As he traverses the great state of Maryland in search of the perfect crab cake, everyone is inviting Nestor over to try their recipe. This time, Rob Santoni of Weis Markets is bringing the Eastern Shore to Bel Air Road for a legit cookoff with proper pan-seared signature crab cakes.
We're pretty sure he's seen more in NFL games in more NFL stadiums than anyone alive. Now in semi-retirement in South Carolina, the longtime VP who came from Cleveland with Art Modell discusses his departure from a labor of love and football and community.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery spent some quality time in South Baltimore at Mother's in Federal Hill chatting with veteran women-owned Cross Street business leaders. Anna Leventis has been feeding our family for a decade in SoBo.
This week, The Recon "sticks to sports" with plenty of excitement locally and an excruciating story unfolding with hate speech and NFL leadership. Don Mohler and Nestor Aparicio debate in their usual style in their weekly podcast.
Legendary local radio host Marc Steiner discusses the difficult history of racism on the Eastern Shore and the life and death of fellow activist Gloria Richardson, whose famous image still is a symbol of 20th century courage.
Evan Brown of State Fare in Catonsville and Nestor go down a very familiar crustacean hole and resurrect the eternal debate: what makes the perfect crab cake? One of them intends to investigate this further...
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...
The University of Delaware Magazine is doing a feature story on Joe Flacco, now that he has made his way back to Philadelphia via the Eagles. Editor Artika Casini asks Nestor to tell some Joe Cool tales of Baltimore Ravens lore.
Don Mohler was one of the first guests on the Budweiser Sports Forum in early 1992. Now, three decades later, he asks The King of Baltimore Sports Media about how a kid from Dundalk made the journey to thirty years of talking to people.