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What would an NFL Draft weekend look like in Baltimore?

Our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld reports back to Nestor on the Detroit scene for NFL Draft and what Baltimore could be as a potential host for the biggest event of the offseason. How do we lure an event with a massive scale and size that needs to be experienced to be appreciated?

Business, C-Suite, Community, Featured, Leadership, Leonard Raskin, Local, Local, Marketing, More Sports, Nestor Aparicio, News, Orioles, Sports, Sports News

Buying stock in Rubenstein and the “Next Chapter” Orioles

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the money, resources and intentions of David Rubenstein and his commitment to being involved with Orioles after a $1.7 purchase from the Angelos family. What will the first bold move be beyond the Splash Zone P.R. and connections to the fans?

The future of Maryland racing and Preakness explained fully by David Richardson and Alan Foreman

In an industry that has been famously and dangerously slow to change, the future of the Maryland Jockey Club, Preakness, Pimlico and Laurel is about to change dramtically and forever. Nestor had a lot of questions – and historical perspective – for David Richardson and Alan Foreman, who try to answer all of the mystery surrounding the Stronach family, the local tracks and the future of the second crown of horse racing’s Triple Crown at Old Hilltop in Baltimore.

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss stadia, money and civic donations to billionaires for sports teams

While we watch Steve Bisciotti’s paid-for-by-the-citizens new shiny object get erected on the football stadium and await to hear the plan of David Rubenstein for Camden Yards, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss aging stadia, big money, threats of moving sports franchises and civic donations to billionaires for sports teams that aren’t happening in places like Kansas City, Phoenix, Oakland and Northern Virginia.

Business, C-Suite, Community, Featured, Journalism & Media, Leadership, Leonard Raskin, Local, Local, Marketing, More Sports, Nestor Aparicio, News, Orioles, Sports

The unlimited free money for billionaire sports franchise owners isn’t coming so easy outside of Maryland

While we watch Steve Bisciotti’s paid-for-by-the-citizens new shiny object get erected on the football stadium and await to hear the plan of David Rubenstein for Camden Yards, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss aging stadia, big money, threats of moving sports franchises and civic donations to billionaires for sports teams that aren’t happening in places like Kansas City, Phoenix, Oakland and Northern Virginia.

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