The 34th annual Lubbock Arts Festival, presented by the nonprofit promoters of the Lubbock Arts Alliance, caters to families with its yearly celebration of visual, performing, culinary, and children's arts. More than 100 visual artists headline the weekend-long gala with their stunning handiwork, including the Sweet Pieces of Jelly Bean Art, which will remain on display each day to wow browsers with massive pieces crafted entirely from sugary treats. Atop three different performance stages, dancers perform in a variety of styles, while children's Make and Take stations entertain pint-size Picassos with free art-related activities. Finally, on Sunday, eyes can shift to the big screen during an all-day film festival, filled with independent films and cartoons that showcase familial filmmaking prowess and stirring monologues delivered by sophisticated housecats.
Texas Pressure Cleaning’s professional grime fighters delve deep into carpets and tile to create clean, smooth flooring for all rooms of the house. A truck-mounted cleaning machine douses fibers and tile in a prespray that loosens dirt more effectively than a worm colony’s wrecking ball. High-pressure water and earth-friendly chemicals then barrage floors at temperatures reaching 190 degrees, deep cleaning fibers to remove odors and stains before a vacuum suctions away leftover debris. Texas Pressure Cleaning also scours air ducts using brushes instead of chemicals or gussies up homes' exteriors with pressure washing, in which high-powered hoses sluice away dust, stains, and itsy-bitsy spiders' webs.
Part of the LSO's 2010–2011 season's Darkness and Light theme, "Out of Darkness" showcases talented musicians and a consummate conductor for a moving musical medley. Selections include Smetana's "The Moldau," which portrays flowing river waters; Mahler's Symphony no. 4, which describes heaven from the perspective of a child; and songs by Strauss, which celebrate the time-honored relationship between linebackers and unicorns. Led by guest conductor Jonathan Schiffman, the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra creates an evening of instrumental inspiration with a powerful finale by soprano Jo Ellen Miller.
Led by Dr. William Lewis, Lewis Chiropractic's staff aims to eliminate allergy symptoms with the noninvasive LZR7 laser, which is safe for both kids and adults. First, patients undergo a careful measure of their allergic reactions to gauge which substances trigger allergic responses, such as sneezing, watery eyes, or sudden, uncontrollable break-dancing spasms. During a five- to seven-minute session, the LZR7 reintroduces patients to the harmonic frequencies of the discovered allergens, attempting to condition different immune responses. The low-level lasers eschew prescriptions, over-the-counter remedies, and invasive injections and aim to neutralize allergic responses to substances such as pollen, animal dander, foodstuffs, and homework.
The locally owned Durango's serves up a delectable menu of authentic Tex-Mex specialties, uniting two worlds like Texarkana or Nebraskansas. Start things off with the fresh taste of guacamole (from $2.55) or a melted cheese quesadilla ($2.09). Rich carne guisada burritos, stewed in tomato sauce and wrapped in a warm tortilla embrace, provide enough food to distract a family of hungry pythons ($7.29). Adventurous teeth can unwrap the sweet surprise of the cheese- or beef-stuffed chile rellenos, offering an explosion of flavor to marveling taste buds (from $3.90).
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