Wednesday, September 27, 2023
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Getting educated on cannabis begins with trust

With the legalization of cannabis in Maryland, no one has more experience with the plant and all of the aspects of the potential wellness provided than Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness. We begin an educational series with our partners in Timonium at Far & Dotter that will continue through the year.

Exploring the next level at Planet Fitness this fall

Justin Drummond of Planet Fitness invites Nestor to the newest upgraded location in Reisterstown gym to enjoy spa and Black Card privileges as the kids go back to school. Start a new routine of good health today!

Jump starting a Productive Day and staying on task

In our never-ending attempt to squeeze more than 24 hours into one day, Leslie Shreve of Productive Day schools Nestor on Taskology and getting work done more efficiently as the kids go back to school and the football games come on the television.

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.

Meet the Young Fresh Prince spinning the old school tunes at Kidney Walk on Sept. 10 at UMBC

Young survivor LaVon "Prince" Thomas tells Nestor about the importance of the National Kidney Foundation and the story of his infancy transplant and love of music – all music. Meet this old soul and young prince before the Kidney Walk on Sunday, September 10th in Catonsville.

Tackling the opioid crisis with leadership

If you or anyone in your world has fallen victim to opioid addiction, you'll have even more appreciation for the work ahead for the new Madame Secretary Emily Keller, who we met as the Mayor of Hagerstown. Learn about the journey of the newly appointed Special Secretary of Opioid Response and her ride to the Volvo plant with President Joe Biden.

Giving Baltimore residents shelter

As her work for two decades with housing issues and helping folks led her to the Baltimore City Council, Odette Ramos brings some city needs and realities down to Ocean City and the Maryland Counties Conference in a wide-ranging discussion about improving Baltimore. Even her most famous resident in the 14th District, Governor Wes Moore made a cameo!

Mayor Scott discusses guns, schools and pools from The Beach

Our civic dialogue with Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott continues as he convenes with Nestor once again in Ocean City at the Maryland Counties Conference to discuss Baltimore's triumphs and challenges.

Making the adjustment to the chiropractic life in Towson

When Nestor first got aligned at WNST in the summer of 1998, local chiropractor Steve Elliott called the new sports radio station and offered to adjust his spine. No wonder he's stood so tall against the rest of the corporate, out-of-town owned media these 25 years later! Along with wife Allison, the Elliotts discuss the heart and soul of their family practice on Joppa Road and why sports and community matter in Baltimore at Drug City on our 25th Anniversary Crab Cake Tour celebration.

The adjustment of 25 years with the same chiropractor

In the summer of 1998, Towson chiropractor Steve Elliott called Nestor to welcome him to the neighborhood. Now a quarter of a century of friendship and a lot of bad baseball later, they convene at Drug City with pal Bill Yerman to discuss how sports brings us together in Baltimore.
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Let our Orioles heroes and his teammates tell you about the greatness of Brooks Robinson

It's hard to put into words just how great Brooks Robinson was to everyone he met. He was the gold standard for human beings and Baltimore loved him. So did his teammates. Let them tell you all about the legend of No. 5.

We loved Brooks Robinson – all of us!

There are no words to adequately express his contributions on and off the field in the City of Baltimore over the last 70 years. The loss of Brooks Robinson on Tuesday night brought the city to a standstill. We will share our Hall of Fame chats with No. 5 here and at WNST-AM 1570 throughout the week as the Orioles attempt to clinch another American League East crown. RIP Brooks! We loved you and we're going to miss you.

Was Nestor nervous the first time he sat down to interview Brooks Robinson?

It happened at Hooters at Harborplace and there are no pictures to show just how nervous Nestor was in trying to be cool with royalty in 1995

Brooks Robinson talks Orioles baseball and Crown Gasoline with a very nervous Nestor in Spring 1995 at Harborplace

It was the spring of 1995 and Major League Baseball was recovering from an awful strike and Brooks Robinson was sitting at Harborplace talking about a new day in the game.

Brooks Robinson talks about his love of baseball and the minors

Nestor always loved having Brooksie drop by the radio show. This is a 2003 visit discussing minor league baseball and the Montreal Expos.

How much of this can you really blame on Lamar Jackson?

With the Ravens offense missing key starters at every level, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the play of the $260 million quarterback and what Todd Monken – and the fans – expect from him on Sunday afternoons? Six years into the "experiment" of Eric DeCosta and John Harbaugh, Lamar Jackson running the football on an RPO is still the team's best chance for success on any given play.

Finally getting Free to tell the history of Baltimore house music with the great Ultra Nate´

Our Maryland Crab Cake Tour, presented by The Maryland Lottery, Window Nation and Jiffy Lube is always filled with serendipity. Roz Lane was coming by Koco's Pub to help us give away from Ravens scratch-offs and wound up Ko-hosting our segment with the Baltimore diva of the dance floor and celebrating 20 years of Deep Sugar grooves. Let Roz tell you about all of those all night dance parties at the Paradox while Ultra schools Nestor on the roots of house music and her amazing international success as an artist.

How much room do we have on the Orioles Bandwagon?

Our favorite Editor-In-Chief and social critic Max Weiss of Baltimore Magazine joins Nestor and Ricig at Koco's Pub for a pre-October chat about the history and relevance of Orioles baseball in Baltimore. And her essay wondering just how many folks are coming back to Orioles Magic as postseason bunting looms at Camden Yards and the excitement grows.
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