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The heat of The Open and summer golf love at Forest Park

Our resident PGA pro and Baltimore sports lover Richard Sheppard Jr. of Forest Park returns to update us on beating the summer heat, getting juniors schooled up on weekdays at Classic Five Golf and dreams of playing a course like Royal Troon and The Open in Scotland this weekend.

How to Move beyond the balm and gel and into a chew for relief

In our continuing education about ways that cannabis is helping folks with aches, pains and soreness, Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness tells Nestor how to now Move even more without the balm or gel he’s used successfully for back relief and inflammation.

The best days of summer for young folks to get healthy

Justin Drummond discusses the fourth year of Planet Fitness’s High School Summer Pass program, which offers free gym access to teens from June 1 to August 31. This initiative aims to promote physical and mental well-being among youth, combating childhood obesity and encouraging a healthy lifestyle in a judgment-free environment.

Remembering Jacoby Jones

The news of the death of former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XLVII champion Jacoby Jones came as a shock to everyone this weekend. A few photos and a long conversation about his dancing prowess. We will remember the laughs and the good times.

Rediscovering the art and love of collecting sports collectibles

Local sports memorabilia expert Danny Black joined Nestor to discuss their lifelong shared love for collecting baseball cards and sports memorabilia. From the hobby’s evolution and its modern aspects, Nestor shares modern tales of his amazing Luis Aparicio collection and the thrill of finding rare items.

Smalltimore, sports and the trust of local news

As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour always seeks to introduce mutual old friends of ours and network to make new friends, this time its our favorite family chiropractor and philosopher Steve Elliott joining longtime WBAL broadcaster John Patti and Nestor to discuss Smalltimore, rubgy and how we view and discuss local sports and news at Pappas in Parkville.

A summer splash of new games

Executive Director John Martin of The Maryland Lottery discusses some new summer promotions and the big winners of Orioles Home Run Riches tally as the Birds keep hitting ’em big.

Removing the stigma – and the “crime”

Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness joins Nestor to discuss various topics surrounding legislation, key industry challenges, and expungement of cannabis-related offenses.

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.

Orioles still hitting ’em big for Home Run Riches

With the Orioles doing late night duty on the West Coast, Seth Elkin of The Maryland Lottery talks some baseball records and Home Run Riches winners with Nestor for the holiday weekend of pennant race fever.

Greg Hawkes: Taking Hall of Fame music of The Cars for a drive home to Maryland

Marylander Greg Hawkes of The Cars comes home with the hits performing with Eddie Japan at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis on Saturday night. The Atholton High grad tells tales of being an usher at Merriweather Post Pavilion, seeing the Beatles at the Baltimore Civic Center and his incredible band’s journey from Boston to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

A life in East Baltimore soccer and sports with Curley’s Barry Stitz

They shared the same Eastwood Little League diamonds as kids in the 1970s and five decades later, former Blast and Spirit star Barry Stitz of Archbishop Curley and Nestor come full circle with a lengthy conversation about Little Flower, having great parents and coaches who loved sports and how soccer has powered his Friars’ loyalty since those sandlot days at the Joseph Lee Fields.

Understanding the legacy and role of Harry Dalton in Baltimore

Author and baseball historian Lee Kluck joins Nestor to discuss his new book on life and baseball legacy of Harry Dalton, who was instrumental in the Oriole Way of the 1960s in Baltimore before recreating the California Angels and Milwaukee Brewers two decades later.

It’s time to tell some legendary Tom Matte stories…

Author Joel Poiley gives Nestor the full back story about his book on the life and times and amazing career of Baltimore Colts legend Tom Matte. “Last Man Standing” is coming this summer for anyone who wants to know more about the late, great running back we all met and loved around town.

The science of the terpenes in a Terrapin state

The terpenes are the science that makes it work. Our Chief Cannabis Officer Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness brings the terpene knowledge and explains more about getting a better wellness experience for adult use education.

