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The legend and lore of Peter G. Angelos

With the Baltimore Orioles under new ownership and the abrupt end of the Angelos era and the Birds on the field flying high, Thom Loverro of The Washington Times tells true stories of his journalistic encounters with the former owner and discusses the future of Camden Yards and a new day with David Rubenstein.

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Debunking the local media myth: Peter Angelos did not “save” the Orioles for Baltimore

Many people reached to Nestor Aparicio in the aftermath of the death of Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos looking for some kind of pronouncement. After watching the media reports in Baltimore with various inaccuracies about the billionaire lawyer’s real accomplishments, Luke Jones joined him to react and opine and to set the legacy straight for local citizens who have been fed various levels of myth, poppycock and fake history.

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The Peter Principles (Ch. 10) – Syd Thrift, Confederate money and the new Oriole Way of 21st century

Peter Angelos was once called a “windbag” by a rival politician during his City Hall-aspiring days and six years into his reign of terror with the sputtering Orioles, his many words and lack of success with people would lend some credence to that claim.

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The Peter Principles (Ch. 9) – Albert was not the Belle of Baltimore

Dinner with Fidel Castro in Havana, breakfast with Albert Belle in Baltimore and many years of losing ahead for King Peter as the Great Orange Malaise sets in on a generation of awful Orioles baseball led by poor ownership.

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Crab Cake Row: A Banner conversation about the future of Baltimore sports and journalism

Sports editor Chris Korman of The Baltimore Banner joins Nestor and Mike Rosenfeld on Crab Cake Row for a no-words-barred debate on the new Orioles ownership, the Ravens’ offseason departures and the state of local journalism at Pappas in Cockeysville for “A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week” for the Maryland Food Bank. This one got spicy.

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Trying to understand the facts about new Orioles lease at Camden Yards

As the ink was drying on the new Maryland Stadium Authority deal with John Angelos and the Baltimore Orioles, former MSA chairman Tom Kelso joins Nestor for a primer on a new stadium deal at Camden Yards and what it means for the fans, the citizens and the team. A compelling stop on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour for the holidays at Weis Markets at Honeygo in Perry Hall.

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Discussing the future of Camden Yards with an expert

The second part of our extensive holiday chat with former Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Tom Kelso continued with a discussion about the future of downtown stadia and growth for Baltimore and what the new lease means for the Orioles, Ravens and the downtown area. No one in local media has discussed this $1.2 billion investment more thoroughly, candidly and accurately than we have and provided the information for citizens. This is important stuff for sports fans and citizens who are funding billionaires for franchises.

Former MSA chairman Tom Kelso joins Nestor for a primer on new stadium deal at Camden Yards

As the ink was drying on the new Maryland Stadium Authority deal with John Angelos and the Baltimore Orioles, former MSA chairman Tom Kelso joins Nestor for a primer on a new stadium deal at Camden Yards and what it means for the fans, the citizens and the team. A compelling stop on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour for the holidays at Weis Markets at Honeygo in Perry Hall.

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Discussing the future of downtown Baltimore with Dan Rodricks

After they were done discussing his two-play run at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Dan Rodricks and Nestor discussed Harborplace, Camden Yards and the future of downtown and what the “big idea” might be that brings people back to the heart of the city on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at Gertrude’s. Warning: This segment includes “Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll.”

Dan Rodricks and Nestor discuss the future of downtown Baltimore with Harborplace and Camden Yards about to change

After they were done discussing his two-play run at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Dan Rodricks and Nestor discussed Harborplace, Camden Yards and the future of downtown and what the “big idea” might be that brings people back to the heart of the city on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at Gertrude’s. Warning: This segment includes “Sex, Drugs and Rock and Roll.”

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Another week of Angelos chaos and a $13 million closer

In a week of swirling rumors and the usual anarchy and chaos of Orioles ownership and the lease fiasco, at least Mike Elias landed a stopgap closer in Craig Kimbrel. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the promise of new Orioles ownership and why the bullpen move makes sense in the short term for a team that believes it can win the World Series.

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Luke Jones gets you ready for Rams and talks Kimbrel signing

In his weekly appearance on the Dennis Koulatsos Show, Luke Jones sounded off on the Craig Kimbrel signing, the Orioles’ lease false alarms and stalls and the Ravens tackling a tough holiday slate beginning with the Los Angeles Rams on a cold, wet December day.

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What do we really expect from Orioles offseason “improvement”?

When the Maryland Crab Cake Tour came to Koco’s Pub in Lauraville, it was a chance to discuss the Orioles offseason expectations with two longtime Orioles observers and media types. Our sports cartoonist pal Ricig and Baltimore Magazine senior editor discuss the magic of 2023 and the possibilities for 2024 and beyond with Mike Elias.

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Let’s talk facts about Orioles and the MSA Memorandum of Understanding

Former Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Tom Kelso returns to answer more of Nestor’s very serious questions about the Baltimore Orioles lease, the “Memorandum of Understanding” (MOU) and what happens to Steve Bisciotti and the Ravens if Governor Wes Moore promises all of The Warehouse and Camden Yards land and power to the Angelos family.

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Telling the whole truth about the uncertain future of the Maryland Stadium Authority and Camden Yards and the Angelos Family

Follow the money. Wait for the real ink on the lease not the words of a man who lies regularly. Former Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Tom Kelso joins Nestor for a long-awaited, deep dive on everything about the $1.2 billion of your money that Steve Bisciotti and the Angelos Family are getting to keep their sports franchises in Baltimore. Ask someone who knows all the answers and you get them. Listen and learn. It’s important!

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Are we getting ripped off by billionaire sports owners? (Of course we are…)

It’s been three decades since Baltimore went “all in” on the promise of sports to revitalize a downtown community. Neil deMause of Field of Schemes tells Nestor that this Angelos family money grab and its parity clause benefit to Steve Bisciotti is the same in every city for American sports franchise owners. Socialize the debt; privatize the profit.

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What kind of a civic cash grab is John Angelos trying to get away with in darkness?

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos what he’s learned about the Orioles intentions for Camden Yards and the downtown area. And he doesn’t like anything about the facts he’s uncovered and the legitimate people with knowledge who are speaking out about the future of our city and who will control the future of the complex and the Maryland Stadium Authority.

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos what he’s learned about Orioles intentions for Camden Yards

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos what he’s learned about the Orioles intentions for Camden Yards and the downtown area. And he doesn’t like anything about the facts he’s uncovered and the legitimate people with knowledge who are speaking out about the future of our city and who will control the future of the complex and the Maryland Stadium Authority.

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What will Baltimore look like when we’re done?

As we all await the Angelos Family signing a long-term lease at Camden Yards and the Orioles offseason spin will

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What exactly is a non-binding memorandum of understanding?

Our defending champion of all things sports business and law and media Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports returns to discuss the joy of the Orioles playoff march and the agony of waiting on John Angelos to agree to an inevitable lease at Camden Yards.

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