Wednesday, February 21, 2024

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WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 20 – The legacy of the Baltimore Colts and Indianapolis

It's complicated – and always will be, the Colts thing in Baltimore for anyone who was alive in 1984. Over a quarter of a century it's never been ignored but back in 2011 at the Indianapolis Super Bowl, Nestor finally put down the sword and the horseshoe for his mental health writing a letter to the citizens of Indiana that got nearly a million views during Radio Row week. But it didn't come without raising a whole lotta hell for a quarter of a century.

The Peter Principles (Ch. 13): Mi$ter Angelo$ & $on$ Network change$ everything for two citie$

Peter G. Angelos threatens MLB and gets his every wish fulfilled in 2005 and the Orioles – and Washington baseball – would never be the same.

Local musician Ed Lauer joins Nestor and Ricig for a winding discuss of Orioles baseball history in Baltimore

Serendipity followed our WNST 25th Anniversary celebration as local sports cartoonist Ricig gifted a surprise visit and local musician Ed Lauer joined Nestor at Costas Inn for a winding discussion about a quarter of a century of lousy Orioles baseball, the Bob Irsay dummy and the dream for another orange parade in Baltimore.

Former Baltimore Sun editor Bob Nusgart tells Nestor why he gave him a sports journalism life in 1984 at The News American that became...

Former Baltimore Sun editor Bob Nusgart tells Nestor why he gave him a sports journalism life in 1984 at The News American that became WNST

The magic of Orioles baseball and musical friendship

Serendipity followed our WNST 25th Anniversary celebration as local sports cartoonist Ricig gifted a surprise visit and local musician Ed Lauer joined Nestor at Costas Inn for a winding discussion about a quarter of a century of lousy Orioles baseball, the Bob Irsay dummy and the dream for another orange parade in Baltimore.

There is no WNST without a guy named Bob Nusgart

It took Nestor Aparicio more than 31 years to finally corral his first boss and the man who sponsored his "big break" at The Baltimore Sun in 1986 to come on the radio show and tell all. Let former Baltimore Sun editor Bob Nusgart tell you (and Nestor) why he gave him a sports journalism life in 1984 at The News American that eventually became WNST at the 25th Anniversary at Costas Inn.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 10: Union Brewing in Hampden and The Crab Queen in Randallstown

The tenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a lunchtime tour of Union Brewing in Hampden with gracious host and founder Adam Benesch and an insanely delicious crab cake and platter from The Crab Queen in Randallstown.

Thirty years after Mayflower crime, I’ve pardoned Irsay and moved on from the hate

I’ve decided that I need to move on from those feelings about the Irsay family and the whole “Baltimore needs to get even with Indianapolis” feelings of Mayflowers and drunk press conferences and dread and anger. I just can’t carry this with me for the rest of my life.

Dear Peter G. Angelos: Time will not dim the awfulness of your deeds

Recapping 25 years of the worst ownership imaginable, Nestor opens up in a #DearOrioles letter to Peter G. Angelos and asks him "What is next?" for a wayward Orioles franchise...

MASN Money For Dummies (Part 4): Sue, sue, sue for the home team – Angelos v. Everyone

Peter G. Angelos once told The Baltimore Sun: “No one wants to litigate but one has to sometimes...”
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How will Orioles replace Kyle Bradish?

With the first news out of spring training in Sarasota a very bad report on the ace of last season Kyle Bradish, Luke Jones joins Nestor to discuss the UCL injury and the never-ending pitching concerns for Orioles general manager Mike Elias and where the team will turn before Opening Day.

Crab Cake Row: When you know you’re making a difference with the “You Matter” love movement

Our pal and longtime WJZ television producer Mark "The Blade" Brodinsky tells Nestor the "why" behind his "You Matter" message and movement at Pappas in Cockeysville on "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" at Baltimore Positive.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts in midst of offseason planning

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Crab Cake Row: Tanya Keitz tells Nestor about Show Your Soft Side and Pawject Runway on April 4th

Always here for the pets and the softie in all of us, Nestor invites Tanya Keitz over to Costas Inn in Dundalk to discuss Show Your Soft Side and another awesome Pawject Runway on April 4th at CFG Bank Arena for the animals at BARCS.

Crab Cake Row: Caitlyn Kirby talks food insecurity and the Catonsville Emergency Assistance pantry

Caitlyn Kirby talks food insecurity and the good work of the Catonsville Emergency Assistance pantry at State Fare on "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" for the Maryland Food Bank.

Crab Cake Row: Adam Rosenberg and Center For Hope helping women and children heal from trauma and abuse

Bill Cole and Nestor ask hard questions about a sensitive topic at State Fare in Catonsville on "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" for the Maryland Food Bank. Adam Rosenberg and the Center For Hope helping women and children heal from trauma and abuse tackles an issue we don't talk enough about in public.

Crab Cake Row: Serving the Baltimore Homecoming community with prominent folks giving back and getting hometown involved

Mandy Snyder gives Nestor latest updates on Baltimore Homecoming community progress at Koco's Pub on "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" in Lauraville for the Maryland Food Bank. And Nestor shares the time they made him and his wife into a pancake for breakfast in 2019.
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