Month: September 2018

October Happenings 2018

Join us for a tour of the corn maze at At’l Do Farms, a celebration of the harvest season at Grape Day,  JAB Fest at the Lonestar Amphitheater and more in October.

New in Lubbock – September 2018

It seems as if overnight there are all kinds of new businesses popping all over town. If you are looking for your next caffeine fix or the perfect spot for date night, keep reading for all of “Hub City’s” latest! The Bent Nail Mesquite Rotisserie Smokehouse Location: 5217 98th Street Follow on Facebook. Raising the “bar”

Foodie Favorites – Giorgio’s Pizza

If you’ve ever been downtown during lunch, you’ve probably seen the crowd of people flocking to Giorgio’s Pizza. We had a chance to catch up with the owner, Daniel Torres and enjoyed some truly amazing food. The New York style pizza makes the food at Giorgio’s Pizza so unique, and the “Texas size pizza,” at

Talking Lubbock Music with Booga Bradshaw

Lubbock has a remarkable music history. As storied as the past may be, the future is looking bright for artists like Byron Smith aka Booga Bradshaw. Like many Lubbock musicians before him, Boog is bucking trends and forging ahead pioneering a hip hop community, and he’s excited to be doing it in Lubbock. We sat

A Red Raider’s Guide to Lubbock

Alright, Red Raiders you did it. You were accepted into college, survived orientation, move in, and now, you’re on your own in a new city. This may be your first time away from home; not to mention, you’re juggling classes, campus involvement, social events and more. To help you adjust to your new change of

Lubbock’s Top 6 Fall To-Dos

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I’d like to think I love all seasons equally. I love spending my days poolside (with plenty of SPF) in the summer. I love when the ground begins to thaw in the spring. But each year as temperatures begin to mellow, sweaters rotate to the front of closets across West Texas and everyone seems to