Friday, September 30, 2022

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A frank discussion about the night this website crashed under heavy traffic

Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection joins Nestor Aparicio to discuss the night a major announcement about his media pass with the Baltimore Ravens being rescinded crashed the Baltimore Positive website – and what happened next. A business and digital leadership course ensued. Out of disaster comes opportunity! (Oh, and you're gonna love the way this website looks next week...)

Adding up what you can save this fall if you’re smart with your money

Leonard Raskin joins Nestor at Kooper's North for a serious fall financial sit down and some money wisdom. And in advance of Dogfest, they shared some mutual tales of pets and love and puppies and kittens.

Playing big at the beach

Al "Hondo" Handy tells his incredible story from the playgrounds of the Eastern Shore to his four decades of involvement with Recreation and Parks and kids in Ocean City.

Reach for Jacksonville Beach by getting those Ravens scratchoffs entered

John Martin tells Nestor to hurry if you wanna win Ravens big Maryland Lottery trip to Jacksonville

Getting ready for Josh Allen vs. Lamar Jackson

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor discuss the wonders of Lamar Jackson as the might Buffalo Bills await a 1 p.m. showdown on Sunday in Baltimore.

For the love of the animals

Kate Pika of Baltimore Humane Society joins Nestor on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour to discuss his important role in being a celebrity judge at DogFest on October 15 at the beautiful campus in Reisterstown.

Getting the goods on the gumbo at Kooper’s North

Sure, it's the Maryland Crab Cake Tour but Nestor was determined to go for the world famous gumbo when manager Terry Beck and local realtor Caroline Evans came by the set to talk about the Cheers of Mays Chapel.

Is there any other MVP candidate quite like Lamar Jackson?

With the Buffalo Bills headed to Baltimore and Lamar Jackson coming off another five touchdown performance in New England, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the improvement of the most valuable – and unsigned – quarterback in all the land.

Telling the story of local college basketball for Cal Sr. Foundation

The 10th Annual Men's College Basketball Tip-off returns to downtown Baltimore on October 3rd. Local business leaders Terry "Tark" Aronson and Frank Culotta discuss the history of the event and how Gary Williams, Jay Wright, Jay Bilas and Scott Van Pelt have helped lift the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation and children in tough circumstances through sports.

#ColumnNes There are no bad wins over Bill Belichick in Foxboro

But don’t bury the lead in this one: Lamar Jackson (still) might be the best player in the National Football League and his “value” as a Most Valuable Player continues to soar as he does things no one has ever done at the most valuable position on the field and the most difficult position to play in all of sports.
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