The beauty of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by the Maryland Lottery is telling the old stories of Baltimore with folks like Tommy Chagouris of Nick's at Cross Street then Fish House and now in Timonium at Grandstand Grill at the fairgrounds.
On the eve of a major on a humbling course high above the Pacific Ocean, Classic Five Golf pro Ed Miller previews the weekend and offers some tips for beginners and those looking to muscle up on their driver this summer around town.
Our pal Cort Smith at Sporticulture has supported our sporty chats for years but here's one with him discussing why a lifer local flower lover from Walnut Springs Nursery would dream up cool NFL sports novelties like magma lamps.
LEARN, OPEN, VOLUNTEER & EMPOWER. Local writer/director and entrepreneur, A.J. Ali, discusses his work with Baltimore-based reality show The Good Fellas of Baltimore and his newest movement: L.O.V.E. Is The Answer.
Dr. Charles Fine of McDonough Dental in Owings Mills joins Nestor to discuss their mutual love of Orioles history and memorabilia. And the doc updates us on the importance of visiting a dentist during COVID.
It's not easy being new mayor Brandon Scott. And it's certainly no picnic for the thousands of businesses impacted by his decision to shut down the city of Baltimore for many. Bill Cole and Nestor try to sort through the madness of what a pandemic does to a community.
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.
The football talk and Super Bowl XXXV win and haka dance at The Barn are all vivid memories from the era of the first purple miracle but we had some good times just singing Christmas songs and laughing...
Rob Halford discusses four decades of Judas Priest with nothing to lose at all. And Nestor shares memories of the night when a 17-year old #AlmostFamous version of himself was treated with kindness by the legend.
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...
The Orioles are a doormat. The Nationals won the World Series. The Ravens have the NFL MVP. And the R...well, the Washington Football Team doesn't have a name and Daniel Snyder hears the echo of the power of the shield.
At some point, Nestor will find the old tape of his late 1980s #AlmostFamous chat with Schenker during the "Anytime" era but this was the grown up lock back at an incredible career as a metal guitar influencer.