Hopefully you’ve seen our blog for “big kids” featuring the fun things going on in Lubbock. Now that we have mom and dad covered, we can’t forget about the little ones! Here are some of the places around Lubbock that bring back fond memories of childhood…when the going never got tough! National Ranching Heritage Center This Lubbock hot spot
Star Wars fanboys know today as the film’s unofficial holiday. May the 4th—chosen for its similar sound to “May the force be with you”—celebrates the film trilogy, books, and culture of Star Wars.Although, you won’t be able to find lightsaber-wielding prairie-dogs, you don’t have to go to a galaxy far, far away to see lasers.
Can you believe 2014 is right around the corner? It’s a good thing Lubbock offers big-time events or low-key evenings to please everyone’s New Year’s Eve needs. Here’s a quick round-up of our top 5 picks as you plan your New Year’s Eve night out! 1. The Cactus Theater is hosting their Second Annual New
Hosted by The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA), The 9th Annual Flatland Film Festival opened with a bang on Thursday, Oct. 17 thanks to Chris Eska’s film, “The Retrieval.” Set in the height of the Civil War, the audience was immediately introduced to a young man named Will. Will and his not-so-friendly
“Les Miserables” is a tale that many of us have grown to know and love. Like many other captivating stories, Les Mis (Lay-miz) never goes out of style and will attract a crowd no matter where it goes. Luckily for us, Lubbock is in for a treat! For the first time ever, the Lubbock Symphony