Tag: Fall

Pairing Texas High Plains Wines & Holiday Dishes

This season, pair your favorite holiday dishes with a glass of local wine. With 90% of all Texas wine grapes grown right here in the Texas High Plains, you’ll be sure to impress your guests this holiday season. Whether you’re hosting a holiday party or sharing a meal with family, we’ve set the menu and

Lubbock’s Top 6 Fall To-Dos

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I’d like to think I love all seasons equally. I love spending my days poolside (with plenty of SPF) in the summer. I love when the ground begins to thaw in the spring. But each year as temperatures begin to mellow, sweaters rotate to the front of closets across West Texas and everyone seems to

10 Places to Go After a Texas Tech Football Game

A cloud of smoke appears, excitement builds and a black horse races across the field with the Masked Rider gripping the reins with one hand and holding her “Guns Up” with the other. The Red Raiders charge the field, greeted by 60,000 screaming fans. It’s true when people say there is nothing like game day

5 Can’t-Miss Cowboy Symposium Performances

There’s nothing Lubbock loves more than live music and its Western heritage, so when the two come together during the National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration each September, you get a whole weekend full of can’t-miss performances. For the last 28 years, the National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration has been honoring, preserving and passing along all

Lubbock Shopping Spotlight: Mountain Hideaway

From camping at Lake Alan Henry or hiking at Buffalo Springs Lake to navigating the walking trail at Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark, Lubbock’s fall weather is perfect for those outdoor experiences. But before you head out, it’s important to make sure you have all the necessities to make sure your experience is stellar. Luckily, Lubbock has

Halloweekend Round-Up

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The Halloween fever—not to be mistaken for the zombie fever— is in the air. Goblins, ghouls and superheroes are everywhere. Yesterday, we helped you with your last minute costume, so now all you need is some last minute Allhallowstide (“Halloweekend”) plans. You won’t have to get out of your costume all weekend long if you follow this

Real Time at the South Plains Fair

In case you haven’t heard, the fair is here! The Panhandle South Plains Fair is going on now through October 3. Rides? Check. Shopping? Check. Food? Check. Fried food? Triple check. We went out today to get a look at the action: Be sure to add a concert to your fair-going schedule. Here’s the lineup for

Fashion Forward For Fall at J Roberts

I can’t believe that fall is about to be here in all its sweater-clad, pumpkin spice glory. It seems like just yesterday we were breaking out the coolers and SPF in preparation for the summer season, and yet tell-tell signs of soon-to-be-cooler temperatures are all around us. Football season kicked off (pun intended) a few

Top Things to Do in Lubbock on Game Day Weekends

If you’re planning a trip to Lubbock this fall for a Texas Tech University Red Raider football game, we want to help you plan the perfect football weekend. One of the major activities surrounding a football game is pretty obvious: tailgating. Texas Tech does it best at Raider Alley, where vendors are set up with

Happy National Fossil Day

Fossils are a window into the past. They show us how ancient organisms lived and relate to each other. They also help us recreate scenes from the past, the players in a food web and the climate of a particular time and place. Today is National Fossil Day, and to celebrate, we’re looking at the