This east-side Lubbock treasure highlights local art and pays tribute to key figures of the African American culture in our community. Swing by this hidden gem during First Friday Art Trail and show us your favorite installation using #LiveLoveLubbock!
If the dropping temperatures have you puzzled on your next afternoon adventure, look no further than the Museum of Texas Tech University. With free admission, it’s home to exhibits for the whole family, even opportunities to see historic texts of the 16th century and how the color red spread across the world. Established in 1929
Bring out your inner superhero at Hub City Comic Con, catch a show at a legendary Lubbock venue, ride along with ArtRideLBK for a tour of public art and so much more this August! For more events and happenings in Lubbock go to visitlubbock.org/events.
First referred to as Punta de Agua (point of water), Long Lake and now Lubbock Lake, this landmark may not seem significant at first glance, but if you look a little further, or should I say dig deeper, you’ll see stories from thousands of years past that are highly significant to this region and even
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
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:
As the daughter of a Texas historian, I grew up hearing about the importance of history on a daily basis. Although I never could appreciate the historical significance my dad could find in just about anything (and I do mean anything), I’m starting to understand why it is so special to him, but we’ll keep
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