Monday, April 22, 2024

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WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 5: When Super Bowl XXXV Ravens head coach Brian Billick became our partner

Back in 2008 when head coach Brian Billick departed from the Baltimore Ravens and wanted to remain in Maryland, he became our partner at WNST.net on behalf of the Living Classrooms Foundation. As a legacy AM radio station that has now made it a quarter of a century as an enduring and truth-telling multimedia outlet on the strength of our partnerships, relationships and the benevolence of special people who serve to lift the community, we're indebted to Coach Billick for his time, wisdom and integrity. Brian Billick never had any problem telling it like it is – and never lost sight of how important the Baltimore fan base and community were in his success as the Ravens head coach but also as a leader in the city where he brought us a Super Bowl XXXV parade.

WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 24 – The legend of our purple live shows at The Barn – and beyond

If you ever participated in or witnessed a decade of fun times, live radio shows and Baltimore sports memories with us at The Barn on Harford Road back in the 1990s when WNST was birthed by the local community, then you know it'll never be replicated. Go through the photos and see how many legends you can identify who spent time eating crabs, drinking beer and talking sports with us – and you – in Parkville. As John Steadman once said: "Didn't we have some good times?" What's your favorite memory of a WNST live event over these 25 years of awesomeness? The night we brought the Lombardi Trophy by in the aftermath of Super Bowl XXXV didn't suck.

Broadcaster Kenny Albert tells Nestor that he is included in his new book of memoirs A Mic For All Seasons

Longtime broadcaster Kenny Albert tells Nestor that he is included in his new book of memoirs, "A Mic For All Seasons." And in celebrating 25 years of Baltimore radio, the whole story cannot be told without the one-time voice of the Baltimore Skipjacks, who started the journey for AM 1570 back in December 1991.

Broadcaster Kenny Albert and the roots of WNST

Longtime broadcaster Kenny Albert tells Nestor that he is included in his new book of memoirs, "A Mic For All Seasons." And in celebrating 25 years of Baltimore radio, the whole story cannot be told without the one-time voice of the Baltimore Skipjacks, who started the journey for AM 1570 back in December 1991.

Luke Jones and Nestor tackle the hard knocks of the Bullies of Baltimore and Ravens Super Bowl memories

Luke Jones and Nestor tackle the hard knocks of the Bullies of Baltimore and Ravens Super Bowl memories

Tackling the legacy of Goose and The Bullies of Baltimore

Immediately following the ESPN "30 For 30" presentation of the 2001 Super Bowl XXXV champion Baltimore Ravens, Luke Jones and Nestor tackle the hard knocks of the Bullies of Baltimore and the road to the memories of glory in Tampa.

That time in 2005 when Tony Siragusa had us try his tasty ribs at Super Bowl

After his career, The Goose went into television and brought his signature Sunday dish to Radio Row in Jacksonville the week that Nestor retired from daily sports radio. Comedy ensued...

Hall of Famer Rod Woodson remembers his larger than life and always on Ravens teammate Tony Siragusa

Hall of Famer Rod Woodson remembers his larger than life and always on Ravens teammate Tony Siragusa

The ghosts of Memorial Stadium and the legend of Tony Siragusa

Before Ray Lewis entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton in 2018, Tony Siragusa took Nestor into the last century and what powered the greatest defense in the history of the game – even back in the days of Ted Marchibroda and 33rd Street.

That time in 2005 when Tony Siragusa had us try his tasty ribs at Super Bowl

That time in 2005 when Tony Siragusa had us try his tasty ribs at Super Bowl
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Making time for the Orioles again…

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the reemergence of Orioles baseball in lives of many Baltimore folks and how going to Camden Yards has suddenly become cool again with new ownership and a great, young team on the field.

Finding rewards after the 420 holiday

It's the biggest weekend of the year in the cannabis deals and discount world and Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness tells Nestor about what happens after the 420 holiday with a new and innovative rewards system available to adult-use customers all over Maryland.

Those Orioles home runs continue to pay off in grand slam riches

Seth Elkin and Nestor discuss the rash of Orioles homers benefiting Home Run Riches winners and waiting on every grand slam when the bases are loaded. Big money. Big fun. Every night the Birds play!

Quiet start to offseason program exactly what Ravens want

Reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson was present for the start of voluntary workouts earlier this week.

Sneed makes case for Baltimore City Council President seat

Leading her campaign with transparency and more fairness in Baltimore City government, former District 13 councilwoman Shannon Sneed tells Nestor the importance of the City Council President seat and the goals of her campaign for citizens.

A Walkoff Wednesday for Orioles works well before roadtrip

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the incredible spot start of veteran Albert Suarez start, another walkoff home run by Cedric Mullins and the re-emergence of Cal Ripken to Orioles baseball this month as the team heads to Kansas City and Los Angeles before returning home on Friday, April 26th against the Oakland Athletics.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following three-game sweep over Minnesota

Cedric Mullins began the series with a phenomenal diving catch and finished it with the first career walk-off homer.

Mullins’ walk-off homer, Suarez’s impressive start lift Orioles to sweep over Minnesota

Albert Suarez pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings in his club debut before Cedric Mullins won the game on Wednesday.
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