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Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor discuss new laws and old belief systems as America votes for change

Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor discuss new laws and old belief systems as America votes for change

Was it high time for Maryland to get legal?

Our chief digital doctor Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection joins Nestor in a discussion of how it felt in the ballot box back on Tuesday as new laws replace old belief systems in America. It only occurs when our votes change our municipalities and country.

Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection and Nestor discuss what makes cities better and more attractive

Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection and Nestor discuss what makes cities better and more attractive

Looking to other American cities that are finding a better way

Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection and Nestor discuss what makes cities better and more attractive. After a recent business trip to Detroit with Baltimore leadership, an assessment of where we are and where we need to go.

Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor have a spirited debate on free speech, Twitter and corruption of news

Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor have a spirited debate on free speech, Twitter and corruption of news

Who has the finger on the button of free speech at Twitter?

Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor have a spirited debate on free speech, Twitter and corruption of news

Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor make a first pitch for the new Baltimore Positive growth team

Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor make a first pitch for the new Baltimore Positive growth team

Building a place like Baltimore Positive brick by brick

Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor make a first pitch for the new Baltimore Positive growth team

Mike Rosenfeld joins Nestor to discuss spring purple football dreams and staying healthy

Mike Rosenfeld joins Nestor to discuss spring purple football dreams and staying healthy

The patience and trust of April for Ravens fans

Mike Rosenfeld joins Nestor to discuss spring purple football dreams and staying healthy
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