Month: October 2020

A Spooky Hub City Halloween

Ghostly greetings Lubbockites! Lubbock is turning into a Halloween town this October 31st and it’s sure to get spooky. Whether you’re taking the kids to stuff their pillow cases full of candy, or having a night full of fright, we’ve got you covered. There are no tricks here, just treats! I’ve compiled a list of

Downtown Lubbock Date Night

I don’t know about you, but there is something about the thought of date night that makes me all giddy inside. Getting ready for our nights on the town still give me butterflies like when we first met. Even as newlyweds, I look forward to our quality time experiencing something new Lubbock has to offer.

Healthy Eats: Gluten-Free in the Hub City

By: Laurie Cypret Lubbock has endless options for those looking to avoid gluten and still enjoy a good meal – all you have to do is a little research. Lubbock has evolved quite a bit in the past six years. I am happy to report there are more gluten-free restaurants today than just 10 years

La Diosa Cellars: Vino, Tapas & Art

Imagine a place where acclaimed art adorns the walls, award-winning wine flows into thin, tall glasses, Spanish tapas transport your taste buds to a whole new world and soft notes are strung together in harmony from a guitarist picking his instrument by memory. Thanks to Sylvia McPherson (yes, the Mrs. to winemaker Kim McPherson), this

Two Docs Brewing in the 806

Just as lines on a paper come together for a drawing or the curve of a paint brush brings color to a painting, each piece of the creative process contributes to the finished product. It’s only fitting that the Arts District’s newest resident Two Docs Brewing Co. shares that same artistic eye for craft beer.

A History Buff’s Guide to Lubbock

Rich in history and hospitality, Lubbock is currently home to 260,823 people. The great “806” was established in 1890 when two towns, Old Lubbock and Monterey, joined to be the Lubbock we know and love today. Our humble beginning was built upon the prosperous farming and cotton industry, which currently produces nearly four billion cotton