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  • S2P3: With little opportunity for African American pharmacists at the height of Jim Crowe, Alfred and Billie Caviel eventually found it in the flat, dusty town of Lubbock. In the 60s, when Lubbock was segregated, the Caviels opened a successful pharmacy that eventually became a celebration of Black history in the city. As one Lubbock local points out, it’s important to remember the roots of Black history exist in Lubbock’s own community and were planted by trailblazers like the Caviels.
  • On this episode of the 24 Frames Podcast, Brent Collins of Fanboy Hobby in Lubbock, Texas talks about cosplay that matters and why he chose a hobby with…
  • Summer movie season has come and gone. On a brand new episode of the 24 Frames Podcast, host DeNae Griffith is joined by KTTZ-TV General Manager Paul…
  • The 24 Frames Podcast is back again, this time talking to Tom Mooney, the editor for 'New Slang,' an online publication dedicated to covering the music…
  • It was one of the biggest film releases of all time, and now the 24 Frames Podcast crew give their reactions to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Join host,…
  • We can't thank you enough for your continued support of 24 Frames on KTTZ-TV, Texas Tech Public Media. The show has grown over the 3 years it's been on…