Lubbock radio has been a huge part of my life for my whole life. I grew up in a very musical house that always had the radio or a record on. I enjoy weird movies and books, artificial pineapple flavoring, live music and spreading irresponsible rumors.
After a False Start, Newk’s Eatery Is Finally, Really Coming to Lubbock
Way back in 2018, Newk's was "coming soon" to Lubbock, but now it is, actually, we promise, coming soon.
Alcohol To-Go Is Now Permanent in Texas & What Should Be Next
With Governor Greg Abbott's signature in place, permanent to-go alcohol is now a reality in Texas.
This Is a Love Letter to Lubbock’s Iconic Bryan’s Steaks
This is a love letter to Bryan's Steaks, a place I cherish.
How a Sad, Ragged Dog Was Beautifully Transformed By a Lubbock Groomer
I can't imagine the pain and irritation Miss Lorelei was experiencing, but thanks to the volunteered services of a Lubbock groomer, she has a new lease on life.
A Pet Tiger Was Loose in Texas This Weekend
Who wants to pet the 500-pound apex predator? Well, I do, even though I know I'll likely get eviscerated.
Lubbock’s Joyland Vandalized, Park Gets Clear Photos of Culprits
Everyone knows that Lubbock's Joyland Amusement Park is where the fun is, but not everyone knows it's also where the high-resolution security cameras are too.
Lubbock’s Legendary Thai Pepper Restaurant Will Begin Their Comeback Very Soon
I am so happy that this iconic Lubbock eatery has decided to make a comeback.
Lubbock Shelter Offers Free Adoptions on Female Animals in May
You'll be surprised at the diversity of the animals -- from puppies and kitties to seniors, pure breeds and mighty mutts.
To-Go Alcohol Sales in Texas Need to Stay Forever
There aren't many silver linings when it comes to the fallout of the pandemic, but Texas did throw out a life preserver to restaurants: to-go alcohol sales.
Lubbock’s Alamo Drafthouse Announces Summer Return
I have stated this many times, and it's a hill I will die on: Lubbock needs the culture and community that Alamo Drafthouse was invented to provide.
First Black Texas Architect John S. Chase’s Home Hits the Market & It’s Stunning [Photos]
John S. Chase was much more than Texas' first licensed Black architect. He was an innovative talent. His stunning former personal residence is on the market.
The Largest & Oldest History Museum in Texas Is a Short Drive From Lubbock
If you're looking for an epic adventure without the epic drive, Canyon, Texas might be the perfect place for you.