When you ask anyone from Midland-Odessa 'what do you think our city needs?' The answer is always, without hesitation, something to do! It seems that there just isn't much to do in the 432 so what is the next best option? We get in the car and head down the road, to the big Texas cities for entertainment. 

Unfortunately that oftentimes seems like the only option and trust, I get it. I do the same thing. However, this is exactly why I must keep you informed when something new opens in town because it means you can save gas, grab a group of friends or family and drive a few miles as opposed to a few hundred.

TWO NEW BUSINESSES NOW OPEN IN MIDLAND:

Are you a fan of axe throwing? Need to relieve some stress? Work got you all 'worked up' and you just need to blow some steam? This is the place for you! Axe-throwing relief may be just what the Dr. ordered.

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Check out Midland's only axe-throwing venue, Tall City Axe House this weekend at 3201 W. Front st. It is indoor axe throwing for people of all ages. Open Wednesday through Friday 4 pm to 11 pm, Saturday and Sunday 2 pm to 11 pm.

THE BROKENHORN BAR & GRILL NOW OPEN IN MIDLAND:

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First of all how cool is the name? The Brokenhorn Bar & Grill is a restaurant, bar and entertainment venue featuring pool tables, golf tee games, team roping, goat roping and live music. Where is it located? At 111 E CR-132 and hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 10 am to 12 am.

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