Friday, October 23, 2020

Intelligent Conversation

Nestor Aparicio

Legendary Cleveland sportswriter Terry Pluto remembers his Summer of 1979 with The Earl Of Baltimore

Sure, the Browns are coming to play the Ravens in the middle of a pandemic this week – and we covered that – but this chat went back to Nestor's favorite summer with his Pop.

EPISODE 275: Venetoulis handicaps current Presidential race and strategies

He's been attending Presidential political conventions since the 1960s so we asked Ted how to assess this unprecedented campaign and election amidst pandemic, civil unrest and economic turmoil

EPISODE 274: Costello discusses financial struggles of Baltimore City coming in wake of COVID

It is not easy discussing the oncoming austerity that all of American government will need to weather the storm of a plague

EPISODE 273: Singleton talks pandemic baseball, race in America and support for cousin Doc Rivers in NBA

The Baltimore legend who broadcasts Yankees games had a lot on his mind about our country and sports

Councilman David Marks discusses zoning, housing and being a Republican in era of Trump

From schools to taxes to life after COVID, we are discussing issues on both sides of the aisle at Baltimore Positive as we begin our new website merger

EPISODE 272: Jayne Miller recaps four decades of journalism, covering and uncovering crime and how to better serve Baltimore

Nestor has wanted to chat on the radio with Jayne Miller for at least 20 years. But, as Don Mohler pointed out in serving in his two decades of government, it's when Jayne Miller wants to chat with you that there is usually deep concern at a place that answers to the public trust.

Luke Jones and Nestor recap Orioles white flag Sunday of trades and moves

Luke Jones and Nestor recap Orioles white flag Sunday of trades and moves

EPISODE 271: Future Mayor Brandon Scott discusses his plan to tackle crime and heal Baltimore

He is the presumptive next mayor of Baltimore and the current City Council President and we had a lot of questions for Brandon Scott as we discussed his victory, COVID and how to send the kids back to school in Maryland.

Jayne Miller recaps four decades of journalism, covering and uncovering crime and how to better serve Baltimore

Nestor has wanted to chat on the radio with Jayne Miller for at least 20 years. But, as Don Mohler pointed out in serving in his two decades of government, it's when Jayne Miller wants to chat with you that there is usually deep concern at a place that answers to the public trust.

EPISODE 270: Councilman David Marks discusses zoning, housing and being a Republican in era of Trump

From schools to taxes to life after COVID, we are discussing issues on both sides of the aisle at Baltimore Positive as we begin our new website merger
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