lubbockleft

Stronger Together

By: lubbockleft | Blog: Lubbock Left

If you missed the President's Tuesday tonight speech, here's the gist of it: Now is the time to act boldly and wisely – to not only revive this economy, but to build a new foundation for lasting prosperity.

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lubbockleft

Animal Shelter Public Meeting

By: lubbockleft | Blog: Lubbock Left

Just a reminder to all my readers that there's a public meeting to discuss building a new animal shelter coming up on Thursday night: What: Meeting on the proposed animal shelter. When and Where: Thursday, February 26, at 7:30 at the Groves Library, 5520 19th Street. Speakers: Tom Adams, Deputy City Manager in charge of Animal Services Todd Klein, City Councilman Cile Redus, Humane Society representative to the Animal Services Advisory Board All are welcome.

George Watson

Texas Tech-New Mexico 2-25-09

By: George Watson | Blog: Texas Tech / Big 12 Baseball

It's the finale of a six-game homestand for the Red Raiders as they complete the midweek series against New Mexico. Today we see how the Red Raiders bounce back from their first loss of the year, falling 13-10 to the Lobos on Tuesday after leading 10-5 going to the seventh. Sophomore left-hander Robbie Kilcrease gets the call today to try and put Tech back in the win column. He is opposed by UNM lefty Jason Oatman, who has allowed five runs on eight hits in four innings for am 11.25 ERA. Today's lineups: New Mexico: 1. Mike Brownstein, 2B; 2. Max Willett, CF; 3. Dane Hamilton, 3B; 4.

scottslemmons

Lubbock's Comics Connections: Alex Ross

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

Time to get back on board this semi-regular series I'm working on about Lubbockites who have worked in comics, cartooning, and animation. Today, we're going with a guy who we talk about a lot here, because he's one of the most prominent artists in the comics biz: Alex Ross.

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Donald R. May

“We Look for Hope in Different Places”

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal tonight, in his response to President Barack Obama’s speech to a joint session of Congress, concisely differentiated between we the Conservatives and President Obama and his fellow Socialists.

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Adam Zuvanich

Is Crabtree shooting himself in the foot?

By: Adam Zuvanich | Blog: Zuvie's Views

Perhaps Mike Crabtree should quit seeking advice from Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders.

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George Watson

Tech-New Mexico 2-25-09

By: George Watson | Blog: Texas Tech / Big 12 Baseball

Welcome back to the Law everyone for today's game against the University of New Mexico. The wind is blowing out to deep left-center, so it will be important to keep the ball waaaay down today. UNM can swing it like always. Here's today's lineups. New Mexico: 1. Mike Brownstein, 2B; 2. Max Willett, CF; 3. Dane Hamilton, 3B; 4. Rafael Neda, C; 5. Kevin Atkinson, 1B; 6. Ryan Honeycutt, LF; 7. Justin Howard, DH; 8. Chris Juarez, RF; 9. Daniel Gonzalez, SS; P-Will Kerr (0-0, 0.00) Texas Tech: 1. Michael Reed, 2B; 2. Taylor Ashby, LF; 3. Joey Kenworthy, SS; 4. Chris Richburg, 1B; 5.

scottslemmons

We're All Going to Hell!

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

Lubbock Moonlight Musicals -- AUDITIONS THIS WEEKEND!

By: Anonymous | Blog: Center Stage

You asked for audition news.Here is the latest update concerning auditions, straight from the horses's mouth ... provided that Lubbock Moonlight Musicals executive producer Gerald Dolter does not mind a temporary equine comparison.Lubbock Moonlight Musicals already has hired the stars of the London production of "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story," and, expecting no problems with the actors' visas, will stage the hit musical outdoors June through August at the Wells Fargo Amphitheater at Mackenzie Park.

Donald R. May

From President to Socialist Savior

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

Barack Obama is of the apparent mindset that he can destroy the economy of the United States and then resurrect it to Socialism.  He assumes he can seamlessly transition from being the President of the nation he is pushing into economic collapse to becoming its Socialist Savior.

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