Sure, it was nice to have a Maryland crab cake with the former Lieutenant Governor but Don and Nestor asked the question everyone wants answered on the Republican side of the gubernatorial ticket next spring.
No journalist has chronicled our city and state with more depth or insightfulness than C. Fraser Smith. Twice nominated for a Pulitzer, it was our pleasure to revisit his work on the death of Bias and Terps plus discuss state of current journalism and the future of Baltimore.
Everyone watches the games on weekends. But Jeff Mohler and Nestor wonder who is leading the leadership when the lights are off and the likes of Jon Gruden, Urban Meyer and Daniel Snyder are sending the emails and calling the shots.
The tragedy of his son's death three years in College Park has made Marty McNair an advocate for kids who play sports everywhere. The latest work of The Jordan McNair Foundation and what the Safe And Fair Play Act in Annapolis means for the financial security of families who send their kids to play ball.
Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick submitted to being grilled by fan-boy Nestor about picks, guitars, family, songs, taking the subway to Budokan in Tokyo and the history of the Cheap Trick logo. Charisma and magnetism back on stage after the pandemic! We're all alright...
Special Olympian Chris Nikic is the first Down Syndrome athlete to complete an Ironman triathlon. Our virtual Radio Row coverage still find champions everywhere as he and his dad Nick join us to discuss his next race.
At the First Annual Nasty Nice Guy Awards in 1997 in Glen Burnie, two legends talked boxing, horse racing and kindness. The late great Clem Florio and Vince Bagli educate Nestor on Baltimore sports history. And Earnest Byner joins them.
Five years after the departure from the Ravens after holding a parade, Dilfer sat down in Detroit at Super Bowl XL on Radio Row to discuss the art of being a quarterback and mentally preparing to win the biggest game of your life.
Working through the emotions of never seeing Geddy and Alex on stage with Neil Peart again, Rush superfan Scott Norton and Nestor play counterparts in moving from analog kids to digital men and tell old tales of Gershon's and Jerry Stiller and the rash of paraphernalia, memorabilia and memories.
Nestor joined Dennis for a Super Bowl XLV preview and a chance to reflect on missing this one for the first time. And the first time he ever dreamed of going to one "Big Game" with his Pop and the lights went out...