Beats and Eats

The "virtual lounge" is open and hosts Ty Ray and Nick Gelso welcome you inside for a "happy hour" for the mind. This weekly pop culture cocktail features some of the biggest names in entertainment and culinary arts. Whether you like music, movies, tv, comedy, food, and more Beats & Eats offers an incredible menu of tasty topics presented in unpredictable style and flair by its award winning hosts. You can also find B&E on all social media outlets. Be sure to 'circle' them on Google+ to be included in their LIVE, video version of the audio episodes heard here. If you love B&E, are a foodie and love to LOL at great dialogue, then you have to check out Beats and Eats II: The Comedy and Cooking Virtual Kitchen. Food Network celebrities from shows such as Hell's Kitchen, CHOPPED and Cutthroat Kitchen host a buffet of foodie topics that will make you hungry for more! Check out the Beats and Eats II Feed at www.beatsandeats.net/chefs. Lastly, for the easiest, most user friendly way to watch and listen, download the FREE Beats and Eats mobile APP in the iTunes market. www.beatsandeats.net/iosFREE or Android www.beatsandeats.net/Android...

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Racism in the Celtics - Lakers Rivalry in the 80's w/ Legends Michael Cooper & Cedric Maxwell


People don't know or forgot how much race played a factor in the Celtics - Lakers Rivalry in the 80's. What is even more interesting is how much racism affected the African American players on both teams, against each other!   Nobody knows these facts better than the players who were on the court during that epic 7 game series in 1984 and 85. Two NBA Legends, and pivotal contributors to their respective teams, Michael Cooper & Cedric Maxwell, tell stories you'll never forget (and def never heard.   The best part is, Ty an I just leave Max and Coop to BS on the phone, recorded it (with their permission, of course) and uploaded it. The hatred between the C's and Showtime was well known through out sports and pop culture back in the 80s.  The hatred didn't stop with Cooper or Cornbread either.    Today's phone conversation podcast is the first time since 1985 that these two iconic players last spoke. Oh yea, the hate was real. So, usually we are sipping vodka martinis but today, this is a coffee type conversation and you get to be a fly on the wall for it.    Enjoy.    


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 30 October 2019  48m