Having a grand time with Home Run Riches

Seth Elkin of The Maryland Lottery goes deep on the latest winners of the Home Run Riches and large Orioles payouts for hitting those big flies at Camden Yards.

The Almost Famous Joan Jett chat from Nestor’s youth

When Nestor was the rock music critic at The Baltimore Evening Sun in the early 1990s, he interviewed hundreds of musicians. This is a long lost chat with Joan Jett that oozes her love of the Baltimore Orioles and Memorial Stadium.

Going back to Summer Camp with Hootie and The Blowfish

Sure, they’ll always be known as a South Carolina band, but Hootie and The Blowfish guitarist Mark Bryan is always quick to point out his Maryland roots for home and sports. He catches up on Orioles Magic, thirty years of friendship with Nestor and the not-so-cracked rear view of a life in making music that is currently making fans happy on the road with all the hits.

How much should Rutschman be behind the plate?

After a fourth consecutive loss on Monday night, the Orioles are reeling a bit with cold bats and a fatigued squad. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the depth of the Guardians bullpen and why Adley Rutschman doesn’t catch every night.

Beautiful music and Orioles baseball

When the Maryland Crab Cake Tour puts friends together, the wisdom flows. Our Allen McCallum and Baltimore Magazine Editor-In-Chief Max Weiss share symphonic musical notes and their mutual Orioles love with Nestor at Koco’s Pub in Lauraville.

Orioles look for bats to awaken at home against Guard

As the Orioles bats went silent over the weekend in Houston, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the fatigue of a long June and the let down after an emotional week in New York. Now, here come the first-place Cleveland Guardians with the kind of bullpen Baltimore could use down the stretch.

Going to the modern movies with Max and Allen

We never have more fun on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour than when we’re laughing with old friends who have become new friends. Our OG Orioles ballpark reporter and symphony man Allen McCallum joined legendary movie critic and Baltimore Magazine Editor-In-Chief Max Weiss taking Nestor to the modern movies and cinema at Koco’s Pub in Lauraville. Who needs Siskel and Ebert?

The heat of The Open and summer golf love at Forest Park

Our resident PGA pro and Baltimore sports lover Richard Sheppard Jr. of Forest Park returns to update us on beating the summer heat, getting juniors schooled up on weekdays at Classic Five Golf and dreams of playing a course like Royal Troon and The Open in Scotland this weekend.

How to Move beyond the balm and gel and into a chew for relief

In our continuing education about ways that cannabis is helping folks with aches, pains and soreness, Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness tells Nestor how to now Move even more without the balm or gel he’s used successfully for back relief and inflammation.

The best days of summer for young folks to get healthy

Justin Drummond discusses the fourth year of Planet Fitness’s High School Summer Pass program, which offers free gym access to teens from June 1 to August 31. This initiative aims to promote physical and mental well-being among youth, combating childhood obesity and encouraging a healthy lifestyle in a judgment-free environment.

Remembering Jacoby Jones

The news of the death of former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XLVII champion Jacoby Jones came as a shock to everyone this weekend. A few photos and a long conversation about his dancing prowess. We will remember the laughs and the good times.

Rediscovering the art and love of collecting sports collectibles

Local sports memorabilia expert Danny Black joined Nestor to discuss their lifelong shared love for collecting baseball cards and sports memorabilia. From the hobby’s evolution and its modern aspects, Nestor shares modern tales of his amazing Luis Aparicio collection and the thrill of finding rare items.

Smalltimore, sports and the trust of local news

As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour always seeks to introduce mutual old friends of ours and network to make new friends, this time its our favorite family chiropractor and philosopher Steve Elliott joining longtime WBAL broadcaster John Patti and Nestor to discuss Smalltimore, rubgy and how we view and discuss local sports and news at Pappas in Parkville.

A summer splash of new games

Executive Director John Martin of The Maryland Lottery discusses some new summer promotions and the big winners of Orioles Home Run Riches tally as the Birds keep hitting ’em big.

