It was easy to pick up pounds during the lockdown but summer is a great time to change your diet and take advantage of delicious fresh fruits and vegetables. Some of us know about summer overload and beach bodies.
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.
Erik Sauer and Jennifer Aparicio discuss the role of local charity There Goes My Hero is saving the lives of leukemia and blood cancer patients. Both are still with us because of incredible doctors and miraculous German donors from the bone marrow registry.
After months of backaches and strains from sitting too long and staring at his computer building Baltimore Positive, Nestor called David Noel at MOI and moved into the 21st century post-pandemic life of working in comfort from home.
When the Secretary of Kindness of an Eastern Shore town reaches out to you on a Maryland Crab Cake Tour, you open the seat and share a conversation and some carefully considered condiments on your crustacean. Meet Grace Foxwell Murdock and her mission of the heart.
Before the death of the guitarist virtuoso, Van Halen historian Greg Renoff discussed his journey in writing about how four kids from Southern California got signed and became the biggest rock band in the world. Little dreamers, indeed...
If you don't know the story of Krish Vignarajah, you should. Let her tell you how her family fleeing a civil war in Sri Lanka and her roots in Woodlawn and her run at the State House led her to the Inner Harbor as head of Lutheran Immigration Refugee Services.
While watching the Orioles play the Mets in Queens and hearing Cakes on the MASN call, Nestor reached to venerable New York Daily News baseball insider Bill Madden to tell some tales from the 1969 crypt. Oh, and there was the time at Cross Keys on the Yankees beat when he witnessed the Billy Martin-Ed Whitson bar brawl.
On the eve of their annual return to Ramshead On-Stage in Annapolis, guitarist Jim Babjak of The Smithereens shares a beer and joins Nestor to toast the years and cheers and tears of their longtime friendship. One night, at Bohager's...or was it Hammerjacks?