Tuesday, May 21, 2024

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WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 12: The legend of the first great tailgate in San Diego

It sounds like heresy but last century, "tailgating" was illegal in Baltimore. (You kids can look it up!) In 1996, when the Ravens came to the Charm City, David Modell set out to change those laws and in 1997 when the first purple trip San Diego took 200 "Nasty Nestor" listeners to Jack Murphy Stadium, we met some Chargers fans in the parking lot and made some memories. There were many, many roadtrips and more beer, sandwiches and fried chicken consumed along many highways with Gunther buses but this virgin voyage in a town that the NFL has now forgotten was truly unforgettable.

Our Honeygo Weis Markets manager Nick Fischer returns with an eggceptional offer and more local history

Our Honeygo Weis Markets manager Nick Fischer returns with an eggceptional offer and more local history

An eggceptional deal for Weis Rewards members

Our resident Honeygo Weis Markets manager Nick Fischer returns with an eggceptional offer and more curious local history with his passion for old bottles and glass.

Hannah Gratti tells Nestor all about Weis Markets Weis4School program in Baltimore

Hannah Gratti tells Nestor all about Weis Markets Weis4School program in Baltimore

Finding the Weis program for your school is easy

Hannah Gratti tells Nestor all about Weis Markets Weis4School program in Baltimore and how you can turn your grocery shopping into local funds for your school.

Chef Tim Love talks crab cakes and kangaroo grilling with Nestor on Radio Row

Chef Tim Love talks crab cakes and kangaroo grilling with Nestor on Radio Row

Cooking up a proper Texas-style Super Bowl tailgate with Love from Los Angeles

Chef Tim Love talks crab cakes and kangaroo grilling with Nestor on Radio Row

Checking in with The Babe: just a long fly ball from Camden Yards

Baseball and Babe Ruth historian Michael Gibbons invites Orioles fans back to Emory Street in time for Opening Day.

The rituals of Ravens fans during the Festivus indoor home tailgate

We're used to being at the games. Or having friends over. Or being at an awesome place like Franco's in Catonsville. But what happens when tacos win and wings lose? Anyone else as superstitious about Ravens game day food spreads?
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Calling all of the big ones calls Collmus back home to West Baltimore for Preakness 149

If you love old Pimlico or know anything about Maryland horse racing, you know that legendary track announcer Larry Collmus is a Mount St. Joe boy. But, Nestor needed to know the rest of the story and further extended the legend of the great Clem Florio, who rides every race with the Triple Crown voice of the racing gods.

Five-run first inning paces Orioles to 9-2 blowout win over Seattle

Baltimore jumped all over starter Bryce Miller and then pulled away with four runs against the Mariners bullpen in the seventh.

Telling the history of horse racing business in Maryland

Before we can get to where the horse racing industry is headed under a new directive from Annapolis we must first figure out how we got here. Telling the history of Maryland horse racing and the horsemen with Alan Foreman and David Richardson on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at Greenmount Bowl in Hampstead.

Baffert returns to Baltimore Positive and Preakness looking for ninth Woodlawn Vase

Legendary horse racing trainer Bob Baffert returns to Baltimore and Pimlico with two horses and crack at ninth Preakness win. Will Muth or Imagination win the 149th running of the second leg of the Triple Crown at Old Hilltop on Saturday? Baffert makes his annual stop on Nestor's show from California for an update on his stable and situation after not being allowed to run for the roses in Kentucky.

Ravens will navigate a treacherous holiday slate this season

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the bombast of the NFL schedule release and unfurl their thoughts on opening against the Super Bowl champion Kansas City City Chiefs on the road and the journey ahead with short rest and a late bye week.

The promise and Orioles Magic of Adley Rutschman

After yet another walk-off home run win, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the special magic and growth mindset brewing on a team when every night produces a different star for the first-place – and still not swept – Baltimore Orioles, who welcome the Seattle Mariners to Camden Yards this weekend.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following series split with Toronto

On Wednesday, Adley Rutschman reminded everyone why his arrival two years ago changed everything.

Straining to get to the Northern Lights and needing some Move relief

Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness gets a Move testimonial from Nestor for topical pain relief after Northern Lights adventure
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