Removing the stigma – and the “crime”

Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness joins Nestor to discuss various topics surrounding legislation, key industry challenges, and expungement of cannabis-related offenses.

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.

Orioles still hitting ’em big for Home Run Riches

With the Orioles doing late night duty on the West Coast, Seth Elkin of The Maryland Lottery talks some baseball records and Home Run Riches winners with Nestor for the holiday weekend of pennant race fever.

Greg Hawkes: Taking Hall of Fame music of The Cars for a drive home to Maryland

Marylander Greg Hawkes of The Cars comes home with the hits performing with Eddie Japan at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis on Saturday night. The Atholton High grad tells tales of being an usher at Merriweather Post Pavilion, seeing the Beatles at the Baltimore Civic Center and his incredible band’s journey from Boston to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

A life in East Baltimore soccer and sports with Curley’s Barry Stitz

They shared the same Eastwood Little League diamonds as kids in the 1970s and five decades later, former Blast and Spirit star Barry Stitz of Archbishop Curley and Nestor come full circle with a lengthy conversation about Little Flower, having great parents and coaches who loved sports and how soccer has powered his Friars’ loyalty since those sandlot days at the Joseph Lee Fields.

Understanding the legacy and role of Harry Dalton in Baltimore

Author and baseball historian Lee Kluck joins Nestor to discuss his new book on life and baseball legacy of Harry Dalton, who was instrumental in the Oriole Way of the 1960s in Baltimore before recreating the California Angels and Milwaukee Brewers two decades later.

It’s time to tell some legendary Tom Matte stories…

Author Joel Poiley gives Nestor the full back story about his book on the life and times and amazing career of Baltimore Colts legend Tom Matte. “Last Man Standing” is coming this summer for anyone who wants to know more about the late, great running back we all met and loved around town.

The science of the terpenes in a Terrapin state

The terpenes are the science that makes it work. Our Chief Cannabis Officer Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness brings the terpene knowledge and explains more about getting a better wellness experience for adult use education.

Having a grand time with Home Run Riches

Seth Elkin of The Maryland Lottery goes deep on the latest winners of the Home Run Riches and large Orioles payouts for hitting those big flies at Camden Yards.

The Almost Famous Joan Jett chat from Nestor’s youth

When Nestor was the rock music critic at The Baltimore Evening Sun in the early 1990s, he interviewed hundreds of musicians. This is a long lost chat with Joan Jett that oozes her love of the Baltimore Orioles and Memorial Stadium.

Going back to Summer Camp with Hootie and The Blowfish

Sure, they’ll always be known as a South Carolina band, but Hootie and The Blowfish guitarist Mark Bryan is always quick to point out his Maryland roots for home and sports. He catches up on Orioles Magic, thirty years of friendship with Nestor and the not-so-cracked rear view of a life in making music that is currently making fans happy on the road with all the hits.

How much should Rutschman be behind the plate?

After a fourth consecutive loss on Monday night, the Orioles are reeling a bit with cold bats and a fatigued squad. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the depth of the Guardians bullpen and why Adley Rutschman doesn’t catch every night.

Beautiful music and Orioles baseball

When the Maryland Crab Cake Tour puts friends together, the wisdom flows. Our Allen McCallum and Baltimore Magazine Editor-In-Chief Max Weiss share symphonic musical notes and their mutual Orioles love with Nestor at Koco’s Pub in Lauraville.

Orioles look for bats to awaken at home against Guard

As the Orioles bats went silent over the weekend in Houston, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the fatigue of a long June and the let down after an emotional week in New York. Now, here come the first-place Cleveland Guardians with the kind of bullpen Baltimore could use down the stretch.

Going to the modern movies with Max and Allen

We never have more fun on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour than when we’re laughing with old friends who have become new friends. Our OG Orioles ballpark reporter and symphony man Allen McCallum joined legendary movie critic and Baltimore Magazine Editor-In-Chief Max Weiss taking Nestor to the modern movies and cinema at Koco’s Pub in Lauraville. Who needs Siskel and Ebert?

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