Now that "Top Gun: Maverick" is about to finally be released, here's the two stars of the new film back in February 2020 at the Miami Super Bowl telling Nestor and Luke all about the legacy of the film and why you need to see the original.
After 16 years with the Baltimore Ravens, punter Sam Koch retired from the NFL this week. Luke Jones and Nestor sat down for their final "Ravens Live Show" ever with No. 4 and talked about his life in the land of Big Red.
The pain is real when you're trying to send a text or communicate on the backroads of The Free State. Our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld discusses the challenges – political, financial and practical – about wifi issues for learning and working on the Eastern Shore and Western Maryland.
Our WNST live radio shows with Ravens players always had a great home at Greenmount Station in Hampstead. The Maryland Crab Cake Tour stopped by with former intern Tim Watts and restaurateur Chris Richards to story tell about what makes Carroll County great.
The lockdown and the fatigue of COVID is real. As we head into winter and time at home, this is an ideal time to examine your will, trusts and re-examine the future in the aftermath of the pandemic. We sought out Lou Weinkam in Catonsville for some solid advice.
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.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by the Maryland Lottery featured all women, small business owners at an impromptu stop at Mother's in Federal Hill. Hear the stories of SoBotanical owner Theresa Cangialosi and Live Baltimore founder and cancer survivor Tracy Gosson as part of our Friday conversations.
When the Secretary of Kindness of an Eastern Shore town reaches out to you on a Maryland Crab Cake Tour, you open the seat and share a conversation and some carefully considered condiments on your crustacean. Meet Grace Foxwell Murdock and her mission of the heart.
Filmmaker Andy Billman joins Nestor to discuss baseball history, Cleveland and the story he's telling in a new film "War On The Diamond" about the tragic death of Ray Chapman, the only Major League Baseball player to ever perish after being hit by a pitch.
Lock down? Open up? Wear a mask. Go to school. Stay at home. Avoid science. Believe science. Ignore science. We all know someone with a different belief on these significant social issues. Bill Cole and Nestor discuss agreeing to disagree about pandemic solutions during election season. They do agree you should vote!
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...
Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis brings Nestor some fresh air and thoughts on the departure of Big Ben in Pittsburgh and how the cities are always in battle and the rivalry never dims. Not even to watch Cincinnati.
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.