If the dropping temperatures have you puzzled on your next afternoon adventure, look no further than the Museum of Texas Tech University. With free admission, it’s home to exhibits for the whole family, even opportunities to see historic texts of the 16th century and how the color red spread across the world. Established in 1929
Month: October 2018
Confession: fall is my favorite season to shop for. The richest colors, the softest textures, not to mention the pieces you can layer and layer! If you’ve ever visited Lubbock in the fall you know how cold it can get. I shop for style and warmth as well as quality and comfort. And in Lubbock,
You may not think of West Texas when you think of wine, but you should. The High Plains grows 90 percent of Texas’ wine grapes. With a semi-arid climate similar to central Spain and the southern region of France, the conditions are ideal for growing wine grapes. When it comes to varietals, Texas is shifting
This Halloween, are you looking for a thrill or something chill? Whether you’re seeking ghosts and goblins or pumpkins and pixies, there are plenty of ways to celebrate this season in Lubbock. Keep reading to find thrilling tricks for adventure seekers and tame treats for the family-friendly crowd. THRILLING TRICKS Spooky Halloween Wine Tour Oct.
It may be all about the boots, pie, and chicken fry, but there’s a lot more to the Cast Iron Grill than meets the eye. We sat down with Owner Teresa Stevens to talk about what makes her restaurant a must-try in downtown Lubbock.
There are two types of people in this world: those who pre-plan their Halloween costume months in advance, anxiously awaiting the arrival of pumpkins, haunted houses and the annual screenings of Hocus Pocus on TV. And there are those of us who, truthfully, are only into it for the candy and frantically search our closets