The Maryland Crab Cake Tour has taught us that the fish tales of the demise of the Ocean City that we love are greatly exaggerated. But what's the best way to keep the beach thriving after a very successful 2021 summer that is still in progress.
The lockdown and the fatigue of COVID is real. As we head into winter and time at home, this is an ideal time to examine your will, trusts and re-examine the future in the aftermath of the pandemic. We sought out Lou Weinkam in Catonsville for some solid advice.
Erik Sauer and Jennifer Aparicio discuss the role of local charity There Goes My Hero is saving the lives of leukemia and blood cancer patients. Both are still with us because of incredible doctors and miraculous German donors from the bone marrow registry.
We originally booked Ron Cassie of Baltimore Magazine to discuss the cover of this month's local dish but then he wound up on the front steps of U.S. Capitol in the middle of the insurrection on January 6th.
Our inaugural chat at Baltimore Positive was with Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger during better times in April 2019. Now with the election and COVID and Ravens' season all very much in progress, we took some serious citizen time with Dutch.
Buffalo sports historian Mike Billoni is joined by legendary local sports cartoonist Mike Ricigliano to discuss the not-for-long Blue Jays miracle in Western New York. And the forty years and a century that came before that...
The Marching Ravens leader John Ziemann joins Nestor to reminisce about old Memorial Stadium tales and the time Lou Grant took him around town to learn the magic of the Baltimore Colts marching band. Did you see "The Fanatics" or "The Fumbleheads" back in the 1990s?
True fact: Orioles pitcher Rick Sutcliffe and the world's most legendary man were close friends. Murray came to Camden Yards a lot in the early days and hung out in the clubhouse. He was from Chicago. Nestor's name was Aparicio. The request was John Winger from the "Chicks dig me" speech in Stripes. We were mutts...