There are still many unanswered questions surrounding the Jeffrey Epstein case, and author Barry Levine seeks to answer them. Levine joins Nestor to talk old Baltimore journalism and his book: The Spider: Inside the Criminal Web of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
It's no secret that we love animals. The folks at BARCS always have needs for the pets, which is why Bailey Deacon stopped by to share the love of dogs and cats and how you can contribute on #GivingTuesday.
Smalltimore - the remarkable phenomenon of running into a friend (or a friend of a friend) anywhere around Baltimore! Nestor, Mike Rosenfeld, and Tommy Chagouris talk and crab cakes at Nick's Grandstand Grill
As Nestor and his family make their big move and with interest rates at an all-time low, we reached to our financial analyst Leonard Raskin to discuss the caveat emptor of let the buyer beware in home ownership.
After Nestor decided to order something he couldn't even identify at State Fare, he reached to Evan Brown for a full clarification of another new way to make things taste great in Catonsville. Oh, and the kickoff of 30th Anniversary celebration begins at The Beaumont on December 9th.
Legendary Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy joins Nestor to tell the parquet magic story of his hometown, Larry Bird, Bill Walton and building the NBA in Boston Celtics green in his new book: Wish It Lasted Forever
When Harford County Executive Barry Glassman found out that Nestor was moving, he extended the invite north. They gathered at Conrad's in Abingdon to discuss a myriad of issues for the county, Build Back Better and stimulating the local economy while getting folks vaccinated.
A seasoned panel of State House insiders discusses the distanced effects of COVID and a budget crunch on every decision of the Maryland General Assembly over the past 100 days. Pam Wood, Josh Kurtz and Bryan Sears recap a busy session in Nap Town.
Before Max's Taphouse was pouring your favorite craft beers, it was jamming out as popular music venue Max’s on Broadway. Rock and rolling into Fells Point music history with Max's owners Ron and Gail Furman.
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.
If you love the music of Billy Joel and you don't know the incredible story of how an amazing club tribute artist from Long Island got the attention of The Piano Man who then invited him into the touring band, well...you're gonna love this story!
It's been a while since Caps historian Ed Frankovic dropped by to talk hockey and playoffs with Nestor. As the Islanders play into June, this one got spicy three years after a Stanley Cup parade in D.C. and the Leonsis lies about bringing the chalice to Baltimore.
Did you know that 80s pop star Thomas Dolby has been a professor at Johns Hopkins teaching music for several years? It was poetry in motion when he was an ambassador and performer at the inaugural Light City when Nestor first got to say hello in 2016.
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.
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.