Month: September 2020

East Lubbock Art House

Art is the conduit in which we are able to think higher and feel deeper. At the East Lubbock Art House (ELAH), Danielle East, founder of ELAH, along with other local artists of color and emerging artists, are pushing patrons to their limits through thought-provoking pieces that bring light to the impacts of today’s social

Shop Spotlight: Chrome

If you haven’t yet made your way to Chrome’s new location at 6701 Slide Rd, you need to ASAP! This classic Lubbock boutique will have you speechless with its new and improved look and locality. As soon as you walk through the glass door, you are welcomed by smiling mannequins dripping with designer clothing and

A Look into the Lubbock Sports Labor Day Cup

In the face of a continuing health crisis, meeting planners are met with a variety of new challenges. Postponements and cancellations, along with social distancing guidelines have become somewhat of a new normal for 2020. When attending a sporting event, attendees and competitors alike want to have the confidence that their host venue is taking

Discover our History at these Six East Lubbock Attractions

Rollercoasters and mountain bike trails coupled with Lubbock’s historical roots are waiting across Interstate 27. Arguably one of the most beautiful areas within the “Hub City”, Lubbock’s east side showcases the city’s best outdoor attractions, like Joyland Amusement Park and Dunbar Historical Lake. Head east this weekend to immerse yourself in Lubbock’s history and culture!

Discover the Local Farmers Markets

Ripe fruit, fresh veggies and friendly faces await you at Wolfforth Farmers Market. Held every Saturday throughout the year, rain or shine, locals and visitors alike can experience an authentic connection between farmers and local artisans.  Walking up to the Wolfforth Farmers Market for the first time, I was immediately blown away by the sheer