Month: January 2023

Hub City Happenings: February

By: Maggi Gallaspy  February 1 – Dirty Dozen Brass Band | Texas Tech University’s Presidential Lecture & Performance Series Enjoy an evening of New Orleans Bebop Jazz music at Texas Tech University’s Allen Theatre. Stay after the show for a Dirty Dozen Brass Band CD signing and meet & greet. General admission tickets are $20

Brunch in the LBK

By: Avery Frazier In Lubbock, brunch is not just about the scrumptious breakfast foods or mimosas, it’s about the memories you make with friends and family; which is why it’s important to pick the perfect spot for your group’s needs. Whether you’re new to Lubbock or a local, check out the best brunch spots in

Best Spring Destinations for Families: Lubbock, Texas

Pack up the car and head west this spring for an unforgettable vacation in the desert. This year, Southern Living declares 2023 the “Year of the Small Town,” and for good reason. Less crowds, more charm, and exciting attractions are only the tip of the iceberg for this West Texas community. Get ready for family

“Hub City” Zero-Proof Pours

The West Table Kitchen and Bar In 2019, Cousin, the bar director at The West Table, crafted several zero-proof refreshers with the intent to create a local hot spot where everyone is included in an evening toast. Check out some of his best creations below.  BA Collins Named after a friend of the staff, this

Treat Yourself to Health

Whether you are traveling for business or planning a girl’s weekend in the “Hub City,” Lubbock has all of the essentials to help you maintain your wellness routine. From protein-packed smoothie bowls to drop-in classes at local studios and gyms, check out these local spots to continue training, find your savasana and indulge in Lubbock’s

5 Reasons to Travel to the 806 this Spring

High Plains cuisine, Broadway shows, wine festivals, and musical performances are just a few reasons Lubbock needs to be one of your destinations this year. With techniques learned in kitchens across Europe, Chef Finn Walter utilizes local ingredients to create dishes worthy of a Michelin Star at The Nicolett in downtown Lubbock. And, at the

A Brewing Lineup

Lubbock’s craft beer scene is just getting started. Five years ago, Lubbock’s craft beer community looked nothing like it does today.  The secret to success? Local brewers credit the West Texas hospitality and supportive community to the growth of the local industry. Lubbock offers both brewers and beer drinkers alike the opportunity to witness first-hand