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The Peter Principles (Ch. 1): So, just how did Angelos become ‘King’ of Baltimore baseball?

Chronicling the history of the Peter Angelos era of Orioles baseball, local sports radio host, author and historian Nestor Aparicio presents "The Peter Principles," a book on the history of Baltimore baseball in the modern era. This is Chapter 1, an incredible tale of how King Peter found the throne of every local kid's dream.

Brandon Stokley comes home to Baltimore to discuss winning The Big One and legacy of Lamar

Brandon Stokley comes home to Baltimore to discuss winning The Big One and legacy of Lamar

Brandon Stokley: No time for regrets in January

Wide receiver Brandon Stokley played a lot of January football as a key component to the Indianapolis Colts' offense with Peyton Manning for many years after winning Super Bowl XXXV here as a member of the 2001 Baltimore Ravens. He comes home to discuss winning and losing "The Big One" and the legacy of Lamar Jackson as an NFL quarterback.

Pro football historian Clark Judge talks Lamar and NFL quarterback history with Nestor as Ravens enter January as Super Bowl favorites

Pro football historian Clark Judge talks Lamar and deep NFL quarterback history with Nestor as the Ravens enter January as Super Bowl favorites. And, as always, the praise of Bert Jones and love of Todd Rundgren are naturally weaved into this chat.

Pro football historian Clark Judge: Quarterbacks and legacies are defined by what happens next

Pro football historian Clark Judge talks Lamar and deep NFL quarterback history with Nestor as the Ravens enter January as Super Bowl favorites. And, as always, the praise of Bert Jones and love of Todd Rundgren are naturally weaved into this chat.

WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 20 – The legacy of the Baltimore Colts and Indianapolis

It's complicated – and always will be, the Colts thing in Baltimore for anyone who was alive in 1984. Over a quarter of a century it's never been ignored but back in 2011 at the Indianapolis Super Bowl, Nestor finally put down the sword and the horseshoe for his mental health writing a letter to the citizens of Indiana that got nearly a million views during Radio Row week. But it didn't come without raising a whole lotta hell for a quarter of a century.

Local musician Ed Lauer joins Nestor and Ricig for a winding discuss of Orioles baseball history in Baltimore

Serendipity followed our WNST 25th Anniversary celebration as local sports cartoonist Ricig gifted a surprise visit and local musician Ed Lauer joined Nestor at Costas Inn for a winding discussion about a quarter of a century of lousy Orioles baseball, the Bob Irsay dummy and the dream for another orange parade in Baltimore.

The magic of Orioles baseball and musical friendship

Serendipity followed our WNST 25th Anniversary celebration as local sports cartoonist Ricig gifted a surprise visit and local musician Ed Lauer joined Nestor at Costas Inn for a winding discussion about a quarter of a century of lousy Orioles baseball, the Bob Irsay dummy and the dream for another orange parade in Baltimore.

Nestor Aparicio sounds off with Dennis Koulatsos on NFL free agency, new cars and old quarterbacks

Nestor Aparicio sounds off with Dennis Koulatsos on NFL free agency, new cars and old quarterbacks

For the love of Warren Moon and the new Oilers blue Heritage Ford line at Koons Baltimore

As the daily fatigue and intrigue regarding the Lamarathon continues for Baltimore Ravens fans, Nestor Aparicio sounds off with Dennis Koulatsos on all the NFL free agency news, new cars and old quarterbacks.
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The Peter Principles (Ch. 5) – King Peter silences Jon Miller and anyone else who doesn’t bleed Orioles orange

Peter Angelos never cared for Hall of Fame broadcaster Jon Miller. Angelos thought Miller was too critical of the Orioles. But mostly, his old world sensibilities didn’t like the style of Jon Miller as the voice of his baseball franchise.

And getting bigger every day…

John Martin joins Nestor to discuss huge jackpots, the Ravens big contest winner and new scratchoff games

Finding The Vault and gems of the past and future at “new” CFG Bank Arena

Our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld offered Nestor a chance to be a suite life guy for the recent Journey and Toto concert at CFG Bank Arena and wanted his feedback. Comedy and music and Danny DeVito and PacMan and free booze and why Edie Brown needs a room named after her at the former Baltimore Civic Center.

What are the next key moves of DeCosta and Ravens?

As the NFL Combine gathers in Indianapolis, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the Ravens' decisions on the franchise tag for Justin Madubuike and where to go in April for offensive linemen and more depth across the roster as the inevitable offseason attrition continues.

DeCosta says Ravens “probably will” tag Madubuike without long-term deal

Baltimore has until next Tuesday to use the franchise tag on Pro Bowl defensive tackle Justin Madubuike.

Ravens make four new hires to coaching staff official ahead of scouting combine

Head coach John Harbaugh lost several notable assistants following the 2023 season.

Hot yoga, great football and giving back and living in Baltimore as a Ravens alum

Our resident Super Bowl XXXV champion and hot yoga devotee Femi Ayandabejo joins Nestor for a spirited debate about mental fitness, personal strength and Ravens football and the importance of giving back on Crab Cake Row: A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl from Faidley's for the Maryland Food Bank.

Crab Cake Row: Our marketing pal Steve Taormino donates cans and talks Vehicles For Change and brands

We began the second day of our "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" from Costas Inn with a large donation from our CC&A pal Steve Taormino, who partners with Vehicles For Change, a local organization with national ties that helps folks with transportation and transforms lives.
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