Category: Outdoors

Out & About: Best Walking Trails in Lubbock 

By: Lindsey Neas Known for its expansive plains and unique scenery, West Texas is full of opportunities for nature lovers. Whether you’re into leisurely strolls or hardcore hills, Lubbock has a nature experience waiting for you.  Here are six of Lubbock’s most loved outdoor areas: Buddy Holly Lake Recreation Area Named after the locally-raised and

How to Halloween in Hub City 

By: Aubrie Harris Halloween is underway in Lubbock with festive activities, fright experiences and more waiting just around the corner. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or looking for a place to show off your costume, there’s a Halloween celebration waiting for you. From jump scares in a haunted house to a family-friendly walk in the

Drive-In for a 20-Year Celebration at Stars & Stripes Theatre

By: Aubrie Harris Experience the big screen in both a new and old way. Surrounded by the sound of gravel crunching under tires, idling cars, excited chatter of other moviegoers, and the smell of buttery popcorn, the Stars & Stripes Drive-In Movie Theatre creates a unique atmosphere you can’t find anywhere else in the South

In The Spotlight: Lubbock Moonlight Musicals 

By: Annie Kinnison Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, founded in 2005 by Gerald Dolter and his wife Karen, emerged from a desire to provide on-stage experience for Texas Tech University students and a local venue for the South Plains community, with over 30 productions staged at the Wells Fargo Amphitheatre in Mackenzie Park since its inaugural production

Cocina de La Sirena

Lubbock’s culinary scene is starting to make waves, and if you catch wind of this siren’s savory song, you may not be able to escape. Daughter of Lubbock restaurateur, Cat Traxler, Chef Jessica Fultz opened Cocina de La Sirena (Kitchen of The Siren or Mermaid), in 2016 after earning her culinary degree in San Francisco and gaining

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