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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?

Baltimore Positive Classic, Bill Cole, Business, C-Suite, Community, Featured, Journalism & Media, Leadership, Local, Local, Marketing, More Sports, Nestor Aparicio, News, Orioles, Sports, Sports News, Technology

Is Rubensplash knocking it out of the park?

New ownership has been a long time coming for the Baltimore Orioles. After a lifetime of watching the baseball franchise wither without hope, along comes a new protagonist who has immediately shown himself to be a man of the people. Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the first month of the David Rubenstein Era and the “Next Chapter” of Orioles Magic.

Sharing the heart of a Baltimore sports fan as baseball season begins Koulatsos
Business, C-Suite, Community, Featured, Journalism & Media, Leadership, Leonard Raskin, Local, Local, Marketing, More Sports, Nestor Aparicio, News, Orioles, Remember That Time, Sports, Sports News, Technology

How the Orioles and Ravens will split your wallet – and hearts – moving forward

For the first time in most of our lifetimes, sports in Baltimore and parade fever is blossoming as the baseball and football franchises both have a chance to win a championship. Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the power of money in local sports and how a guy in Caps jersey can say “no” to pricey playoff tickets. And we’re all expecting playoff games here for the Orioles and Ravens in the coming years…

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.

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