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Our chat with Josh Abbott

Things have really come together for the Idalou native and Texas Tech grad, Josh Abbott. Today, Abbott and his band have climbed up the ranks and into the hearts of country music fans all over the country. Luckily for us, Abbott has always been great to his followers in Lubbock, Texas. We had the opportunity

Get In The Game at Texas Tech

Raider. Power! RAIDER. POWER! If you’re a sports fan at Texas Tech, you know exactly what I’m talking about. With 15 athletic programs, Texas Tech looks to continue their winning ways with more than a dozen sports. Here’s what you need to know to get your cheer on this season in Lubbock, Texas. Red Raider

Foodie Favorites from A to Z – Cast Iron Grill

In life, we all have days where we just need some good comfort food and then there are days where you need food for the soul. When you walk into Cast Iron Grill, located at 620 19th St., you are guaranteed to receive both. Each patron is greeted a number of times with “Howdy” or

Texas Tech Football Is Set To Bring The Swagger

Texas Tech has yet to play a down in the 2013 college football season, but that doesn’t matter to the Red Raider nation. What matters is that our coach is cooler than yours, and he’s promised to bring new life to a squad that’s poised to bring home a championship. The ex play-caller has reenergized

Foodie Favorites from A to Z – Bless Your Heart

We’re back with the Foodie Blog! Filling in for Holly this week, I got to visit one of Lubbock’s local health food hotspots, Bless Your Heart. If you haven’t been by to try their delicious and calorie-friendly dishes, it’s a must! When the restaurant opened its doors in Lubbock on December 5, 1989, it was one

The Day the Music Came Alive

Many moons ago, Greg Wilkes was introduced to Buddy Holly’s music as a young boy growing up in Australia. And like Buddy, who shared the love of music with his brothers, Wilkes vividly remembers the day his older brother let him listen to a rock ‘n’ roll record from the good ol’ U-S of A.

School Out, Summer Learning In!

Just because school is out for the summer doesn’t mean the kiddos have to stop learning! Lubbock offers an array of fun places for kids to expand their knowledge during the summer months. Here are just a few: Science Spectrum & OMNI Theater – This Lubbock favorite is a great family hotspot that offers unique,

Fun on the Fourth of July

Before you pull out everything that’s red, white and blue, read up on all the Fourth of July fun in Lubbock. Mexican Tejano band, Siggno, will headline the opening night of Broadway Festival’s, La Raza on the Plaza, on the 3rd of July. Their rich and flavorful sound will have you dancing well into the

College Baseball Hall of Fame: Coming Soon!

Dating as far back as the 18th century, baseball is a staple sport in America. Often referred to as “America’s favorite pastime,” baseball has captured the heart of millions, especially in the “Hub City.” In fact, the National College Baseball Museum and Hall of Fame is making its permanent home in Lubbock, and on Friday,

Free Summer Activities for the Family

West Texas summer has arrived! For most families, this means no school and more free time. Instead of feeling the “summer boredom blues,” here’s our list of activities perfect for the whole family. And the best part? They’re free! Buddy Holly Center Summer Showcase Every Thursday evening, the Buddy Holly Center’s Meadows Courtyard comes alive