The beauty of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by the Maryland Lottery is telling the old stories of Baltimore with folks like Tommy Chagouris of Nick's at Cross Street then Fish House and now in Timonium at Grandstand Grill at the fairgrounds.
After 16 years with the Baltimore Ravens, punter Sam Koch retired from the NFL this week. Luke Jones and Nestor sat down for their final "Ravens Live Show" ever with No. 4 and talked about his life in the land of Big Red.
Ted Venetoulis. Don Hutchinson. Dennis Rasmussen. Jim Smith. Don Mohler. All led by Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger on Capitol Hill with a frank and open conversation about the future of America after a White Nationalist assault on democracy. Leadership matters.
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.
The best part of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery is bringing together good friends for the season. Erik Sauer and Bill Cole join Nestor at Conrad's in Abingdon to discuss saving the lives of blood cancer patients and the incredible work of There Goes My Hero
What makes Canton such an amazing and enduring great local neighborhood in Baltimore? The Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery is back on the road. First stop: Mama's On The Half Shell with Jen Fedeli and Greg Szczepaniak telling Nestor Aparicio about the history of the good life on The Square in Canton.
If you love the music of Billy Joel and you don't know the incredible story of how an amazing club tribute artist from Long Island got the attention of The Piano Man who then invited him into the touring band, well...you're gonna love this story!
You might not know the story of the 1977 MEAC champions at Morgan State. Or what happened to the coach? Or his kid? Or the white guy on the team whose brother became the drummer in The Black Crowes. The incredible life of Jim Gorman told by a local kid...
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...
The football talk and Super Bowl XXXV win and haka dance at The Barn are all vivid memories from the era of the first purple miracle but we had some good times just singing Christmas songs and laughing...
Legendary local comedian Mickey Cucchiella joins Nestor to share and poke fun of three decades of friendship and history and tales about growing up on a Baltimore stage after meeting backstage at Hammerjacks during the glam rock era of the 1980s.
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.
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.