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Buffalo Springs Lake

Buffalo Springs Lake

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9999 High Meadow Rd, Lubbock TX, 79404

Omnimax Theater & Science Spectrum Museum

Omnimax Theater & Science Spectrum Museum

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2579 S. Loop 289, Lubbock, TX 79423

Wells Fargo Amphitheatre

Wells Fargo Amphitheatre

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413 East Broadway Lubbock, TX 79403

 
The Wells Fargo Amphitheater is located at 413 E. Broadway.  The amphitheatre is located inside Mackenzie Park overlooking the canyon lakes system.   However, parking and the entrance is located adjacent to the South Plains Fairground  at the top of the hill visible by the street are the Stonehenge like Read More →

Southwest Collection - Special Collections Library

Southwest Collection – Special Collections Library

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15th and Detroit, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas 79409-1041

The mission of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library is to provide uncompromising service:

To fellow staff members, in a cooperative effort that recognizes the dignity and worth of individuals and their potential for unique contributions, and therefore promotes more efficient operation and better service to patrons.

To patrons from the university community, Read More →

Mackenzie Park

Mackenzie Park

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601 Municipal Dr, Lubbock, TX 79403

 

Mackenzie Park is Lubbock’s largest recreation area and features a wide variety outdoor activities.   Play a round of regular golf at the Meadowbrook Golf Course or disc gold inside the park.  Mackenzie Park offers a world-class disc golf course which begins near the E. Broadway entrance .   Beginning in Read More →

Stubb's Memorial Statue

Stubb’s Memorial Statue

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108 E. Broadway, Lubbock, TX

C.B. Stubblefield:
“Ladies & Gentlemen, I’m a Cook”
Article originally appeared in
The Caprock Sun, in April, 1997.
In 1968, Christopher B. “Stubbs” Stubblefield, Sr. opened the original 75 seat Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Restaurant in a small, ramshackle building at 108 East Broadway. The jukebox was filled with vintage Blues music. Read More →