As the Crab Wagon pulled up to the Weis Market in Fullerton, Nestor enjoyed the delicious $6 Signature Crab Cake and another stop on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour. This time the bonus was trying the legendary Bel-Garden Sub for the first time, too!
Our first chat of Crab Cake Tour Stop 3 leads us to Frederick Road and the amazing journey of Evan Brown from two "once in a lifetime" floods in Ellicott City at Portalli's to a friendly new home in the center of his hometown of Catonsville.
It was easy to pick up pounds during the lockdown but summer is a great time to change your diet and take advantage of delicious fresh fruits and vegetables. Some of us know about summer overload and beach bodies.
After taking a tour of the new Allegiant Stadium – aka The Death Star – our pal Brian Lease talks Ravens and gives Nestor a primer on new Las Vegas football experience for those headed to the desert in September for the season opener.
In the spring of 1994, Meat Loaf made a cameo as a ballpark guest from Oriole Park at Camden Yards on "The Budweiser Sports Forum" on WWLG-AM 1360. We'll find some more visits from the late, great baseball lover Marvin Aday over the years but this was the first chat, which includes co-host Mark Mussina, the brother of Hall of Famer Mike.
After his inspired feature on all aspects and issues regarding the future of the space currently occupied by Harborplace, we asked Ron Cassie of Baltimore Magazine about some of the finer points of turning the four-decades-old, Rouse-designed mall into a potential park space serving all of the citizens of our city.
It is always a pleasure to talk rock and roll, sports and life in the great rock and roll band in the world with the great Maryland native and one time "Bullets Fever" author. Life in E Street with the affable Lofgren.
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...
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 one-time Arundel High sensation and 13-year MLB veteran has been no stranger to visits with Nestor over all of these years. This time, they talk love of the game and growing up around the big leagues...
Back in August 2016, the Severna Park native and longtime rock and roll drummer talked about coming to an Orioles game to bring awareness to his brother Jim's MSA (Multiple System Atrophy) diagnosis. This is an incredible story with Morgan State roots and pays tribute to an incredible local life we lost recently.