Introducing some new games and holiday themes with Maryland Lottery and Gaming Director John Martin, who gives us the latest on sports wagering and SWARC and getting fans to keep the action here in the state.
It got a little emotional as Nestor told some Scunny tales from Canton and some Nacho Mama's memories while later admitting he really needed a Natty Boh to wash it down. We'll save that one for Mama's On The Half Shell in Canton later on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.
Luke Jones and Nestor take a deep dive on why Lamar Jackson and Ravens are getting questions about a contact that both sides need to navigate deftly in the coming months as the clock ticks on his rookie deal.
You have questions. We have questions. Dr. Gregory Branch does an incredible job of explaining how the vaccine really works in your body and the ideology behind the significance of this American COVID vaccination process.
The amazing journey of former NBA forward Brian Rowsom takes the international language of hoops from countries to continents as a coach and counselor for hire all over the globe. Let him tell you why diversity and culture matter.
Because serendipity has been on the menu throughout this crazy month of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour, fitness coach Sandra Gallagher-Mohler offers some wisdom and advice for being in the right place at the right time.
After his own cancer battle, the Governor of Maryland joined the WNST crew for a night that brought together the Ravens and Steelers, John Harbaugh, Brian Billick and Mike Tomlin – all for There Goes My Hero. This became the inspiration for Baltimore Positive.
While watching the Orioles play the Mets in Queens and hearing Cakes on the MASN call, Nestor reached to venerable New York Daily News baseball insider Bill Madden to tell some tales from the 1969 crypt. Oh, and there was the time at Cross Keys on the Yankees beat when he witnessed the Billy Martin-Ed Whitson bar brawl.
True story: Nestor took voice lessons from the affable and always available Whiteman on Harford Road when his throat was hurting from screaming on the radio every day in the 1990s. "Ya got nothin' to lose..."