Month: November 2020

Why I’m Thankful for Lubbock

The first time I laid my eyes on Lubbock was a decade ago; I was a graduating senior from the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Just like any 18-year-old, I was searching for my place in life. The typical questions of what to do and where to do it were daunting to me. How can I feel

What Hub City Chefs Eat

When you imagine the daily habits of chefs from upper-scale restaurants, you might think they cook and eat fancy, complex fare at all times. In reality, many chefs eat rather simply, sampling what they’re cooking throughout the day and joining the staff for a communal meal in the late afternoon. In their off hours, it’s

How to Experience Your Favorite Hub City Holiday Traditions this Year

This December, experience the magic of the holiday season at home! We know traditional celebrations may look different this year, but who says we have to miss out on all of our favorite “Hub City” festivities? As the crackle of the fireplace echos in the background, grab a cup of hot cocoa and your favorite

Must-Try Festive Fall Brews

Hello, coffee fanatics! This one is for you. If you are anything like me and coffee is one of your five major food groups, you’ve come to the right place. I set out on a caffeine-filled adventure through “Hub City” to find my favorite fall blends. What’s better than seasonal coffee and knowing exactly where

Get Fit in the Hub City

Lubbock has a wide variety of options when it comes to working out and getting in shape. Whether you prefer HIIT workouts or something a little more lax but just as challenging, we have you covered in the 806. Check below for a guide to getting fit in the “Hub City”! Body by Indigenous |

4 Must-see Museums this Fall

With a rich history in agriculture, innovation and arts, Lubbock has a plethora of options to choose from when it comes to diving deep into its roots. Dating back to the prehistoric, to more recent times of rock ‘n roll, check below for a guide to the top four must-see museums for the history buffs

Unconventional Artist: Sally Taylor

From established local breweries to up-and-coming hop shops, Lubbock has quickly become West Texas’ destination for craft beer. As a city that prides itself on its thriving music and arts scene, beer comes naturally. For Minnesota transplant and The Brewery LBK brewmaster Sally Taylor, creating the perfect brew is a true art in itself. We