Thursday, January 21, 2021

INTELLIGENT CONVERSATION

Television

A writer, a boat, a dock, a wire and a story to tell about our city

There is no finer storyteller or historian of Baltimore in the modern era. Let venerable wordsmith Rafael Alvarez tell you about his journey and the characters who shaped the tales and words of his family legacy.

Writer Rafael Alvarez discusses love of Baltimore and walking the wire of life on a boat

Writer Rafael Alvarez discusses love of Baltimore and walking the wire of life on a boat

EPISODE 272: Jayne Miller recaps four decades of journalism, covering and uncovering crime and how to better serve Baltimore

Nestor has wanted to chat on the radio with Jayne Miller for at least 20 years. But, as Don Mohler pointed out in serving in his two decades of government, it's when Jayne Miller wants to chat with you that there is usually deep concern at a place that answers to the public trust.

Nestor welcomes Tony Siragusa to the Baltimore Ravens

There wasn't much to recommend signing with the fledgling purple birds of Art Modell in the crowded AFC Central but The Goose saw potential in Ray Lewis and leadership in Ted Marchibroda.

Those were Happy Days when Donnie Most talked baseball and The Fonz

During the 1996 MLB playoffs, "Grease" was on stage at the Mechanic Theatre and the man known to many as Ralph Malph was performing across the street from our studio.
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Harbaugh expecting to see an even better Lamar Jackson in 2021

"He’s going to work hard at that stuff, and he’s going to improve and get better. It’ll show up in how he plays next year."
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