In the second part of our chat with Baltimore Sun crime reporter and author of a new book on the viciously corrupt Gun Trace Task in our city, Justin Fenton takes us behind the story of his narrative and upcoming television series with local icon David Simon.
We're used to being at the games. Or having friends over. Or being at an awesome place like Franco's in Catonsville. But what happens when tacos win and wings lose? Anyone else as superstitious about Ravens game day food spreads?
Continuing our Teacher Appreciation Month with an homage to Miss Carolyn Houk, the best reading teacher ever! And you'll get some awesome Jinokoya music and tales of the Far East in this one from Melissa Houk...
Let Nestor and the Weis guys from all of the local stores on the east side tell you about the re-emergence of the Dundalk Heritage Fair after the pandemic shut down a local American institution on the 4th of July. Bands. Beer. Families. Fun. And the tradition of ribbing the Patapsco folks for old Owls is all back!
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..."
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?
A recurring guest in recent years as he left the drum kit of The Black Crowes to become a sports radio host at Fox Sports Radio, Gorman and Nestor catches up on Orioles, NFL and life in Nashville with the new band Trigger Hippy.
Rob Halford discusses four decades of Judas Priest with nothing to lose at all. And Nestor shares memories of the night when a 17-year old #AlmostFamous version of himself was treated with kindness by the legend.