Month: September 2021

Camp Out Under the West Texas Stars

By: Trevor Bowden As refreshing fall days roll into West Texas, now is the perfect time to get in your camping fix. Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway, or an overnight trip, there are plenty of choices to explore the outdoors near Lubbock, Texas. Palo Duro State Park Attracting visitors since 1934, this

5 Must-Try Seasonal Flavors in the 806

By: Camille Hughes Arguably one of the best parts of the autumn months are the seasonal flavors. As the air begins to crisp, Lubbock’s local coffee shops and bakeries have the perfect pumpkin spice treats for you to try. Below is our complete list of the coziest shops that boast delicious drinks to get you

Lubbock, Put Your Record On!

In a world of streaming music and downloading good reads, there are still places where people go to tangibly discover vintage vinyl and well-loved novels. These shops create an escape for lovers of music, literature and visual arts that is unparalleled to that of Amazon and Apple Music. Whether you are a 90s kid with

Welcome Home! Book Your Stay in the LBK

Looking to book your stay in Lubbock but don’t know where to begin? You’ve come to the right place! Looking for accommodations to host your stay can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Whether you prefer to stick with the tried and true names or are looking to branch off for the full

A Beginner’s Guide to Texas High Plains Wine

By: Madison White, Wine Club & Service Manager at McPherson Cellars Interested in getting into wine but not sure where to start? At times, the world of wine can come across as intimidating, overwhelming and sometimes pretentious but it doesn’t have to be. Below, I have curated a fool-proof guide to help you get started. 

806 Fall Bucket List

By: Camille Hughes Our enchanting bucket list of activities will have you falling for fall here in Lubbock, Texas. I think we can all agree one of the best fall experiences is the initial feeling of the crisp air. There is something magical about the turn of the season in the “Hub City.” There is

Unique Stays in the LBK

By: Trevor Bowden Adventure is calling! The “Hub City” is full of unique stays ready to be explored. From railroad cars to school buses, it doesn’t get more engine-ious than this!  The Woodrow House Santa Fe Caboose All aboard! Staying in the Santa Fe Caboose is an experience like no other. This decorative railroad car

5 Lubbock Sporting Events to Catch this Fall

Here in the “Hub City,” we like a little competition. Whether it’s a rivalry at Jones AT&T Stadium or a tip-off at Rip Griffin Center, sports fans find the lineup of sporting events in Lubbock to be extensive. So, here it is, five must-see sporting events to catch this fall! The AGN Lubbock Open-Valorant LAN

Broadway Bar Crawl

By: Camille Hughes As a college town, Lubbock, Texas knows how to have a good time. The robust nightlife throughout all of the city is coupled with an evolving culture attractive to college students and weekenders alike. There is nothing like a warm “Hub City” night illuminated by the neon lights found inside the hotspots

Marathon Training in the LBK

Since 2019, runners have been training for the highly anticipated 2020 Lubbock Mayor’s Marathon. After three postponements due to COVID-19, we are finally eight weeks out from the 2021 Lubbock Mayor’s Marathon and if you haven’t registered for the race, it should be at the top of your to-do list! For me, there is no