When Nestor's childhood pal and lifer restaurateur Brian Eder bought a new place at the corner of Highland and Foster, we knew this view would kick off the local portion of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.
Her tenure over four decades at WBAL has been remarkable. You know her from TV but we wanted to take a deeper dive into what makes Jayne Miller tick in 2020 and why journalism, news and facts still matter in our country and society.
Back in August 2016, the Severna Park native and longtime rock and roll drummer talked about coming to an Orioles game to bring awareness to his brother Jim's MSA (Multiple System Atrophy) diagnosis. This is an incredible story with Morgan State roots and pays tribute to an incredible local life we lost recently.
Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick submitted to being grilled by fan-boy Nestor about picks, guitars, family, songs, taking the subway to Budokan in Tokyo and the history of the Cheap Trick logo. Charisma and magnetism back on stage after the pandemic! We're all alright...
Hard to believe it'll be eight years since Rob Roblin stopped doing the news in all of that awful weather! The greatest conversation ever with the legendary WBAL journalist at El Guapo on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.
The Orioles are a doormat. The Nationals won the World Series. The Ravens have the NFL MVP. And the R...well, the Washington Football Team doesn't have a name and Daniel Snyder hears the echo of the power of the shield.
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?
Back in 2007, Nestor Aparicio did the 48-hour "Where to Go in Buffalo" video prior to a horrible Ravens loss to the Bills in Orchard Park. At least's Nestor's in North Tonowanda served a legit hot dog. Oh, and the wings were solid as well...
This picture was taken in 1989 backstage at Hammerjacks. Locally born and bred drummer Steve Gorman (on right in Orioles orinthologically correct hat) will take over the story from there in the aftermath of his best-selling book on the history of the notoriously infamous Black Crowes and life with The Brothers Robinson.