One of Lubbock County's strip club's is getting the ax after a grandfather clause is broken, and some neighbor's are thrilled to hear the news. The building know as Nibbles, will no longer be occupied by any type of sexually oriented business.
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A friend and I was talking about the traffic circle and how it was crazy driving around it. Then we were talking about other buildings that have been tore down due to progress.
What other famous or notable buildings or landmarks that have been demolished? Actually before the 60's.
My Dad ran a machine shop in Lubbock and did the welding on the front screen at the Red Raider. He sold the machine shop in 51 and started farming.
The Alamo dance hall. Wells Hall.
Rick's cabaret international, inc. completes acquisition of all jaguars gentlemen's clubs and associated real estate
Don Scare Crow Chevrolet. Ron Sewell Ford. The Britanny Steakhouse.
Fine Arts Theater. The entire strip.
I went to the Winchester when it was fairly new and it had reclining seats, it was pretty snazzy for that time back then. I was impressed. Circathere was a bar called D. Also, there was a hole in the wall bar in the down town area that was on the top floor.
I recall a long staircase to get to the front door, the Attic maybe? Anyone remember? Start New Topic.
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Treasure Island Golf Course. Tech Ex. Since the traffic circle was mentioned, you have to include the Circle drive-in Red Raider drive-in was another iconic place for families to take in movies in the 60's. Is the Yellow Rose still up and running.
I sure thought it was, though either vacant, or a strip club. Stubbs building is gone, but the memorial is there, and it's great if you haven't seen it.
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Reese AFB. Remember the big tree in the parking lot? That theater on 19th and Quaker was Cinema West.
And just East of there was the Fox Four Plex. Made everyone get outof the theater. Those were the days.