Our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld wants to hear about Nestor's Maryland #CrabCakeTour journey but the peaks and valleys of broadband became a daily dose of reality for communication on the farms of the Eastern Shore and the hills of Appalachia.
Councilman Dr. John Bullock says the concerns of safety and commerce and keeping families warm and productive are immense during this winter struggle. We also got a pizza recommendation in here for the holidays and local spirit!
Nestor comes back from a quick Midwestern rock and roll history stint to tell Don all about wearing a mask in the middle of America. The good. The bad. The ugly. And the war on the truth of vaccines, COVID and safety set the backdrop for The Recon this week.
Sam Sessa of WTMD joins Nestor to discuss the old memories of live concerts, Baltimore Sun review privileges and the possibilities of outdoor live music this spring and summer all over the region. Oh, and does "indie" get a bad rap? Hmm...
When the Frank Zappa Experience came to the Modell, it gave Nestor a chance to ask Ahmet Zappa everything he always wanted to know about the bust at the Highlandtown Library. Plus, what's a hologram concert?
She was voted least-likely-to-serve-in-government but that hasn't stopped Cathy Bevins from winning elections and serving East Baltimore County. We talked about life in Middle River and serving constituents during a fractured political climate in America.
Author Brad Balukjian returns to discuss the aftermath of his best-selling book on what happened to old baseball players – and his buggy tales of Tahiti and real science discovery beyond Rick Sutcliffe.
It is always a pleasure to talk rock and roll, sports and life in the great rock and roll band in the world with the great Maryland native and one time "Bullets Fever" author. Life in E Street with the affable Lofgren.
It's been a while since Caps historian Ed Frankovic dropped by to talk hockey and playoffs with Nestor. As the Islanders play into June, this one got spicy three years after a Stanley Cup parade in D.C. and the Leonsis lies about bringing the chalice to Baltimore.