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Win Fleetwood Mac Tickets Three Times A Day With 103.3 The Eagle (Contest Ends 6/22/18)

103.3 The Eagle wants you to hook you up with tickets to see the legendary Fleetwood Mac live in concert at the BOK Center on October 3rd.

 Beginning Monday, June 18th, we've got three (3) chances each weekday for you to win a pair of ticket to the show! 

To get your hands on a pair, just listen at about 8:00am CT, 12:00pm CT and 4:00pm CT each weekday. We'll announce a new keyword in each of these contest hours. Texter number 103 will instantly win a pair of tickets.

Download the Eagle App for iPhone or Android today, turn on “Contest and Breaking News Alerts” at the bottom of the App Homepage, and we’ll send you an alert minutes before each keyword announcement, so that you never miss a chance to win! 

Good luck from 103.3 The Eagle!

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. TEXT AND DATA RATES APPLY. Begins June 18th, 2018 and ends June 22nd, 2018 . Contest is open to legal residents in KJSR's listening area 18 years or older. Sweepstakes involve multiple daily drawings. Odds of winning will vary. Only 3 attempts will be made to contact potential winners. Void where prohibited or restricted by law.

Photos: Inside Oprah’s new $8.2M home on Orcas Island

Oprah Winfrey purchased a 43-acre estate on Orcas Island in Washington for $8.275 million.

Frosé at Taco Bell? Restaurant tries to lure millennials with frozen rosé wine

Say hello to the Berry Frosé Twisted Freeze, Taco Bell’s new frozen rosé wine now available at select cantina-style restaurants.

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The California-based fast-food chain announced the millennial-friendly boozy drink as part of a limited test launch this summer.

Taco Bell’s $7.99 16-ounce frosé is made with a couple of ounces of Charles & Charles rosé wine blended with a combination of berry flavors for “a tasty, strawberry-forward, easy-to-sip summer treat” as “refreshing as it is fabulous,” the restaurant told Thrillist.

>> Taco Bell announces new tortilla chips based on its sauces

As of Wednesday, the new Instagram-worthy drink is only available at the Chicago Loop and Newport Beach Cantina locations. But there’s a chance the company will roll out the new item to more restaurants in the coming months.

>> Candlelight vigil held for Alabama Taco Bell that burned down

Last year, Taco Bell announced an expansion of 300-350 new cantina-style locations between 2017 and 2022. The restaurants are known for selling margaritas, sangria, beer and other alcohol-infused concoctions in addition to Taco Bell’s popular late-night food options.

A total of 2,000 new locations are slated for Taco Bell by 2022, according to the company website.

Actress Rachel Brosnahan pays tribute to late aunt Kate Spade

Actress Rachel Brosnahan remembered her aunt Kate Spade as “effervescent” on Wednesday, one day after the 55-year-old fashion designer was found dead in her New York City apartment.

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The fashion brand Spade founded, Kate Spade New York, confirmed in a statement Tuesday that the iconic designer died.

>> Fashion designer Kate Spade dies

“Knowing Katy, this is how she would want to be remembered,” Brosnahan wrote Wednesday in a post on Instagram. The Golden Globe-winning actress shared a short video of Kate Spade smiling up at her husband, Andy Spade, as the couple danced to mariachi music.

“She had a light that words can’t capture but touched everyone she came into contact with,” Brosnahan wrote. “She was exceedingly kind, beautifully sensitive, insanely talented, funny as heck and one of the most generous people I have ever known.”

>> Actor David Spade remembers late sister-in-law Kate Spade: 'She was so sharp'

Police told The Associated Press that a housekeeper found Kate Spade dead Tuesday morning of an apparent suicide.

“She was effervescent,” Brosnahan wrote. “Hug your loved ones extra tight today.”

Kate Spade is survived by her husband and their 13-year-old daughter.

Delaware Burger King temporarily closed after video shows rodents in bag of buns

A Delaware Burger King is facing a whopper of a problem after a now-viral video captured unwelcome four-legged guests frolicking in a bag of buns.

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According to KYW-TV, state health officials have temporarily closed a Wilmington location of the popular fast food chain after a video of rodents scurrying across the rolls circulated on Facebook last week.

"Don't go to Burger King on 202," Shantel Johnson captioned the video, which has been viewed more than 740,000 times since it was posted Thursday.

>> Watch the video here

Officials began investigating the restaurant at 2802 Concord Pike on Friday and found mouse droppings on food and near equipment, KYW reported. The location will be closed until it meets health inspection requirements.

Burger King told KYW that it is taking the "isolated incident" seriously. 

"Food safety and hygiene is always a top priority for us," the chain said in a statement. "We have already contacted the Franchisee, who independently owns and operates the location, to investigate this matter and ensure they take the appropriate measures. We can confirm that the Restaurant is temporarily closed and will reopen once this issue is addressed."

Read more here.

Disney to donate $100 million to children’s hospitals worldwide

Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck brought Disney Magic Monday to those who could probably need it the most - patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

Along with well wishes and smiles for patients and their families, Disney characters, accompanied by CEO Bob Iger, came bearing gifts of toys for the children, KABC reported.

It was part of Disney’s initiative to donate $100 million worth of the magic that is Disney to children’s hospitals across the globe over the next fire years.

