Month: May 2018

How to Tip Your Hat like a True West Texan

West Texas is known for its wide-open spaces, sprawling cattle ranches and farms and a distinct charm that you’ll find throughout the region. From learning how to do the two step to getting your own pair of custom cowboy boots, there are all sorts of ways you can experience West Texas in the “hub” of

What’s Coming Up in June

 This June, catch “The Music Man” performed by Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, sit on a patio and listen to live music and enjoy wine by the glass at McPherson Cellars and make sure to mark your calendar for the Wine & Clay Festival at Llano Estacado Winery! For more exciting, upcoming events, check out this

Venue Spotlight: The Watson Building

Best known for its historic charm, hardwood floors, black iron railing and ample space, The Watson Building is a stunning venue in downtown Lubbock. Built in 1927, the building served as a furniture store, retail outlet and Lubbock’s first department store. In the early nineties, renovation began on the building, transforming it from what once was a

Red Raider Orientation Weekend

Headed to the “Hub City” for Red Raider Orientation? Here are a few ways to prepare for your visit! Book Your Stay Regardless of your accommodation needs, Lubbock has a hotel that fits the bill. Click here to browse and book available hotels for your orientation weekend. Download a Visitor’s Guide Lubbock is a thriving community filled with art

5 Local Farms for Picking Fresh Produce Around Lubbock

Eating local is a growing trend in the culinary scene. Many foodies look to where restaurants source produce and visit local farmer markets when sourcing their own produce. Whether it’s picking apples and peaches right off the tree, going behind the scenes at a goat dairy farm, or exploring award winning wineries, Lubbock is known