Baltimore native and former NFL player Keion Carpenter joined Vinny and Rob to talk about some great upcoming events for area youth; Shutdown Academy’s First Annual Pre-Season Youth All Star Bowl and 2012 Commitment for Change (C4C) Youth Summer Football Camp.
Marty and Don had “Coffee With” Matthew Rice and Aaron Maybin. Ron Matz was in Fells Point welcoming singers to Manic Monday from Baltimore County Head Start.
He went to high school in Howard County and now he’s a star in the NFL. Aaron Maybin returned to Baltimore Monday to promote arts education, especially for students in low-income areas.
Manish Mehta covers the Jets for the New York Daily News. He talks about the team’s recent re-signing of OLB Aaron Maybin, the injury statuses of Antonio Cromartie and Nick Mangold, and other typical questions as the Ravens get ready to face the Jets this weekend.
The NFL labor dispute has officially entered overtime. The players union and the NFL now have seven days to come to an agreement.
Marty and Don talked to Baltimore native and Buffalo Bills’ OLB about the 2nd annual Celebration of the Arts Week and Reception. The purpose of the week is to raise money for youth art programs in Baltimore City. For People Are Talking, Ron Matz was in Dundalk talking about free pancakes at IHOP.