Saturday, April 13, 2024

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Our marketing pal Steve Taormino donates cans and talks Vehicles For Changes 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.

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.

WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 5: When Super Bowl XXXV Ravens head coach Brian Billick became our partner

Back in 2008 when head coach Brian Billick departed from the Baltimore Ravens and wanted to remain in Maryland, he became our partner at WNST.net on behalf of the Living Classrooms Foundation. As a legacy AM radio station that has now made it a quarter of a century as an enduring and truth-telling multimedia outlet on the strength of our partnerships, relationships and the benevolence of special people who serve to lift the community, we're indebted to Coach Billick for his time, wisdom and integrity. Brian Billick never had any problem telling it like it is – and never lost sight of how important the Baltimore fan base and community were in his success as the Ravens head coach but also as a leader in the city where he brought us a Super Bowl XXXV parade.

Jarret Johnson: Lamar and Ravens will be better prepared than in 2019

After playing 12 years in the National Football League as a solid linebacker and the only two-time captain the University of Alabama, former Ravens' standout Jarret Johnson knows the emotions and demands of playoff football. He joins Nestor in discussing ways to contain Lamar Jackson and the proud Crimson Tide legacy that Nick Saban built since he left Tuscaloosa two decades ago to play with Ray Lewis in Baltimore.

Tom Fletcher comes clean with Nestor about how those soaked cameras happened and improving it

Tom Fletcher comes clean with Nestor about how those soaked ESPN cameras happened and improving it

Former Ravens linebacker Jarret Johnson discusses stopping Lamar Jackson and the Alabama that Nick Saban built

After playing 12 years in the National Football League as a solid linebacker and the only two-time captain in Alabama history, former Ravens' standout Jarret Johnson knows the emotions and demands of playoff football. He joins Nestor in discussing ways to contain Lamar Jackson and the proud Crimson Tide legacy that Nick Saban built since he left Tuscaloosa two decades ago to play with Ray Lewis in Baltimore.

Wiping clean the lens on why those cameras were so wet and cloudy

Legendary broadcast production insider Tom Fletcher comes clean with Nestor about how those soaked ESPN cameras happened and how they're improving it. Let a Hall of Fame Broadcasting camera visionary tell you how those overhead shots happen and have evolved to show you a better game – and help referees get better looks.

Asking Anthony Mitchell what it’s like to watch his son run the ball for Ravens

Former Ravens 2001 Super Bowl run playoff hero and safety Anthony Mitchell joins Nestor to discuss path of his son Keaton to the NFL spotlight from Atlanta to East Carolina. Words of wisdom here borne of experience! We loved this conversation with our old friend from the Festivus Maximus days of The Barn.

Former Ravens 2001 hero Anthony Mitchell joins Nestor to discuss path of son Keaton to NFL spotlight

Former Ravens 2001 Super Bowl run playoff hero and safety Anthony Mitchell joins Nestor to discuss path of his son Keaton to the NFL spotlight from Atlanta to East Carolina. Words of wisdom here borne of experience! We loved this conversation with our old friend from the Festivus Maximus days of The Barn.

Visionary Rebecca Hoffberger shares her vision for the future of Baltimore prosperity with Nestor

Visionary Rebecca Hoffberger shares her vision for the future of Baltimore prosperity with Nestor
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Holliday! Celebrate!

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Tapping into The Bird Tapes and real Orioles history with John Eisenberg

Local author and longtime sports columnist John Eisenberg tells Nestor about unearthing the lost Orioles conversations and tapes of the heroes Birdland from his turn-of-the-century book on Memorial Stadium and the legendary tales of Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver, Jim Palmer and everyone associated with Orioles Magic.
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