A near-death experience is something no one wants to encounter. But the intrigue of witnessing the after-life is something that could make the experience worthwhile.
Family can also be something you choose, and that’s been the experience of the Lubbock Community Theater in putting on their newest musical, “The Addams Family.”
“Death of the Outsider” follows Billie Lurk on a path of redemption and offers a fitting end to the current “Dishonored” story arc.
Just in time for Halloween, the Fine Arts Department at South Plains College is showcasing a play called “The Haunting of Hill House.”
Comics of the week for the weeks of Sept. 27 and Oct. 4.
Summer has taken a horrible turn for seven kids who find out not all clowns are friendly.
Having a bad dream can become a reality for some.
It’s a weird pairing that looks ripped straight out of a fourth-grader’s crayon drawing stuck to the fridge. But somehow “Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle” is now my favorite strategy game.
Hub City Comic Con brings together local nerds from around the community who enjoy comics and cosplay.
The Creative Arts Department at South Plains College is bringing a new sound to the Levelland campus, releasing a faculty CD.
As a Guardian, you must reclaim your Light and travel the Solar System to protect The Last City of Earth.
Comics of the week for the weeks of Sept. 13 and Sept. 20
by TYLER YORK//Editor-in-Chief The bond between brothers is one worth fighting for. But as the Safdie brothers’ “Good Time” illustrates, tirelessly defending familial love can sometimes cause us to destroy ourselves in […]
A lovely day at the carnival with her son turns into a nightmare for a single mother.
Black Sabbath fans gather inside of Jake’s Backroom on Sept. 6 to hear the all-female tribute band Black Sabbitch.
The earth is being consumed by climate change, and Poison Ivy and the Floronic Man have decided to reverse it by turning every living creature into plant hybrids.
Tone Stith has broken through the R&B world, creating a following of young and old listeners with his first album, “Can We Talk.”
Tattoo enthusiasts come to Lubbock to satisfy their craving for more of the culture.
The underground criminal ninja organization known as the Hand is after the Immortal Iron Fist, and they are willing to level New York to get him.
Comics of the week, for the weeks of Aug. 30 and Sept. 6.