The Maryland Crab Cake Tour seeks knowledge. Along with Councilman Zeke Cohen, Nestor is joined by Heidi Daniel of Baltimore's library system to discuss Frank Zappa, kids and their parents getting online and why you need to come back to the library. And maybe even pay that fine from the 1980s...
Michael Steele is no stranger to any of us who follow politics and media in Maryland. We had a wide-ranging chat with him about his party, the future of Donald Trump in America and how the country can navigate its way out of this pandemic and economic disaster.
In the finale of our three segments with Harford County Executive Barry Glassman, we bring on a secret recipe from the Bel Air kitchen of Paul Silberman as our Maryland Crab Cake Tour rolls up Route 1 and into our bellies.
This Maryland Crab Cake Tour was designed to meet new people and learn new things. At least Nestor was honest with the mayor of Salisbury when he told him he'd never been off Route 50 in Wicomico County.
True story: Nestor took voice lessons from the affable and always available Whiteman on Harford Road when his throat was hurting from screaming on the radio every day in the 1990s. "Ya got nothin' to lose..."
This week on The Recon, Don and Nestor take on a "where to go in Maryland" for some summer fun debate and suggestion thread. Gonna be a red, gold and black kinda beach and mountain expedition for crab cakes in August at Baltimore Positive...
Legendary local sports cartoonist Mike Ricigliano and Nestor have been friends since working together at The News American in 1984. Before the Ravens play in Orchard Park for a chance to move on in 2021, let them tell you about their journey with the Buffalo Bills during the K-Gun halcyon days.
It is always a pleasure to talk rock and roll, sports and life in the great rock and roll band in the world with the great Maryland native and one time "Bullets Fever" author. Life in E Street with the affable Lofgren.
Author Brad Balukjian returns to discuss the aftermath of his best-selling book on what happened to old baseball players – and his buggy tales of Tahiti and real science discovery beyond Rick Sutcliffe.