We continue our three-part Maryland Crab Cake Tour chat from Barrett's On The Pike with Harford County Executive Barry Glassman about who is counting and distributing the money in Annapolis and his political trail after Bel Air.
Now that "Top Gun: Maverick" is about to finally be released, here's the two stars of the new film back in February 2020 at the Miami Super Bowl telling Nestor and Luke all about the legacy of the film and why you need to see the original.
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.
After months of backaches and strains from sitting too long and staring at his computer building Baltimore Positive, Nestor called David Noel at MOI and moved into the 21st century post-pandemic life of working in comfort from home.
One time, Nestor Aparicio and Chip Znuff saw Nolan Ryan pitch at Memorial Stadium together in a limo. And, yes, Chip was wearing that hat and those shades. Get high on a new thing and a few old stories in this one...
It got a little emotional as Nestor told some Scunny tales from Canton and some Nacho Mama's memories while later admitting he really needed a Natty Boh to wash it down. We'll save that one for Mama's On The Half Shell in Canton later on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.
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...
Stanstock has become an East Side live music charity tradition led by longtime local musician Stan Gibson, who was a childhood friend of Nestor. You'll love this story as told by Mike Miller, who helps organize the festival each fall.
Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis brings Nestor some fresh air and thoughts on the departure of Big Ben in Pittsburgh and how the cities are always in battle and the rivalry never dims. Not even to watch Cincinnati.
In a new book of his conversations with modern celebrities, Yankees broadcaster and sports radio host Michael Kay of Yes Network brings to life his extended chats where pop culture meets substance and depth.
Did you know that 80s pop star Thomas Dolby has been a professor at Johns Hopkins teaching music for several years? It was poetry in motion when he was an ambassador and performer at the inaugural Light City when Nestor first got to say hello in 2016.