Category: Attractions

Making the Most of Summer Weekends in the “Hub City”

For those of us who aren’t blessed with summers off (enjoy it while you can), weekends are when we can experience the joys of summer. Luckily for Lubbockites, the “Hub City” has an endless list of ways you can make the most of those summer weekends such as playing at an amusement park, watching a movie

Step Into Lubbock Culture

To experience Lubbock, you gotta walk the walk. Whether you hike, bike or are just an experienced “art walker,” there are plenty of ways to experience our city. Lace up your shoes, grab the family and head outside to get your steps (and a lotta culture). Texas Tech Public Art Collection (2500 Broadway) Average Steps:

Destination Spotlight: Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre

We are now in 2017, and change is more inevitable than ever. In a world where technology rules, time seems limited and we are busier than ever. How do we stop and take a breather? Somehow in this midst of all this clatter, one down-time preference has stood the test of time. It’s something that

The City of Lubbock’s 5 Must-See Public Art Pieces

Public art is exactly that—public. It brings communities together through expression and interpretation while provoking communication. There are no limits to what it can be or what it can do for those who view it. What is so special about how Lubbock creates and shares art is the contagious desire to bring innovative, thought-provoking and unique

Four Days of Fun and Fireworks: 4th of July Happenings in the “Hub City”

It’s that time of year again – the time of year that your shoulders rise and fall as you take a deep breath of satisfaction. You can rest in knowing that you have a weekend full of relaxation, sun and fun, family and friends, fireworks and greasy food, good times and a patriotic spirit that

Top 5 Live Music Spots in Lubbock, Texas

Have you ever woken up in the morning with a buzz in your ear from the night before and absolutely wanted to do it all over again? Yeah, you probably spent a good part of your night jamming out to some live music here in Lubbock. Every night, music lovers whisk themselves all over town

Step into History at the Caviel Museum of African-American History

A charming building full of history sits at the corner of Avenue A and 17th Street. Caviel’s Pharmacy operated in Lubbock for 49 years.  As I walked inside, I could still feel the hustle and bustle alive with smiles and friendly faces. Alfred and Billie Caviel were the first African-American husband and wife to own and

Things to Do This Week

You hit the snooze button a few too many times, you almost wore two completely different shoes on your feet and you can’t find your keys. That can only mean one thing: it’s Monday! Don’t you wish the weekend could last just a little bit longer? We have a few ideas to really “rev up”

Lubbock Water Rampage: Hidden Treasure of West Texas

As the Alice Cooper song “School’s Out for Summer,” plays in your head, you may be wondering where to take the kids for a little summer fun. We have a place that should be at the top of your activities list. Drive down Marsha Sharp Freeway, and just like a treasure map, follow the pirate

Destination Spotlight: LHUCA

The arts scene in Lubbock is exploding, but it wouldn’t be without Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA). If you haven’t visited the LHUCA or experienced the First Friday Art Trail, you’re missing a West Texas gem. LHUCA began as the Lubbock Regional Arts Center (LRAC) in 1997 “to inspire and enrich the Lubbock