When COVID forced us to switch The Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery to a new location, our friends at Mother's in Federal Hill fed us a quarter of a century of South Baltimore (sorta via New Orleans) awesomeness on The Purple Patio.
One of the benefits of the weekly Friday afternoon Maryland Crab Cake Tour is inviting our favorite people onto the show to talk about Weis wisdom, expertise and gratitude. Dr. Steve Elliott and his wife Alison of Elliott Family Chiropractic Life told Nestor about their 50 bar Maryland pub crawl that will make you thirsty for more adjustments.
Because it's Eagles Week here for Ravens fans, it's a good time to reach to veteran radio producer Jimmy Shapiro for a discussion on gambling on modern football, what happens in Las Vegas and life as a displaced Philadelphia Eagles fan in rainy Seattle.
Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis brings Nestor some fresh air and thoughts on the departure of Big Ben in Pittsburgh and how the cities are always in battle and the rivalry never dims. Not even to watch Cincinnati.
It's been a while since Caps historian Ed Frankovic dropped by to talk hockey and playoffs with Nestor. As the Islanders play into June, this one got spicy three years after a Stanley Cup parade in D.C. and the Leonsis lies about bringing the chalice to Baltimore.
You might not know the story of the 1977 MEAC champions at Morgan State. Or what happened to the coach? Or his kid? Or the white guy on the team whose brother became the drummer in The Black Crowes. The incredible life of Jim Gorman told by a local kid...
Legendary guitarist Nils Lofgren of the E Street Band joins WNST.net's Nestor Aparicio for the first of a long series of questions and conversations about the history of Bruce Springsteen and the Super Bowl in Tampa Bay on the eve of their performance at Raymond James Stadium.
Longtime NFL insider Clark Judge goes from "Ghost To the Post" and Bert Jones birthday to Al Davis and Art Modell and Bob Irsay and John Elway how in the world the Oakland Raiders ever wound up in Las Vegas. What would Pete Rozelle make of this?