In order to prepare for the future, we need to seek answers from the past. The Greater Baltimore Committee has been leading the way for business and development in our city for more than 60 years. Mohler and Aparicio catch up with Don Fry of the GBC to discuss the current state of our city and solutions.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by the Maryland Lottery featured all women, small business owners at an impromptu stop at Mother's in Federal Hill. Hear the stories of SoBotanical owner Theresa Cangialosi and Live Baltimore founder and cancer survivor Tracy Gosson as part of our Friday conversations.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour returned to Costas Inn in Dundalk for a long chat with two Baltimore County Executives as Johnny Olszewski joins Don Mohler for some serious information on how local government has worked to help citizens through the pandemic.
Legendary local rock promoter Bud Becker joins Nestor to tell old rock and roll tales of a little bar in South Baltimore that shook the music world. And other Almost Famous tales about a 17-year old kid backstage learning about the world with a notebook...
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.
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..."
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.
The first firewalk was in the summer of 1994. After that, Nestor invited Robbins onto the radio show to discuss athletes and peak performers managing their state and achieving success against all odds.
After three decades of DMV worldwide sports coverage at the Associated Press, Dave Ginsburg is hanging up the laptop. At least for now. He joins Nestor for a fun retrospective of Baltimore and Washington and memories and press box food.
Nestor first had the Hall of Famer on the show at the Ed Block Courage Awards in 1997 but this is a more modern chat about what happens after you win a championship and the level of involvement in maintaining greatness after achievement.