As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour continues at Faidley's Seafood in Lexington Market, Don and Nestor grill oft-candidate Thiru Vignarajah on his thoughts about the role currently held by Marilyn Mosby and how crime needs to be prosecuted in Baltimore City.
Did you know that 80s pop star Thomas Dolby has been a professor at Johns Hopkins teaching music for several years? It was poetry in motion when he was an ambassador and performer at the inaugural Light City when Nestor first got to say hello in 2016.
Saving communities and saving lives. The middle part of our incredible chat with Marc Weller, who is leading the charge to create Port Covington, contains some deep thoughts on the future of Baltimore and inclusiveness and 21st century neighborhoods. (And a little rye...)
Donna Jacobs of University of Maryland Medical System joins the Baltimore County Executive to discuss how the three vaccines are making their way to Timonium and other mass vaccination centers in Maryland.
Mardi Gras during pandemic came and went but at least the cuisine of the Cajun soul was fed. Todd Schuler spent some formative years on the Bayou but can't get Nestor enthused about that nasty King Cake...
After touring crab cakes all over the state, Nestor heard about this month's big networking event in Laurel and wanted to know if it was fried or broiled? Local networking guru Doug Butschky joins Nestor to discuss his event on September 21st at the track.
Author Seth Wickersham discusses what made the Brady and Belichick model work for so long in New England and elements of his new book "It's Better To Be Feared." Just how much Ravens lore there is in Foxboro? Enough to write about...
In the spring of 1994, Meat Loaf made a cameo as a ballpark guest from Oriole Park at Camden Yards on "The Budweiser Sports Forum" on WWLG-AM 1360. We'll find some more visits from the late, great baseball lover Marvin Aday over the years but this was the first chat, which includes co-host Mark Mussina, the brother of Hall of Famer Mike.
In a new book of his conversations with modern celebrities, Yankees broadcaster and sports radio host Michael Kay of Yes Network brings to life his extended chats where pop culture meets substance and depth.
Over the years, the local sports and rock and roll connection of Nestor and Hootie And The Blowfish has led to several visits from the boys from South Carolina via the D.C. burbs. It gives him a chance to crush them about the Redskins.
Legendary local rock promoter Bud Becker joins Nestor to tell old rock and roll tales of a little bar in South Baltimore that shook the music world. And other Almost Famous tales about a 17-year old kid backstage learning about the world with a notebook...