Baltimore Magazine Editor-in-Chief Max Weiss has spent three decades lending annual wisdom on the topic of crab cakes to local lore. And, yes, we talked movies and stuff, too! But no cello this time...
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.
When you ask Nestor his favorite current band, he'll tell you it's this one. And who knew the sweet-soul voiced drummer is a kid from Owings Mills? What a great band. What a great story. Relax, unwind and groove this one...
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour stop presented by The Maryland Lottery at Pappas Restaurant in Cockeysville was so much fun that Mike Bordick and Nestor did some bonus talk about the impact of baseball in the community and significance of Orioles to Baltimore.
Broadcaster Deion Broxton tells his story about how a kid from West Baltimore found himself in the path of a herd of bison in Yellowstone Park – and the aftermath of becoming instantly famous and doing TV in Bozeman.
Believeland producer Andy Billman joins Nestor to recall the Cleveland and Baltimore wars and a lost Indians tale of sadness a century ago in his "War On The Diamond" documentary about the on-field death of Ray Chapman.
At the First Annual Nasty Nice Guy Awards in 1997 in Glen Burnie, two legends talked boxing, horse racing and kindness. The late great Clem Florio and Vince Bagli educate Nestor on Baltimore sports history. And Earnest Byner joins them.
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..."