This month as we celebrated Independence Day with fireworks and fanfare, sought out ways to beat the heat and looked for ways to wander off the beaten path, a few more businesses opened their doors here in the “Hub City.” Here’s a look at what’s new in Lubbock. Vitality Bowls Follow a blogger, a foodie
Month: July 2016
If you’re looking to spice up a typical meeting or event, Lubbock is a perfect fit. With a variety of unique and convenient venues to choose from, planning for your business ventures in the “Hub City” isn’t a problem, but what about planning for play? Spending long days at a business conference is hard on anyone, so
There is a truth I’ve come to know about travel: every city you will ever have the pleasure of visiting contains something worth experiencing. In Lubbock we’re lucky enough to be home to several local treasures, from the Buddy Holly Center to our award-winning wineries to the world’s largest windmill museum to the local music
Faced with the responsibility of hosting a meeting? Whether it’s a convention for 2,000 people, a small conference for 40 guests or a gigantic family reunion, Lubbock has plenty of flexible venues to choose from. Create an unforgettable meeting experience in the town True West Magazine labeled as the No. 1 Western Town for 2016.
Art is truly a way of life in West Texas and a favorite pastime for both visitors and locals. The arts are certainly alive and thriving in the “Hub City.” While we wish we could show you all the artists we love around Lubbock (looking at you, Nate Pollock and Victoria Bee), we wanted to get
Looking for a place to appreciate high-quality art and mingle with like-minded art lovers? Then look no further than Lubbock. Home to Texas Tech, a university that takes pride in its museums and art collections, the city receives thousands of visitors attending art-related exhibits and events annually. From one of the top 10 public art collections in
The National Ranching Heritage Center has now been open to the public for 40 years. The historical landmark to this significant era of Texan and American ranching history has called Lubbock home since 1969, but held its grand opening on July 2, 1976 with a dedication by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, coinciding with American bicentennial celebrations.
“So you know all the places to eat in Lubbock, don’t you?” It’s one of the first and most common questions I’m asked when people find out what I do for a living. As it happens, I do know my fair share. I write our monthly Foodie Favorites blog, ate my way through the alphabet
The American Windmill Museum recently unveiled its new Wind Energy Experience building, a 33,000-square-foot building equipped with new exhibits and displays. The main purpose of the new exhibit is to educate visitors on the history and relationship of trains and windmills. In fact, one of the main features in the new building is a G-scale