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What would an NFL Draft weekend look like in Baltimore?

Our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld reports back to Nestor on the Detroit scene for NFL Draft and what Baltimore could be as a potential host for the biggest event of the offseason. How do we lure an event with a massive scale and size that needs to be experienced to be appreciated?

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Why did Chad Steele take my press credentials after 26 years of covering the Baltimore Ravens?

This is my story in my own words. Listen and learn about how the NFL treats the local media and avoids the tough questions and intimidates local media who have traveled and reported on Baltimore football since before Art Modell brought the Ravens here in 1995. What happened is wrong and here’s why…

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Trying to understand the facts about new Orioles lease at Camden Yards

As the ink was drying on the new Maryland Stadium Authority deal with John Angelos and the Baltimore Orioles, former MSA chairman Tom Kelso joins Nestor for a primer on a new stadium deal at Camden Yards and what it means for the fans, the citizens and the team. A compelling stop on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour for the holidays at Weis Markets at Honeygo in Perry Hall.

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Discussing the future of Camden Yards with an expert

The second part of our extensive holiday chat with former Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Tom Kelso continued with a discussion about the future of downtown stadia and growth for Baltimore and what the new lease means for the Orioles, Ravens and the downtown area. No one in local media has discussed this $1.2 billion investment more thoroughly, candidly and accurately than we have and provided the information for citizens. This is important stuff for sports fans and citizens who are funding billionaires for franchises.

Former MSA chairman Tom Kelso joins Nestor for a primer on new stadium deal at Camden Yards

As the ink was drying on the new Maryland Stadium Authority deal with John Angelos and the Baltimore Orioles, former MSA chairman Tom Kelso joins Nestor for a primer on a new stadium deal at Camden Yards and what it means for the fans, the citizens and the team. A compelling stop on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour for the holidays at Weis Markets at Honeygo in Perry Hall.

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Taking the Maryland Crab Cake Tour to the streets for the holidays

With the Ravens on bye week and the Orioles dormant during the early stages of baseball free agency, Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos why he’s ramping up the neighborhood and community aspect of his Maryland Crab Cake Tour and taking it to the streets for the holidays around Baltimore.

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Let’s talk facts about Orioles and the MSA Memorandum of Understanding

Former Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Tom Kelso returns to answer more of Nestor’s very serious questions about the Baltimore Orioles lease, the “Memorandum of Understanding” (MOU) and what happens to Steve Bisciotti and the Ravens if Governor Wes Moore promises all of The Warehouse and Camden Yards land and power to the Angelos family.

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Telling the whole truth about the uncertain future of the Maryland Stadium Authority and Camden Yards and the Angelos Family

Follow the money. Wait for the real ink on the lease not the words of a man who lies regularly. Former Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Tom Kelso joins Nestor for a long-awaited, deep dive on everything about the $1.2 billion of your money that Steve Bisciotti and the Angelos Family are getting to keep their sports franchises in Baltimore. Ask someone who knows all the answers and you get them. Listen and learn. It’s important!

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos what he’s learned about Orioles intentions for Camden Yards

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos what he’s learned about the Orioles intentions for Camden Yards and the downtown area. And he doesn’t like anything about the facts he’s uncovered and the legitimate people with knowledge who are speaking out about the future of our city and who will control the future of the complex and the Maryland Stadium Authority.

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Why is a long-term lease at Camden Yards so important for the Orioles?

We’re the only ones in town talking about why the Orioles don’t have a lease at Camden Yards. Dennis Koulatsos asked Nestor Aparicio his thoughts on why there’s no deal between the Angelos family and the new regime in Annapolis.

Looking ahead to whats next for the business of sports in Baltimore Conway
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The future of sports in Baltimore

No one does Baltimore sports history like Nestor Aparicio. Bill Cole opened up a nest of birds and the future of the Orioles and the lease situation at Camden Yards and the value of a sports franchise to Baltimore. This one got spicy and went overtime.

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The way we were on Radio Row over 28 years

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss 28 years of iconic Radio Row chats that will become WNST Radio Row Month at AM 1570 and Baltimore Positive. We’re still adding up exactly how many Hall of Famers over all of the years. You can count them up yourselves and let us know.

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After 26 faithful purple seasons, the Ravens have bullied me out of my seats and denied my media access

This is my story. This is the truth. And it must be told. In its entirety because it’s so outrageous as to be almost unbelievable. Covering the Ravens is all I’ve ever done professionally since the team arrived in Baltimore in 1996, and this is how I feed my family and pay my bills as a small local business and AM 1570 radio operator and entrepreneur.

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