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'm also a make-up artist at the happiest place on earth: Nightmare On 19th Street. In my spare time, I host sing-a-longs and movie parties at a local movie theater. I enjoy weird movies and books, artificial pineapple flavoring, live music and spreading irresponsible rumors.
An Evening With The Bacon Brothers, Live at Lubbock’s Cactus Theater
Kevin Bacon is performing with his brother Michael at Lubbock's Cactus Theater this fall.
Sam Jones, AKA Flash Gordon, to Appear at Permian Basin Comic Con X
The savior of the universe is coming to Midland, Texas.
The Best Etsy Store Ever Has Prints of Texas Fast Food Chains in Pastoral Settings
Every painting is a beloved Texas chain in the type of pastoral scene we've seen countless times in our grandmother's living rooms.
Texans’ Favorite Horror Movie Is — Surprise — Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Is anyone really surprised?
Texas’ Favorite Horror Villain Is Somehow Not Leatherface
Texas, I am seriously disappointed in you right now.
Texas State Democratic & Republican Platforms (Mostly) Agree On Marijuana Reform
Texas Democrats "support Texas legislation to legalize possession & use of cannabis and its derivatives and to regulate its use." The GOP platform is nearly there.
What Are the Most Popular Baby Names in Texas?
If you want your baby's name to be on-trend (or the opposite), here's the list of the top 10 most popular boy's and girl's names in Texas for 2017.
Stonehenge 2 Is the Texas Answer to the UK’s Ancient Monument
Flying all the way to Europe to see Stonehenge is a little cost prohibitive. Luckily, Stonehenge 2 is a drive-able trip and nearly as big as the original.
A Texan and a 90s Kid? This Was Probably Your Favorite Cartoon!
Using Google Trends data and excluding anything that technically started in the 80s or deemed "adult" (think South Park), the most popular 90s cartoon in Texas is...
Child Hot Car Deaths Are Most Common In Texas & What We Can Do to Change That
1 in 7 children who died from vehicular heatstroke in the U.S. died in Texas. Here's a few ways we can prevent more deaths.