It's taken Nestor a lifetime of Ocean City trips to finally pop the burning question to the Lord Of The Fries at Thrashers, Les Morris: "Why no ketchup?" The history and the journey of an Idaho potato to your belly at the beach and the secret of apple cider vinegar.
The Orioles had the rare occurrence to play Major League Baseball in a minor league ballpark last week in Western New York. Canada will soon open its border to its Blue Jays but our pal Todd Radom gives some color to the Vlad experience for the Bills Mafia.
Our Catonsville partner Lou Weinkam has some end-of-year-advice on a real-life checklist for things to be thinking about amidst COVID madness. Oh, some guidance on the menu at Franco's on Frederick Road as well...
The schoolteacher in the Senate President always comes back to the kids and the most significant piece of education legislation in decades. Life has changed for all of us since March. Bill Ferguson has more to say about Kirwan.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour has brought together friends, sponsors and community members in a fun way. This time at Nacho Mama's in Towson, Dr. Steve Elliott of Elliott Chiropractic Life Center on Joppa Road joins Nestor for food, folks and fundamental education on his vocation of helping folks heal.
A recurring guest in recent years as he left the drum kit of The Black Crowes to become a sports radio host at Fox Sports Radio, Gorman and Nestor catches up on Orioles, NFL and life in Nashville with the new band Trigger Hippy.
When the Maryland Crab Cake Tour stopped at Greenmount Station, Matt Colender and Chris Richards told Nestor a bit of the history of North Carroll and Manchester Valley and how plenty of locals pitch in to create great things for the community in Hampstead.
Sometimes they just talk sports with masks on, Zoom booted up and six feet of distance, but this time Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the human nature of resistance to change and the realities of how the pandemic doesn't care.
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.
Back in the 1990s, live radio would pack 'em in and football and baseball conversations would weave together. The future Hall of Famer was wearing an "It's a D.C. Thang" T-shirt. His hometown and the Nation's Capital didn't even have a team back then...
Decorated author John Feinstein joins Nestor and Don for further discussion on a recent column in The Washington Post regarding Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks dispatching with an American tradition.