Dick Feagler interviewed Les Roberts on his show “Feagler & Friends” last Friday night. In case you missed it, here’s the video. Fast forward to approximately 22 minutes for the start of Les’s interview with Dick:
Thirteen Seconds by Joe Eszterhas and Michael D. Roberts
The dramatic and eye-opening original account of events that shook the nation.
At noon on May 4, 1970, a thirteen-second burst of gunfire transformed the campus of Kent State University into a national nightmare. National Guard bullets killed four students and wounded nine. By nightfall the campus was evacuated and the school was closed. A generation of college students said they had lost all hope for the System and the future.
CLEVELAND, OHIO — Joe Tait wasn’t just the radio announcer for the Cleveland Cavaliers, he was part of the franchise. Tait was the “Voice of the Cleveland Cavaliers” for over forty years, beginning at the very first game at the Cleveland Arena on Euclid in 1970 until his retirement in 2011. Now he and Plain Dealer sports writer Terry Pluto have teamed up to tell Joe’s story in their new book, Joe Tait: It’s Been a Real Ball ($15.95 / softcover / 264 pages).