2015 Lehigh Valley Lunacy Championship Match

March 26th, 2015 posted by

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Who Will Win It All?

2015 has marked the third edition of Lehigh Valley Lunach and we’re down from our starting 64 participants to just two remaining candidates vying to take home the Championship.

The final four consisted of the 2014 defending Champion Lehigh Valley Zoo vs. Celtic Classic Highland Games & Festival and Historic Hotel Bethlehem vs. Bethlehem Brew Works.

Who’s moving on. what is the final going to look like?

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Go Behind the Scenes on a Martin Guitar Factory Tour in Nazareth

March 25th, 2015 posted by

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Tour Martin Guitar

By Sarah Mason, Discover Lehigh Valley Intern

There’s something pretty crazy about witnessing a man holding and playing a guitar that cost about as much as your college tuition. Though, this specific guitar is from C.F. Martin & Co and it has a lot of beautiful pearl in it and sounds amazing. It’s beauty almost makes you think that it’s not crazy that it costs about as much as your college tuition.

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Top 20 Peeps Moments of 2015

March 24th, 2015 posted by

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Where my Peeps at?

Easter is right around the corner and what exactly does that mean? It means a gang buster sale of the famous candy made in Lehigh Valley’s city of Bethlehem, Pa., Peeps, of course!

Peeps are notorious all over the world it seems.

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2015 Lehigh Valley Lunacy: Down to the Final Four

March 23rd, 2015 posted by

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Semi-Final Time

After four rounds each cutting the field in half, we are down to four. And only two can move on.

Of the eight that made it to this point, there were two #1 seeds, one #2 seed, two #3 seeds, two #4 seeds and one #7 seed.

So, did any of the lower seeds move on? Is there a new Cinderella? Let’s find out.

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Who is Mary Lambert and Why Should You See Her at SteelStacks on March 30?

March 22nd, 2015 posted by

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Who is Mary Lambert and why should you care?

Mary Lambert is playing at the Musikfest Cafe at SteelStacks in Bethlehem on March 30 and you may not know about it. Why? Because she’s “relevant.”

Let’s be honest. Some current complaints about popular Lehigh Valley music venues (even if they are bringing in some incredible acts, like Hall & Oates and Marilyn Manson, on a regular basis) are that the artists booked there may not be “relevant.”

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Cosmopolitan Restaurant in Downtown Allentown to Change to “Seafood Grill Style”

March 19th, 2015 posted by

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Change coming to Cosmo.

It was reported throughout Lehigh Valley earlier today that Cosmopolitan restaurant in downtown Allentown was closing, which led many to speculate what was happening.

Many thought the restaurant would merely close its doors, however, that was never going to be the case!

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Blast Furnace Blues Burns into Bethlehem’s SteelStacks

March 19th, 2015 posted by

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Blast Furnace Blues in Bethlehem

The Blast Furnace Blues Festival, sponsored by Highmark Blue Shield is once again coming to ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks March 27 through the 29. The three day festival will feature performances by two-time GRAMMY nominee Shemekia Copeland, multiple Blues Music Award and B.B. King Entertainer of the Year winner Tommy Castro, the Heritage Blues Orchestra and John Németh & the Bo-Keys.

The Blast Furnace Blues festival offers a unique opportunity to see over 20-plus national and local blues artists.

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2015 Lehigh Valley Lunacy Marches On with the Field down to Eight

March 19th, 2015 posted by

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Regional Championship Time

We’ve narrowed the field from 64 down to 32 down to 16 and now down to 8.

There is no doubting the momentum of these elite eight is higher now than it was at the start.

So, who has made it this far and who will be moving on? The first will be announced here, the second is your vote.

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Flint Hill Farm Educational Center is Perfect for a Family Getaway on the Farm

March 17th, 2015 posted by

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Flint Hill Farm

Just after the last snowfall of the 2015 winter season, and just before it quickly melted away with warmer temperatures, we visited Flint Hill Farm Educational Center on Flint Hill Road in Coopersburg.

Flint Hill Farm is a preserved farm located on a 28-acres in Lehigh County, PA. The farm dates back to about 1850. It was the home to farmer families Cicon and Hassick until Kathleen Fields purchased it in 1997. The working farm offers 6 acres of wooded paths, 20 acres of pastures for our sheep, goats, and cows and assorted gardens planted with herbs, flowers and vegetables.

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Lafayette has a Ticket to the Dance… How Will They Do?

March 17th, 2015 posted by

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Lafayette College is Going to the Big Dance

The winner of the Patriot League Tournament receives one of the 32 automatic bids into the NCAA Tournament.

This year, that bid belongs to Easton’s own Lafayette College Leopards.

But how should we expect them to do?

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