Month: October 2013

Foodie Favorites from A to Z – Eddie’s Barbeque

There’s one question I keep asking myself since visiting Eddie’s Barbeque. How is it possible to have lived in Lubbock my entire life (minus a two year stint up the road in Amarillo) and never graced the door of Eddie’s? From the moment we walked up to the restaurant (Daniel tagged along to help with

It Was A Sight to Be Seen

Hosted by The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA), The 9th Annual Flatland Film Festival opened with a bang on Thursday, Oct. 17 thanks to Chris Eska’s film, “The Retrieval.”  Set in the height of the Civil War, the audience was immediately introduced to a young man named Will. Will and his not-so-friendly

Grape Day Uncorked

The weather was gorgeous, the wine flowed with each generous pour and the Red Raiders came out victorious as hundreds of people gathered for the 20th Annual Grape Day event on October 19 at the Llano Estacado Winery. As one of five award-winning wineries in our area, it didn’t come as a surprise when I

Destination Spotlight: Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater

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Imagine a place that awakens your senses, fills your mind with creativity and is a perfect place to bring the entire family. You’re at the Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater! We love this local museum for its innovative way to bring fun and excitement to learning. I caught up with James Nesmith, administrative manager for

Have a Spooky Good Time in Lubbock

Halloween, All Hallows’ Eve, All Saints Day, the Day of the Dead, or whatever you prefer to call it, is creeping closer and closer! Whether you’re a die-hard scare fan or a little more lighthearted about the upcoming holiday, we have a list of the Halloween Hot Spots for anyone anticipating the start of the

It’s Going to be a Fun Howl-O-Ween!

Goblins, ghouls and dogs, OH MY! Let your furry friends lead the way at this year’s Howl-O-Ween Run on Saturday, Oct. 26. The folks at West Texas Endurance understand how hard it is to leave our pals behind when it’s time for race day. In it’s second year, this race is perfect for two legs or

Les Miserables is coming to Lubbock

“Les Miserables” is a tale that many of us have grown to know and love. Like many other captivating stories, Les Mis (Lay-miz) never goes out of style and will attract a crowd no matter where it goes. Luckily for us, Lubbock is in for a treat! For the first time ever, the Lubbock Symphony

Live Love Lubbock with Elvis Moya

Legend has it that he once organized a city-wide Raider Power chant…in College Station. So when it comes to the city of Lubbock and everything red & black, get your “Guns Up” for our friend, Elvis Moya. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7fIe768CBQ&feature=c4-overview&list=UULErRsiFQRZ-IFuZR24AFvQ Would you or someone you know like to tell us why you Live Love Lubbock? We’d love

Eat, Drink and Tailgate!

We are now in the midst of college football season! Conference games have started and the polls are out…Texas Tech is currently No. 20 in the Associated Press poll. Wreck Em! What is your favorite part about college football? Mine has to be the tailgating. Having grown up in Lubbock, I have been tailgating at

A Day at Pedro’s Tamales

It’s a good day when you get to enjoy a fresh tamale from Pedro’s Tamales. It’s a really good day when you get to talk with the owner himself about the amazing company Pedro’s has become over the years. We sat down with owner Mark Hale to discuss one of the most popular tamale businesses