Month: November 2013

Add A Little Local Flavor This Thanksgiving

Sharing is caring. When it comes to Thanksgiving, sharing is a necessary skill. And while we all know that you have your own recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation, we thought it would be fun to share some of our recipes that have connection here in Lubbock. So let’s get started.

TTU Must-Do! 55th Annual Carol of Lights

Texas Tech University is full of traditions. Some old and some new. But arguably one of the most famous traditions at the school is the annual Carol of Lights during the holiday season. The event starts off with the Texas Tech University Combined Choirs performing selections of classic holiday songs at the Science Quadrangle. When

Foodie Favorites From A to Z – The Funky Door


Love wine? Check. Interested in international cuisine? Check. Enjoy a night of great, mellow music to go along with your meal or drink? Check. Appreciate the arts, especially if they’re local? Check. The Funky Door Bistro & Wine Room offers all of this and more. I’m stepping in for Holly in this month’s Foodie Favorites post,

Live Love Lubbock with Amy Punchard

Meet our friend, Amy. Amy knows a bargain when she sees one and is a spicy food junkie. Best part of all, this mother of two has the in on all the best family friendly spots in town. Naturally, our team at Visit Lubbock had to sit down Amy to discuss all the great things

Make New Memories at Candlelight at the Ranch

There is something about Candlelight at the Ranch that warms the heart like a cup of hot chocolate with friends around an open fire. Located at 3121 4th St., the National Ranching Heritage Center (NRHC) will open its doors for the 35th Annual Candlelight at the Ranch on Friday, Dec. 13 and Saturday, Dec. 14 from

Top 10 Reasons Why We’re Thankful for Lubbock

With the Thanksgiving Holiday rapidly approaching, our team felt it was the perfect time to share some of the things we are thankful for in regard to our wonderful city. Of course, there are as many reasons why we’re thankful for Lubbock, as there are stars in our West Texas sky. So we decided to

Dia de los Muertos Comes to Lubbock

Tonight we will celebrate Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) with a special Procesión at the Buddy Holly Center. Dating back to the days of the Aztecs, Dia de los Muertos is a colorful and vibrant celebration for those that have left us in body, but remain with us in spirit. The Buddy