Back in 2007, Nestor Aparicio did the 48-hour "Where to Go in Buffalo" video prior to a horrible Ravens loss to the Bills in Orchard Park. At least's Nestor's in North Tonowanda served a legit hot dog. Oh, and the wings were solid as well...
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.
We're used to being at the games. Or having friends over. Or being at an awesome place like Franco's in Catonsville. But what happens when tacos win and wings lose? Anyone else as superstitious about Ravens game day food spreads?
Our ElectionPalooza crew has reassembled to discuss the future of America. Don Mohler and Nestor host Lucinda Ware, Tom Coale, Candace Dodson-Reed, Marc Steiner and Damian O'Doherty as we talk through the most turbulent week of our lifetime in this country.
One time, Nestor Aparicio and Chip Znuff saw Nolan Ryan pitch at Memorial Stadium together in a limo. And, yes, Chip was wearing that hat and those shades. Get high on a new thing and a few old stories in this one...
During his youthful teenage #AlmostFamous days as music critic at The Evening Sun in Baltimore, Nestor Aparicio chatted with many legends coming through the area on tour. This is the first of two with the leader of the band who once opened for Kiss at the Capital Centre.
White House photographer Doug Mills focuses on four decades of chronicling Presidents with insider storytelling that will make you glad you spent time with this one. From Trump calling him a genius to the iconic image of Bush learning of 9/11 and playing horseshoes with his father and sharing Christmas Eve with the Reagans.
Our inaugural chat at Baltimore Positive was with Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger during better times in April 2019. Now with the election and COVID and Ravens' season all very much in progress, we took some serious citizen time with Dutch.
The schoolteacher in the Senate President always comes back to the kids and the most significant piece of education legislation in decades. Life has changed for all of us since March. Bill Ferguson has more to say about Kirwan.
The mission of the Baltimore Child Abuse Center is to provide victims of child sexual abuse, trauma and other adverse childhood experience in Baltimore and their non-offending caretakers with comprehensive forensic interviews, medical treatment and mental health services with a goal of preventing future trauma.
The Ravens have been very quiet about the breakdowns in their facility that led to so many positive tests and delays before Steelers game. Todd Schuler and Nestor debate some legal issues beyond HIPAA, bad P.R. and a black eye in Pittsburgh.
When the Frank Zappa Experience came to the Modell, it gave Nestor a chance to ask Ahmet Zappa everything he always wanted to know about the bust at the Highlandtown Library. Plus, what's a hologram concert?
When the legendary Baltimore Orioles outfielder died in 2019, it was hard to find this clip but it made us smile when we did. And this 1992 picture is only one he could find from when the Hall of Famer umpired the "Broadcast vs. Print Media Baseball Game" at Camden Yards.
The first time Nestor Aparicio did a sports radio show was on December 13, 1991. Over the years, Don Mohler has heard a lot of stories about Nestor's parents but he dove all in to interview the interviewer in this lengthy segment about growing up in Dundalk as an adopted replacement child in a broken, grieving family. This one is personal...
Back in August 2016, the Severna Park native and longtime rock and roll drummer talked about coming to an Orioles game to bring awareness to his brother Jim's MSA (Multiple System Atrophy) diagnosis. This is an incredible story with Morgan State roots and pays tribute to an incredible local life we lost recently.
A recurring guest in recent years as he left the drum kit of The Black Crowes to become a sports radio host at Fox Sports Radio, Gorman and Nestor catches up on Orioles, NFL and life in Nashville with the new band Trigger Hippy.
We lost the legendary Tommy Lasorda on Friday. Back in 2002, the Dodgers Hall of Famer joined Nestor here in Baltimore to talk about the changing state of baseball after chicks dug the long ball and the sport was drowning in PEDs.