The ArtsQuest Center at Steelstacks will be hosting their FIRST Professional Boxing Event on Thursday, June 6th at 7pm! Register below for your chance to win a free pair of tickets to this fight night event!
Event Features: 7 action packed bouts; A dynamic slate of up-and-coming professional fighters eager to climb the boxing ranks; Plus Jeffrey Dorsey Holmes, grandson of former WBC world heavyweight champion Larry Holmes vs. Marquis Pierce of Easton, as well as the pro debut of female fighter Catrina Lentini.
Tickets are on sale now at ArtQuest.org or by phone at 610-332-3378! Ticket Prices: $25-$60
VIP Tickets are also available and include a meet and greet with Larry Holmes and Gerry Cooney, dinner buffet and private viewing area to watch all of the action in the ring. Those tickets are $100 each. There are also $60 reserved ring side tickets that also include a meet and greet with Larry Holmes and Gerry Cooney.
CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS AND FOR MORE INFORMATION!
No matter WHO you are walking for... Walk with Fox Sports Lehigh valley for the 1 in 88 people who are on the Autism Spectrum!
Join 1470's Eagle Jeff at the 2013 Walk Now for Autism Speaks event happening on Saturday, April 20th at their NEW WALK LOCATION: Dorney Park!
Walk Registration is at 8:30am | Kick Off at 10am
Can't attend the walk? It's ok! Click Here to make a donation to the Walk Team for Autism Speaks! Thank you!
Please note: Only service animals will be permitted at the new walk location!
Fox Sports Lehigh Valley at Walk Now for Autism Speaks, Underwritten by:
The United State Air Force. Supporting Your Community. See how you fit into our community at Airforce.com!
What's up basketball fans! March Madness is right around the corner and if you think you're the king of the bracket madness, then now is your chance to show everyone your skills by entering our "March Madness Bracket Challenge" brought to you by Rudy's Car Wash- Get 20 cents off PER Gallon of gas with any car wash! Check out there website and one of their five convenient locations by going to RudysCarWash.com!
And get this?! The winner of our March Madness Bracket Challenge will win themselves a pair of tickets to see the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park!
To sign up it's easy as 1-2-3 and more importantly it is FREE!.
1. If you don't already have a CBSSports.com ID you will need to register HERE, but again it is free!(If already have a CBSSports ID then forget this step.)
2. Once you are registered and have a ID, click the link
Fill out the following information and that is where you will create your entry to our bracket.
You will need the group password which is: eagles(it is case sensitive!)
3. Once you are entered, all you do is wait for the bracket to be released on Selection Sunday(Sunday March 17th). After the bracket is released go back to our league and fill out the bracket. Once you are done filling it out make sure to click "SAVE BRACKET" otherwise it won't save.
The first game is Thurs March 21th! You will have until the first game to start to enter. The tournament will run until April 8th with the national championship!
After that, you sit back,relax and enjoy yourself some college basketball!
Don't wait to sign up as there is limited space and once it is filled that is it! Deadline to enter is Wed March 20th at 5pm!
-Only 1 Entry per person! No extra email addresses to give you more chances! If seen they will be deleted!
-Entrants MUST be 13 years or older to qualify for the grand prize!
-Whoever has the most points by the end of the Bracket Challenge will be the winner and awarded the grand prize of a pair of Phillies tickets. If there is a tie, the tiebreaker is closest to the total score of the Championship game without going over. If there is a tie with the total score, a winner will be drawn out of a hat and called by our staff with more information on how to pick up the prize.
Any questions or concerns, please email JeffreyWarner@clearchannel.com
You must be 13 years or older to enter!! Prize Provided by: You can only win once per household every 30 days from B104... this includes online, on air and through email blasts! (Note: You can only win from one Clear Channel Allentown Radio Station throughout a 30 days period as well. This includes winning from WZZO, WAEB AM, B104 & Fox 1470).
Follow Jeff on Twitter @Jeff1470TheFox for all the latest Eagles and NFL Coverage...
The Eagles just continue to make moves in the early going of free agency revamping their secondary and bringing in four new additions to the defensive backfield and now the Eagles move their focus towards the front seven with their latest signing.
On Thursday the Eagles signed former Texans outside linebacker Connor Barwin to a six-year, $36 million deal. The soon to be 27 year old Barwin(6-3 253lbs) has spent the last four season in Houston recording 108 total tackles, 19 sacks, 16 pass deflections, 1 forced fumble and two fumble recoveries in 49 games(31 starts).
Barwin would fill the bill of an edge pass rushing outside linebacker with experience in a 3-4 system that the Eagles have been in search for and is not just a pass rushing specialist but can make plays against the run as well in coverage against the pass with his awareness and speed to close holes quickly to make plays. He is a physical playmaker and help fill a role but he does bring some red flags.
His injury concern and his inconsistentcy makes you wonder is he worth the signing. After recording an 11.5 sack campaign in 2011, we saw a major dropoff in 2012 with a disappointing 3.5 sacks. If he wants to solidify himself as an elite pass rusher in this league, he has consistently put up decent stats year in and year out. He can be a solid player on this defense and is someone who has experience playing the position under Wade Phillips last season in Houston, let’s just hope we see more of the 2011 Barwin and not 2009.
The question is now what does this mean for Trent Cole and Brandon Graham? Cole I feel will be the other starting pass rushing outside linebacker opposite of Barwin. Still a question mark if he can fit the position in the 3-4 scheme. As for the Graham, he might either have to take a paycut or will risk being released. He was showing some signs last year he was fully healed from major surgery two years prior and was the Eagles most dominate rusher with his qb hurries but he is more of a traditional 4-3 DE rusher and has problems coming off the edge standing up in this defense. If he remains, he would provide depth and could come in on pass rushing downs….