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Local DJ Josh Levine joins Nestor for a crab cake and party music chat about Baltimore sports history

Local DJ Josh Levine joins Nestor for a crab cake and party music chat about Baltimore sports history

Where’s the party?

He was the house DJ for several of our WNST Purple Pep Rallies on the road over the years – and remains steadfast in his support of the Orioles and Ravens – but his real gig is throwing parties for kids (and parents, too) all over the region. Let Josh Levine of Electra Entertainment tell you about his Hulkamania bar mitzvah and his piece of Baltimore sports history on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at State Fare in Catonsville.

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On the 23rd day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour, Nestor came home to Baltimore County and the legendary deliciousness of Costas Inn in Dundalk. The family has been serving my community for over 50 years and it was Mom's favorite place to be on Mother's Day for fried crab cake, cole slaw and fries.

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