Month: October 2016

The City of Lubbock’s 5 Must-See Public Art Pieces

Public art is exactly that—public. It brings communities together through expression and interpretation while provoking communication. There are no limits to what it can be or what it can do for those who view it. What is so special about how Lubbock creates and shares art is the contagious desire to bring innovative, thought-provoking and unique

New in Lubbock – October 2016

This month’s additions of new restaurants will leave any foodie’s mouth watering. Whether you’re looking for burgers, pizza, cajun or Mexican, you’re sure to be satisified in the “Hub City.” Alongside these four restaurants you’ll also find a new place to shop at the West End. Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar Some days just call for a cold

Q&A with Pheasant Ridge Winery

Pheasant Ridge Winery has been serving not only Lubbock, but the state and country, quality wines for decades. To get a glimpse into the history of the establishment and learn more about their tasty wines, we decided to do a Q&A with owners, Bobby and Jennifer Cox. What is the history of Pheasant Ridge? After

5 Ways to Save Time & Money by Hosting Your Meeting in Lubbock

Planning an event, conference, convention, reunion or a wedding can be time consuming and overwhelming. But if you let the folks at Visit Lubbock do all the legwork for you, then your event planning experience will be a breeze. They’ll communicate with event facilities and accommodations to collect special rates for your meeting in Lubbock

Venue Spotlight: Eberley Brooks Events

Locally owned and new to Lubbock’s venue landscape, Eberley Brooks Events is a beautiful multi-facility location that hosts weddings and special events. Here’s everything you need to know about the new venue and hosting a charming, elegant event at their facility: 1. What does Eberley Brooks mean? First things first, we had to know how this

Create Your Own Art in Lubbock

As the writer Thomas Merton said, “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” Lubbock is the perfect destination to do just that because of our big skies and inspiring culture. For decades, Lubbock has been a hub for creatives. Musicians like Buddy Holly and Natalie Maines found inspiration here,

Live Love Lubbock with Amanda Rodriguez

If you’re looking for Amanda Rodriguez, you’re likely to find her at the First Friday Art Trail or at a Ryan Todd Garza show. In our latest addition to the Live Love Lubbock series, she tells us where to get a scoop of ice cream, update your wardrobe and her go-to spot for girls night. Grab

Lubbock Music Spotlight: The Blue Light Live

For Lubbock songwriters, 1806 Buddy Holly Ave. is sacred ground. On the street named for Lubbock’s favorite son, The Blue Light Live‘s family of musicians keep the music alive, standing on the same stage that raised legends like Josh Abbott Band, Wade Bowen, William Clark Green and Red Shahan, just to name a few. In our interview