In search of the perfect Maryland crab cake, serendipity struck again as Heather Mizeur recommended 98 Cannon on the Chester River where she lives and Nestor's longtime pal Chris Golder happened to be the one running it. The lore and allure of the good life in Chestertown on the Eastern Shore.
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.
Now that the Ravens game is finally over, someone in Owings Mills better be stepping out in front of the truth and facts surrounding how the franchise became a petri dish of COVID that embarrassed the organization on and off the field. The fan base changed their schedules four times this week to watch "our" team. Where is the leadership in providing answers?
Because he can't find his picture with Mark Bryan during this era, this is Darius Rucker. This one might include the time when Nestor got them a gig doing the National Anthem at Camden Yards before an Orioles game and Rucker was trapped on the golf course. Perhaps...
The University of Delaware Magazine is doing a feature story on Joe Flacco, now that he has made his way back to Philadelphia via the Eagles. Editor Artika Casini asks Nestor to tell some Joe Cool tales of Baltimore Ravens lore.