Erik Sauer and Jennifer Aparicio discuss the role of local charity There Goes My Hero is saving the lives of leukemia and blood cancer patients. Both are still with us because of incredible doctors and miraculous German donors from the bone marrow registry.
No one followed the truth of the money and the lawyers in the NFL mess with Stan Kroenke, Los Angeles and putting the screws to St. Louis more than sports business attorney Daniel Wallach. An eye-opening account of why the city folded in its fight and the local Missouri lawyers cashed out – and in...
Luke Jones and Nestor assess many of the problems in the Ravens running game after another narrow victory in Chicago. Even with Lamar Jackson under center, this unit has scuffled since the August injuries.
It's no secret that we love animals. The folks at BARCS always have needs for the pets, which is why Bailey Deacon stopped by to share the love of dogs and cats and how you can contribute on #GivingTuesday.
After Nestor decided to order something he couldn't even identify at State Fare, he reached to Evan Brown for a full clarification of another new way to make things taste great in Catonsville. Oh, and the kickoff of 30th Anniversary celebration begins at The Beaumont on December 9th.
Always in search of a new way to bend a Crock Pot, Nestor spends some time with Hannah Gratti and Alyssa Marsh of Weis Markets to discuss some weekend football food and creative new dishes for the holidays.
When Harford County Executive Barry Glassman found out that Nestor was moving, he extended the invite north. They gathered at Conrad's in Abingdon to discuss a myriad of issues for the county, Build Back Better and stimulating the local economy while getting folks vaccinated.
Saving communities and saving lives. The middle part of our incredible chat with Marc Weller, who is leading the charge to create Port Covington, contains some deep thoughts on the future of Baltimore and inclusiveness and 21st century neighborhoods. (And a little rye...)
When the Maryland Crab Cake Tour stopped at Greenmount Station, Matt Colender and Chris Richards told Nestor a bit of the history of North Carroll and Manchester Valley and how plenty of locals pitch in to create great things for the community in Hampstead.
Singer John Allen of The Stone Horses talks rock and roll and pandemic creativity with Nestor as many local bands prepare to get back to doing what they do – perform live shows in front of real humans. And maybe even tour...