Sam Sessa and Jimi Haha tell Nestor about bringing the kids together in Annapolis to see Jimmie's Chicken Shack and recount the story of the first concert of their childhood. Who loves Styx and Black Sabbath?
Sam Sessa and Jimi Haha tell Nestor about bringing the kids together in Annapolis on to see Jimmie's Chicken Shack and recount the story of the first concert of their childhood. Who loves Styx and Black Sabbath?
Reporter Pamela Wood of The Baltimore Banner tells Nestor what she knows about the Ravens new stadium lease and the Orioles future as Maryland is about to undergo a massive change of government in Annapolis.
The thirtieth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured the next Governor of Maryland, Wes Moore, along with some old friends to celebrate the end of another marathon tour of The Free State.
In the aftermath of his brilliant stage production of "Baltimore, You Have No Idea," our favorite columnist from The Baltimore Sun Dan Rodricks continues his tales of the good and bad of Baltimore and why we care about its image, reality and future.
Longtime sports columnist and insider Bob Kravitz joins Nestor from Indianapolis where Jim Irsay might be one of the remaining owners to covet the Ravens former MVP quarterback. Will the Colts make a play for Lamar Jackson? As all Baltimore folks know, if it says "Irsay" it's usually unpredictable.
After hijacking the Coaches Breakfast press conference with John Harbaugh and the national media with a tweet outing his March 2 trade request, we wonder what happens next for the Ravens' disgruntled former MVP quarterback. Luke Jones and Nestor answer the Lamar Jackson mandate for the Baltimore Ravens and opine on the few possibilities for peace and prosperity in this broken relationship.
As Opening Day looms, our longtime Orioles insider Luke Jones gets Nestor pumped for Opening Day and a real Orioles season of hope and questions. First up, the new rules and new schedule format and how it might help the Birds' chances of getting to October baseball.