local winners as well.

The fresh start of a new era of Orioles baseball in Baltimore

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the new baseball season and Orioles fresh start at Camden Yards with David Rubenstein and Cal Ripken in front of things after three decades of tyranny. What changes come first and what have we seen so far in the first hours?

Coming together after the Key Bridge tragedy

It’s all so raw and so previously unfathomable – the collapse of the Key Bridge in the overnight. Leonard Raskin and Nestor the discuss the emotions, loss and economic impact for the Port of Baltimore and region as our state attempts to heal and rebuild as quickly as possible.

Understanding terpenes and cannabinoids

As we continue our education series in understanding adult use cannabis and the science of the plant, Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness discusses the various strengths and strains of locally produced flower at Far & Dotter in Timonium.

Janet Marie comes home: The full Canopy of love for Baltimore and baseball

Our resident Hall of Famer and a visionary of the original designs for Camden Yards comes home to discuss the loss of the Key Bridge, fond memories of Peter Angelos and the future of her hometown baby under the new ownership of David Rubenstein and with civic funding to make it awesome for Orioles fans. Janet Marie Smith joins Nestor to start the season with a home run conversation about the city we love.

Hitting it big this baseball season

The Executive Director of The Maryland John Martin of Maryland Lottery joins Nestor to discuss the start of the baseball season and the new bonus fun of the Home Run Riches Grand Slam for Orioles Opening Day and what happens when the bases are loaded.

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