Month: August 2018

Labor Day Weekend in The LBK

Labor Day weekend is almost upon us, and even those of us who just went back to school are breathing a sigh a relief, thinking about the holiday ahead. For most of us, Labor Day marks the end of summer, the ramping up of another football season (wreck ’em, Tech) and an extended weekend, but

September Happenings 2018

This month, Lubbock kicks off the fall with the 30th Annual National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration, a birthday celebration for Buddy Holly, a performance by Chris Young, the  23rd Annual Apple Butter Festival, and more.

Foodie Favorites: King Street Pub

WITH FINE FARE A FOCUS, AND OUR WINE LIST AN OPUS, THE HIGH PLAINS BRICKS WERE LAID. THE EMPTY ROOMS–HOW ATROCIOUS! BUT WITH VELVET AND OUR HOCUS POCUS, A TEX-VICTORIAN PALACE WAS MADE.  Just off Indiana, there is a little slice of Victorian paradise – Tex-Victorian, to be more precise. Inside you’ll find opulence and warmth,

Early Bird or Night Owl? Two Ways to Experience Lubbock

There are two types of people in this world: early birds and night owls. Whether you stay out late or like to be up with the sun, we’ve rounded up a list of activities for both! From Yoga in the Plaza on a Saturday morning to Chimy’s at night, there is something for everyone here

A Guide for Back-to-School Shopping in Lubbock

As a hub for shopping in West Texas, Lubbock boasts a number of boutiques and department stores to style the sleek and chic, the gypsy souls and everyone in between. In the spirit of back-to-school shopping, we’ve put together a guide that won’t break the bank. PIPER Looking for a place that’s both affordable and