Month: June 2014

Beth Moore Returns to Lubbock

Bible teacher and best-selling author Beth Moore is headed to Lubbock for Living Proof Live, which will feature Moore’s dynamic storytelling and passionate Bible teaching. Moore has authored dozens of published Bible studies, books and devotionals, specifically for women, for nearly two decades. Her latest LifeWay-published releases are Sacred Secrets (August 2013) and Children of

Live Love Lubbock with Terri Duncan

Nobody loves Lubbock as much as Terri. A long-time resident of the “Hub City” we caught up with Terri about all the things that make Lubbock such a unique place to visit. From our wonderful wineries, to the best place for an evening night out. Live Love Lubbock with Terri and learn a few of

Celebrating the 4th of July in Lubbock

The 4th of July is arguably the best summer event every year. It’s a time to be thankful for our country, celebrate with friends and family and enjoy some amazing fireworks shows! Here’s a quick list of some 4th of July activities taking place in Lubbock this year: 4th on Broadway This annual event is

Keeping it Fresh with Larry Simmons at the Downtown Farmers Market

Ripe fruit, fresh veggies and friendly faces await you at Lubbock’s Downtown Farmers Market. Every Saturday from now until October, Lubbockites and visitors will experience an authentic connection between farmers and local artisans. We caught up with the man behind the plan, Larry Simmons, for an in-depth Q&A about how he keeps things fresh and

A Big Kid’s Guide to Lubbock, Texas

Like many of you out there, there are many times when I feel like I’m a kid again.  I’m the guy who hops on the back of the shopping cart on the way back to my car at the supermarket. I’ve been known to ask perfect strangers for quarters in order to play a pinball

To Movoto with Love

Recently Movoto posted a blog, which attempted to analyze the excitement of a city with cold, hard numbers. Sounds pretty quizzical, right? So we decided to send a love letter to the folks over at Movoto inviting them to use a different perspective when evaluating the “fun factor” of a city. This love letter is

Happy National Running Day

Regardless of the shoes you wear, where you run or how graceful you may look doing it, today we celebrate National Running Day. Here are some fast facts about the history of running. The history of the marathon can be traced back to ancient times. The legend states that Pheidippides was sent from the battlefield

Lubbock’s Summer Must-Sees

The heat is up, school is out (well, for most students) and vacations are being planned! These are just a few reasons why summer is my favorite season of the year. A close second has to be the fall because of Texas Tech football! Whether you reside in Lubbock or are paying us a special

Live Love Lubbock with Paul Hunton

Paul Hunton

Paul was born in the neighboring state of New Mexico, but he got to Lubbock as fast as he could! Nowadays, when Paul isn’t creating his own magic at Lubbock’s PBS station, he loves getting outdoors, taking his family to the drive-in theater and of course, he loves his coffee! Stay a little and Live