Monday, March 20, 2023
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Freddy Gray

Solving problems and tackling the toughest issues in our city

Todd Schuler and Nestor debate the tough issues and the fast changes coming in America as a result of the pandemic.

Author Justin Fenton paints the picture of Baltimore crime scene prior to Gun Trace Task Force

Author Justin Fenton paints the picture of Baltimore crime scene prior to Gun Trace Task Force

Reporting on beat of crime and policing in Baltimore

In the first of two parts with Baltimore Sun crime reporter and author of "We Own This City," Justin Fenton, we discuss the legacy of Dick Irwin and police blotters in newspapers and how the news of crime is – and has been – told to the public.

EPISODE 235: Jealous discusses a future in America after pandemic and protests

The former NAACP President and Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate joined us to discuss Black Lives Matter and policing
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Having your cup runneth over during March Madness

Dave Preston of WTOP in Washington brings on the awesome bracket cup for March Madness and two weeks of solid hoops fun.

Peter King sounds off on all things Lamar Jackson as NFL free agency begins

Peter King of NBC Sports tells Nestor Aparicio what he thinks will happen in free agency for Ravens QB Lamar Jackson. Does Lamar stay or go?

Ravens tender quarterback Huntley, re-sign running back Hill to open new league year

Baltimore gave Tyler Huntley the low tender of $2.6 million, which means another team can still sign him to an offer sheet.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts at start of new league year

Ex-Baltimore guard Ben Powers cashing in with Denver reminded not to give up on draft picks too quickly.

Lamar Jackson and the free market of the National Football League

Our financial advisor Leonard Raskin joins Nestor to discuss where Lamar Jackson goes now that the rest of the NFL can take their best shot at making him their franchise quarterback. Are the phone lines burning up?

Ravens release defensive end Campbell, reportedly losing guard Powers in free agency

Parting with six-time Pro Bowl selection Calais Campbell saves Baltimore $7 million in salary cap space to open the new league year.

Hey Terps fans: It’s Tournament time on Thursday so meet us at Hollywood Casino Barstool in Perryville

Luke Jones and Nestor get you ready to watch the Terps and Mountaineers with the WNST Baltimore Positive community on Thursday at Hollywood Barstool Sports Restaurant in Perryville. Let's make West Virginia fear the turtle.

Knowing your limit in March as the madness begins

John Martin of Maryland Lottery makes his weekly visit with Nestor to discuss the 50th Anniversary celebration kicking into spring and some important words for the bracketologists and for those taking advantage of the new sports gambling activities around March Madness this month.
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