In the aftermath of Governor Larry Hogan's visit to Baltimore Positive, our financial analyst Leonard Raskin discussed some follow ups on a report card of two terms of red leadership in a blue state. Oh, and some purple football, too...
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour returned to Costas Inn in Dundalk for a long chat with two Baltimore County Executives as Johnny Olszewski joins Don Mohler for some serious information on how local government has worked to help citizens through the pandemic.
How modern and faith-based medical care has evolved to treat the whole person. Ed Lovern of St. Agnes Hospital joins Nestor and Don for a candid discussion about modern hospitals, COVID, and the local impact.
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!
Center Mike Flynn invited Nestor onto the Humvee to record this incredible "home movie" for a one-hour ride down Pratt Street onto the dais with the Lombardi Trophy to City Hall back on January 30, 2001. If you're a Baltimore Ravens fans, go find yourself in this beautiful mess...
This picture was taken in 1989 backstage at Hammerjacks. Locally born and bred drummer Steve Gorman (on right in Orioles orinthologically correct hat) will take over the story from there in the aftermath of his best-selling book on the history of the notoriously infamous Black Crowes and life with The Brothers Robinson.
While watching the Orioles play the Mets in Queens and hearing Cakes on the MASN call, Nestor reached to venerable New York Daily News baseball insider Bill Madden to tell some tales from the 1969 crypt. Oh, and there was the time at Cross Keys on the Yankees beat when he witnessed the Billy Martin-Ed Whitson bar brawl.
Baseball author, historian, SABR leader and West Coast League commish Rob Neyer welcomes another season of baseball with cautionary tales for MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and the owners' and players' always simmering labor war.
The first firewalk was in the summer of 1994. After that, Nestor invited Robbins onto the radio show to discuss athletes and peak performers managing their state and achieving success against all odds.
Stanstock has become an East Side live music charity tradition led by longtime local musician Stan Gibson, who was a childhood friend of Nestor. You'll love this story as told by Mike Miller, who helps organize the festival each fall.
With M3 looming and the return of live music to the Symphony Woods of Merriweather Post Pavilion, Nestor welcomed his personal vocal coach and the greatest frontman in local music history from Hagerstown to discuss "You're Welcome" and his new music.
A recurring guest in recent years as he left the drum kit of The Black Crowes to become a sports radio host at Fox Sports Radio, Gorman and Nestor catches up on Orioles, NFL and life in Nashville with the new band Trigger Hippy.