Thursday, February 2, 2023
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WJZ

Putting the Schuh on other foot and interviewing the longtime WJZ reporter

Longtime WJZ reporter Mike Schuh tells Nestor about his new storytelling gig that has shown him new places and the Northern Lights after 27 years in Baltimore on TV Hill.

From Woodlawn to Jacksonville and a life in sports news

Baltimorean and longtime WJXT sports director Sam Kouvaris joins Nestor from Jacksonville with preview of the Jaguars and Trevor Lawrence. And as always, the old tales of leaving home for the Florida beach.

Catching up with the great John Buren all these years later

Longtime WJZ Sports Guy John Buren goes up TV Hill and down memory lane beyond the bowling alley and League Night and picking games with Artie Donovan.

From West Baltimore to West Yellowstone and viral all over the world

Broadcaster Deion Broxton tells his story about how a kid from West Baltimore found himself in the path of a herd of bison in Yellowstone Park – and the aftermath of becoming instantly famous and doing TV in Bozeman.

How far can Lamar Jackson take Ravens in 2021?

Former WBAL sports director Greg Sher visits Nestor to discuss the world of mortgages, career changes and how much the state of Baltimore sports has changed since the turn of the century.

Olesker give us a mostly complete Baltimore mayoral political history

Will Brandon Scott be the visionary mayor who will lift our city?

Orioles won’t air any 2018 games on local broadcast TV

WJZ had aired 20 games produced by MASN last season, including Opening Day.

Part 3: Which Baltimore sports media entities suck? Here’s my report card…

Nestor tells it like it is regarding Baltimore sports media and now it's your turn...

It’s time for a WNST “report card” & we need your help!

Take our WNST “State of Baltimore Sports Media” survey & win a trip to beautiful Cleveland, Ohio!!!

Art Donovan tells us how he got his first big break with the Colts

This is the finale of a spirited four-part chat with Fatso, who covered all of aspects of his life on a summer night in Fallston when he had a lot of energy to make us laugh.
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Ravens’ Huntley being added to Pro Bowl festivities no big deal, but undeserved recognition is

A three-touchdown season was enough to send Tyler Huntley to the Pro Bowl as a fourth alternate.

For the love of the extinct Luv Ya Blue magic of the Houston Oilers

Back in 1992 when Nestor Aparicio began doing his own radio show on WITH-AM 1230 and Baltimore didn't have an NFL team, he reached to then-Houston Oilers public relations man Chip Namias for a helping hand with the Love Ya Blue blood running through his young veins after leaving The Baltimore Sun. And here we are 30 years later telling the tales.

The tough decisions ahead for Eric DeCosta

Longtime sports media executive and Baltimorean David Katz comes home to offer Nestor his thoughts on the Lamar Jackson timeline and many options of the franchise to make its best play.

A Weis strategy for entertaining for “The Big Game” on Sunday

Dennis Curtin and Nestor discuss snacks and strategies for Super Bowl weekend and stocking the party for the last game of the season. Kansas City BBQ or Philly pretzels?

Thirty years of friendship and Peter Angelos owning the Baltimore Orioles

Allen McCallum and Nestor Aparicio convene three decades later looking for what the Angelos family has done and will leave for Orioles fans.

Here are the reasons Lamar Jackson and Ravens could soon divorce

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor discuss why they believe Lamar Jackson and Ravens will part ways before September

The Athlete Mindset and Memorial Stadium memories and Section 513

Jeff Brandes brings Nestor The Athlete Mindset and the life of a coach from Section 513 to State Fare in Catonsville on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts following conference championship weekend

Like Terrell Suggs a few years ago, ex-Raven Brandon Williams is a win away from becoming a Super Bowl champion with Kansas City.
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