Lubbock’s thriving art scene is comprised of painters, potters, illustrators, glassblowers and more who inspire us with their creative vision. One of these artists is Victoria Marie Bee, a printmaker, photographer and artist-in-residence at the Charles Adams Studio Project (CASP). We caught up with Victoria to chat about what inspires her and how we can
Month: February 2018
We’re kicking off spring with First Friday Art Trail, a concert by Tobymac and Texas Tech baseball! For more events coming up in March, check out this video.
For nearly fifty years, Martha Jimenez has been baking and cooking traditional Mexican pastries and dishes. Her father, Lucio Cruz Jimenez, immigrated with his family to Lubbock from Piedras Negras when Martha was 10 years old. In 1969, he opened up a panaderia in downtown. There are few downtown businesses that have a history prior to the
As a part of The Campaign for Fearless Champions, Texas Tech Athletics envisioned an indoor performance venue that could host highly-competitive meets and provide a facility for the athletes to train. As one of only three indoor track facilities in Texas, The Sports Performance Center offers athletes a 200-meter banked track, 100-yard football field, an
With first-rate venues, ease of transportation, an abundance shopping and entertainment and nearly than 1,000 restaurants, Lubbock is a premier destination for team and solo competitions. Check out these three sporting events that are perfect for hosting in the “Hub City.” Triathlons Lubbock’s own Buffalo Springs Lake is the perfect destination for triathlons, as the spring-fed