As our Maryland Crab Cake Tour extends to Linthicum Heights for the world famous G&M spicy deliciousness, County Executive Steuart Pittman discusses his role in leadership as COVID recedes and Anne Arundel County gets back to business.
It taken some time during the pandemic to get some ambitious local projects fully operational but Arsh Mirmiran of Caves Valley Partners says patience and the long game is the key as we navigate re-opening and new businesses like Watershed during troubled times.
Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis brings Nestor some fresh air and thoughts on the departure of Big Ben in Pittsburgh and how the cities are always in battle and the rivalry never dims. Not even to watch Cincinnati.
Just six weeks into the job at City Hall, Brandon Scott has felt all of the impact of the pandemic and managing COVID and local businesses. We chatted about the legend of Shorty, reopening restaurants, vaccine distribution and the tragic murder of his friend and Safe Streets leader Dante Barksdale.
Sure, it was nice to have a Maryland crab cake with the former Lieutenant Governor but Don and Nestor asked the question everyone wants answered on the Republican side of the gubernatorial ticket next spring.
Decorated author John Feinstein joins Nestor and Don for further discussion on a recent column in The Washington Post regarding Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks dispatching with an American tradition.
After his own cancer battle, the Governor of Maryland joined the WNST crew for a night that brought together the Ravens and Steelers, John Harbaugh, Brian Billick and Mike Tomlin – all for There Goes My Hero. This became the inspiration for Baltimore Positive.
Legendary local comedian Mickey Cucchiella joins Nestor to share and poke fun of three decades of friendship and history and tales about growing up on a Baltimore stage after meeting backstage at Hammerjacks during the glam rock era of the 1980s.
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...
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.
Center Mike Flynn invited Nestor onto the Humvee to record this incredible "home movie" for a one-hour ride down Pratt Street onto the dais with the Lombardi Trophy to City Hall back on January 30, 2001. If you're a Baltimore Ravens fans, go find yourself in this beautiful mess...
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...