Marshall Weston of Restaurant Association of Maryland joins Nestor at Costas Inn on the #CrabCakeTour to give all of the "in the kitchen" details of Maryland Restaurant Week from September 17th through 26th all over our great state. Eat! Drink! Enjoy!
In the second part of our chat with Baltimore Sun crime reporter and author of a new book on the viciously corrupt Gun Trace Task in our city, Justin Fenton takes us behind the story of his narrative and upcoming television series with local icon David Simon.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour concluded its month-long adventure at The Boatyard in Eastport with a long, wide-ranging chat with Governor Larry Hogan, who debated Red Line, masks, school openings, taxes and statewide broadband with Don and Nestor.
A spirited debate about all of the things we miss about life B.C. – before Covid. Todd Schuler and Nestor debate the Atlantic beaches and Northern Lights and visions of all that is ahead once we get this vaccine and pandemic handled.
It got a little emotional as Nestor told some Scunny tales from Canton and some Nacho Mama's memories while later admitting he really needed a Natty Boh to wash it down. We'll save that one for Mama's On The Half Shell in Canton later on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.
Our fifth stop on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour takes us just across the Anne Arundel County border to Linthicum Heights and a chance to chat with G&A owner John Zoulis about how he sells so many and where the legend of this tasty cake began.
True fact: Orioles pitcher Rick Sutcliffe and the world's most legendary man were close friends. Murray came to Camden Yards a lot in the early days and hung out in the clubhouse. He was from Chicago. Nestor's name was Aparicio. The request was John Winger from the "Chicks dig me" speech in Stripes. We were mutts...
At some point, Nestor will find the old tape of his late 1980s #AlmostFamous chat with Schenker during the "Anytime" era but this was the grown up lock back at an incredible career as a metal guitar influencer.
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.
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.
Our old pal and NFL historian Jason Cole brings the relentless story of John Elway – after he escaped Bob Irsay and ascended to Denver – to life in a new book and talks NFL draft with Nestor. But what could've been for Baltimore...