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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 12: Jailbreak in Columbia and The Market at River Falls in Potomac

The twelfth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a concert jaunt over the Virginia state line but we caught a tasty beer at Jailbreak in Howard County and heard about a unique crab cake in Potomac in Montgomery County.

Angelo Rodriguez of Pappas Restaurant tells Nestor about 50 years of crab cakes and new Bel Air spot

Angelo Rodriguez of Pappas Restaurant tells Nestor about 50 years of crab cakes and new Bel Air spot

Adding up 50 years of crab cakes for Pappas Restaurant family

Longtime general manager Angelo Rodriguez of Pappas Restaurant tells Nestor about 50 years of crab cakes and the new Bel Air spot coming in February.

Wes Moore tells us how the next four years are going to be different for Maryland

Wes Moore tells Nestor and Don his plans to make Maryland growth a source of pride over next decade

Wes Moore explains his vision for Maryland over next decade

Wes Moore joins Nestor and Don to talk campaign and celebrate Maryland and end of Crab Cake Tour

Glassman is reaching to the center in race for Comptroller

Harford County Executive Barry Glassman is running a different kind of race than he thought when he entered the election season and battle against Democratic nominee Brooke Lierman for who handles the money in Annapolis.

Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor discuss why Baltimore deserves nice things

Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor discuss why Baltimore deserves nice things

Why Baltimore deserves nice things

With a new Arena coming and cranes in the sky in Port Covington and a new golf track running next to the freeway downtown, Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor discuss why so many outside businesses and people and investors still believe in the Baltimore that we do.

For the love of South Baltimore

Finally, Nestor got Councilwoman Phylicia Porter of District 10 of Baltimore City to drop by Faidley's in Lexington Market for a lengthy Maryland Crab Cake Tour chat about progress and pride and challenges from Cherry Hill to Carroll Park.

Finding affordable housing and a better life in District 14

Councilwoman Odette Ramos joins Nestor at Faidley's on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour for a spirited discussion about ways to lift Baltimore and making progress at City Hall.
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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 12: Jailbreak in Columbia and The Market at River Falls in Potomac

The twelfth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a concert jaunt over the Virginia state line but we caught a tasty beer at Jailbreak in Howard County and heard about a unique crab cake in Potomac in Montgomery County.

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