The football talk and Super Bowl XXXV win and haka dance at The Barn are all vivid memories from the era of the first purple miracle but we had some good times just singing Christmas songs and laughing…
There are plenty of massive sports fans in Baltimore who don't identify with or follow soccer who could still get behind a few games on the world stage in 2026 if our city can pull off the coup of landing a precious American bid.
Their new weekly Catonsville meets Dundalk segment will cover all sorts of ground – local, political and gastrointestinal – but it started where it all began for Nestor and Don. Another ripe Grapefruit baseball season bearing no spring fruit.
We have all seen our indoor lives change dramatically over the past year and the concern for the quality of the air you breathe becomes paramount. Martin Knott says comfort is critical to productivity and health, including clean air, is critical to life.
The mission of the Baltimore Child Abuse Center is to provide victims of child sexual abuse, trauma and other adverse childhood experience in Baltimore and their non-offending caretakers with comprehensive forensic interviews, medical treatment and mental health services with a goal of preventing future trauma.
In search of the perfect Maryland crab cake, serendipity struck again as Heather Mizeur recommended 98 Cannon on the Chester River where she lives and Nestor's longtime pal Chris Golder happened to be the one running it. The lore and allure of the good life in Chestertown on the Eastern Shore.
Before the death of the guitarist virtuoso, Van Halen historian Greg Renoff discussed his journey in writing about how four kids from Southern California got signed and became the biggest rock band in the world. Little dreamers, indeed...
On a March Madness night in 2005, former New York Giants head coach Jim Fassel joined us at Putty Hill Station to discuss his career and ambitions as the new offensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens. Our conversation about his life and football coaching tells his story. We will miss him...
In the spring of 1994, Meat Loaf made a cameo as a ballpark guest from Oriole Park at Camden Yards on "The Budweiser Sports Forum" on WWLG-AM 1360. We'll find some more visits from the late, great baseball lover Marvin Aday over the years but this was the first chat, which includes co-host Mark Mussina, the brother of Hall of Famer Mike.
When the Frank Zappa Experience came to the Modell, it gave Nestor a chance to ask Ahmet Zappa everything he always wanted to know about the bust at the Highlandtown Library. Plus, what's a hologram concert?
We lost the legendary Tommy Lasorda on Friday. Back in 2002, the Dodgers Hall of Famer joined Nestor here in Baltimore to talk about the changing state of baseball after chicks dug the long ball and the sport was drowning in PEDs.
Over the years, the local sports and rock and roll connection of Nestor and Hootie And The Blowfish has led to several visits from the boys from South Carolina via the D.C. burbs. It gives him a chance to crush them about the Redskins.