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But it’s not the toys that will help hospitals, the money will go to help improve how children’s hospitals work, KABC reported.

The company said it has a five-year plan to support children’s hospitals, continuing to follow in Walt Disney’s footsteps.

“Disney’s timeless stories have touched hearts and lifted spirits for generations, and we believe we can bring comfort to children and families going through a very difficult time,” Iger said. “Using the powerful combination of our beloved characters and legendary creativity, we’re planning to transform the patient experience in children’s hospitals around the world - creating a personalized and engaging atmosphere that will inspire young patients and ease the stress of a hospital stay.”

As part of the changes, Disney will be spearheading the following through its “Team of Heroes” program:

  • An RFID system that will help patients customize their visit. They will be able to select their favorite characters and will unlock experiences like “enchanted” artwork.
  • Treatment and patient rooms will be themed and will offer in-room entertainment.
  • Play carts will be stocked with games and activities.
  • First-run Disney movies and shows in both in-room and pop-up theaters.
  • Disney customer experience training for doctors, nurses and staff. 

Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston is the first hospital to adopt the new Disney hospital experiences.

Blue Bell's Southern Blackberry Cobbler ice cream flavor hits stores for limited time

Just as temperatures are starting to soar, Blue Bell is bringing back another limited-edition ice cream flavor to help you cool down.

According to KDFW, the Brenham, Texas-based creamery announced the return of its Southern Blackberry Cobbler flavor Monday.

>> PREVIOUSLY: Blue Bell unveils Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Dough ice cream

"Ring the dessert bell!" the company tweeted Monday morning. "Southern Blackberry Cobbler is a creamy ice cream with a luscious blackberry flavor combined with flaky pie crust pieces and a blackberry sauce swirl. In stores beginning today!"

>> See the tweet here

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Ice cream lovers can can get the flavor by the pint or half-gallon, the Houston Chronicle reported. A half-cup serving has 180 calories, 9 grams of fat and 17 grams of sugar, according to the Blue Bell website.

Learn more here.

Get right beat for CPR using ‘La Macarena’ or smartphone app, study says

Could the song “La Macarena” be the key to saving a life? A new study out of Spain says that either a song like “La Macarena” or a smartphone app to time chest compressions during cardiopulmonary resuscitation could be the answer.

The study was authored by professor Enrique Carrero Cardenal and his colleagues at the University of Barcelona, Hospital Clinic Barcelona and Universitat Autonoma Barcelona, Spain, Science Daily reported.

The research was given at the Euroanaesthesia congress in Copenhagen, Denmark. recently.

The study took a look at using either a smartphone metronome application or a musical metronome to help get a regular rhythm to time compressions.

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They chose 164 medical students to do chest compressions on a mannequin for two minutes. A control group had no guidance. One group had an app to help time beats. The third group used the song, and had to prove to the scientists that they knew the tune, Science Daily reported.

The study found that the teams that used either the app or the song had a higher rate of being in the target zone of 100-120 beats per minute than the control group. 

The group using the app had the best quality of compression, but there was a delay before performing the first compression. The song offered increased the rate, but not the depth of the compression. The app was found more effective after the starting delay.

The idea mimics the advice of using another popular ‘70s song to help time the beats of chest compressions. Heart.org says sing “Stayin’ Alive” to yourself while doing chest compressions. The song has at least 100 beats a minute, The Washington Post reported in the past

“La Macarena” was released in 1995 by Los del Rio and is one of the most famous songs in Spain, The Guardian reported.

103.3 The Eagle Billy Idol App Contest (Contest Ends: 9/18/18)

103.3 The Eagle has your chance to score free tickets to see Billy Idol at the Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on September 22nd.

One lucky Grand Prize winner will score a pair of tickets to the concert.

To get yourself registered to win, just download the Eagle Smartphone app for iPhone or Android and punch the “Billy Idol App Contest” button.

Good luck from 103.3 The Eagle.

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Begins May 31st, 2018 and ends September 18th, 2018 an 12noon CST. Contest is open to legal residents in KJSR's listening area 21 years or older. Odds of winning will vary. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. For drawing schedule, prize details and other terms, click HERE for official contest rules.

Win Eagles Tickets Three Times a day with 103.3 The Eagle

103.3 The Eagle wants you to hook you up with tickets to see the Eagles live in concert at the BOK Center on June 17th.

 

Beginning Monday, June 4th, we've got three (3) chances each weekday for you to win a pair of ticket to the show!

 

To get your hands on a pair, just listen at about 8:00am CT, 12:00pm CT and 4:00pm CT each weekday. We'll announce a new keyword in each of these contest hours. Texter number 103 will instantly win a pair of tickets.

 

 Download the Eagle App for iPhone or Android today, turn on “Contest and Breaking News Alerts” at the bottom of the App Homepage, and we’ll send you an alert minutes before each keyword announcement, so that you never miss a chance to win! 

Good luck from 103.3 The Eagle!

________________________________________________________________________________________

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. TEXT AND DATA RATES APPLY. Begins June 4th, 2018 and ends June 8th, 2018 . Contest is open to legal residents in KJSR's listening area 18 years or older. Sweepstakes involve multiple daily drawings. Odds of winning will vary. Only 3 attempts will be made to contact potential winners. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. 

 

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