In our fourth round of sitdowns with local Baltimore Positive leaders in the community, Damian O'Doherty joins his fellow west sider Don Mohler and Dundalk's Nestor Aparicio to discuss how the areas surrounding the city will be necessary for the re-invention of our downtown and beyond.
With the many cancellations and continued disruption of COVID, how are youngsters playing ball, getting scholarships and following hoops dreams. Our pal Dave Thurston joins Nestor and Don to discuss the future of college basketball after the pandemic.
Always in search of a new way to bend a Crock Pot, Nestor spends some time with Hannah Gratti and Alyssa Marsh of Weis Markets to discuss some weekend football food and creative new dishes for the holidays.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour has brought together friends, sponsors and community members in a fun way. This time at Nacho Mama's in Towson, Dr. Steve Elliott of Elliott Chiropractic Life Center on Joppa Road joins Nestor for food, folks and fundamental education on his vocation of helping folks heal.
Author Seth Wickersham discusses what made the Brady and Belichick model work for so long in New England and elements of his new book "It's Better To Be Feared." Just how much Ravens lore there is in Foxboro? Enough to write about...
Michele Jackman Anthony of National Kidney Foundation joins Nestor to discuss their mutual "fathership" of Phil Jackman and the hockey memories of a childhood tethered to a wonderfully cantankerous and awesome sportswriter from The Evening Sun. And a Jim Palmer story that takes the Cakes...
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..."