You have questions. We have questions. Dr. Gregory Branch does an incredible job of explaining how the vaccine really works in your body and the ideology behind the significance of this American COVID vaccination process.
In our fourth round of sitdowns with local Baltimore Positive leaders in the community, Damian O'Doherty joins his fellow west sider Don Mohler and Dundalk's Nestor Aparicio to discuss how the areas surrounding the city will be necessary for the re-invention of our downtown and beyond.
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.
It was easy to pick up pounds during the lockdown but summer is a great time to change your diet and take advantage of delicious fresh fruits and vegetables. Some of us know about summer overload and beach bodies.
In the spring of 1994, Meat Loaf made a cameo as a ballpark guest from Oriole Park at Camden Yards on "The Budweiser Sports Forum" on WWLG-AM 1360. We'll find some more visits from the late, great baseball lover Marvin Aday over the years but this was the first chat, which includes co-host Mark Mussina, the brother of Hall of Famer Mike.
True story: Nestor took voice lessons from the affable and always available Whiteman on Harford Road when his throat was hurting from screaming on the radio every day in the 1990s. "Ya got nothin' to lose..."
After a trip to New York to see Bruce Springsteen on Broadway, Nestor comes back from way downtown in Gotham with a big city story that Don Mohler has never heard for The Recon about the birth of his career. You know about Kenny Albert but what about his father's role in berthing WNST?