The best part of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery is bringing together good friends for the season. Erik Sauer and Bill Cole join Nestor at Conrad's in Abingdon to discuss saving the lives of blood cancer patients and the incredible work of There Goes My Hero
You've seen the ubiquitous "made possible by a grant from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation" written on buildings all over Baltimore. Now, learn the story of who they were and how a billion dollars left back in 1990 has benefited our city and will into perpetuity.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour spent the day at Greenmount Station in Carroll County talking Main Street life in Hampstead with Jim Roark and Chris Richards. All Nestor wanted to know is when they're hanging the holiday lights for the first snowfall...
Michael Steele is no stranger to any of us who follow politics and media in Maryland. We had a wide-ranging chat with him about his party, the future of Donald Trump in America and how the country can navigate its way out of this pandemic and economic disaster.
To honor our BP launch and "Teacher Appreciation Month," Nestor starts his journey from Dundalk with his Colgate Elementary first grade teacher Miss Janda from 1974. They lost touch. And then Don Mohler somehow got involved...
Let the leaders of Taharka Brothers ice cream tell you about their incredible local company and how employee-owned businesses can make a difference in creating social change in Baltimore. Oh, and order the ice cream while we're saving you money!
When the former Lt. Governor and MSNBC contributor heard that Baltimore Positive was doing a #CrabCakeTour, he made sure that Prince George's County and Jerry's famous triple-yolk concoction was on the table.
When the legendary Baltimore Orioles outfielder died in 2019, it was hard to find this clip but it made us smile when we did. And this 1992 picture is only one he could find from when the Hall of Famer umpired the "Broadcast vs. Print Media Baseball Game" at Camden Yards.
If you remember the last day at Memorial Stadium in 1991, then you need to meet the architect. Longtime baseball public relations leader Rick Vaughn remembers 33rd Street and the leadership of an Orioles front office legend.
The Marching Ravens leader John Ziemann joins Nestor to reminisce about old Memorial Stadium tales and the time Lou Grant took him around town to learn the magic of the Baltimore Colts marching band. Did you see "The Fanatics" or "The Fumbleheads" back in the 1990s?
When Nestor invited the 80s pop star and local John Hopkins professor onto the show in early December to discuss music education, he asked if Dolby had ever been to an American football game. Then Ryan Mallett happened against the Pittsburgh Steelers as a Christmas miracle...