After a successful mid-September week of hundreds of Maryland restaurants participating in a state-wide deal in getting folks out for meals this fall, Marshall Weston of R.A.M. joins Nestor at Greenmount Station on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour to discuss the other 51 weeks of the year.
Now that "Top Gun: Maverick" is about to finally be released, here's the two stars of the new film back in February 2020 at the Miami Super Bowl telling Nestor and Luke all about the legacy of the film and why you need to see the original.
After 16 years with the Baltimore Ravens, punter Sam Koch retired from the NFL this week. Luke Jones and Nestor sat down for their final "Ravens Live Show" ever with No. 4 and talked about his life in the land of Big Red.
We never "stick to sports" at Baltimore Positive but we did have a great chat about the future of Orioles, Ravens and lure of soccer and World Cup 2026 for the Charm City with GBC chairman Paul Tiburzi
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour concluded its month-long adventure at The Boatyard in Eastport with a long, wide-ranging chat with Governor Larry Hogan, who debated Red Line, masks, school openings, taxes and statewide broadband with Don and Nestor.
Working through the emotions of never seeing Geddy and Alex on stage with Neil Peart again, Rush superfan Scott Norton and Nestor play counterparts in moving from analog kids to digital men and tell old tales of Gershon's and Jerry Stiller and the rash of paraphernalia, memorabilia and memories.
In the quest to find every living awesome mentor he ever had during Teacher Appreciation Month, Nestor catches up with his media professor Julie Simon at UB for the first time in three decades. His obsession with Marshall McLuhan theory continues...
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by the Maryland Lottery featured all women, small business owners at an impromptu stop at Mother's in Federal Hill. Hear the stories of SoBotanical owner Theresa Cangialosi and Live Baltimore founder and cancer survivor Tracy Gosson as part of our Friday conversations.
Stanstock has become an East Side live music charity tradition led by longtime local musician Stan Gibson, who was a childhood friend of Nestor. You'll love this story as told by Mike Miller, who helps organize the festival each fall.
Nestor first had the Hall of Famer on the show at the Ed Block Courage Awards in 1997 but this is a more modern chat about what happens after you win a championship and the level of involvement in maintaining greatness after achievement.
Nestor was writing about the lads from Philadelphia back when they were opening for Bon Jovi and shaking all night. Yes, that is his 1986 autographed Circus Magazine. This was a retrospective chat about all of the bombast of the hairspray era and surviving and thriving in Nashville.