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Cowboys & Indians January 2019

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cowboysindians.com

(PHOTOGRAPHY: COURTESY JOSEPH LLANES)C&I Movie AwardsWe announce in this issue, in “The Year in Westerns” (page 120), the nominees for our second annual C&I Movie Awards, a celebration of the often overlooked stories and performances relating to the American West and its many cultures. Visit cowboysindians.com to cast your vote.Aaron Watson Through The YearsThe Texas country troubadour has been going strong for two decades, and we’ve got hits from every era in a special Apple Music playlist. Find it by searching “Watson” at cowboysindians.com.More Home GoodsWe share new finds and photos of inspiring homes weekly on our website. Visit our Home & Ranch tab at cowboysindians.com to see the latest.The PostSign up at cowboysindians.com/newsletter to receive the best of the West in your inbox every Wednesday.@CI_Magazine@cowboysindians@cowboysindians@cowboysindiansmagazine ■…

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contributors

Lauren Crispin Kerrigan, Art DirectorWith running around after a 4-year-old in the evenings, I barely have time for myself — much less even time to think about my dreams. Ha! [Pours glass of wine.] Art direction and graphic design are my true passions, so I guess you could say I already have my dream job. However, one interest I wish I had some time to enjoy is printmaking. I loved making linoleum prints in my youth, and would like to get back into it. Check out one of Lauren’s first carvings, from 1994, above.Jonathan Fehr, Production DirectorMy current dream design project for C&I would be to create an illustration based on a historical figure who was being brought to life by an amazing actor like Gary Oldman or Meryl Streep…

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at home with yourself

DEPENDING ON WHEN YOU’RE READING this, you’re either in the throes of holiday hustle and bustle, or you’re collapsing just on the other side of it. Your houseguests have said their goodbyes. No more crumpled wrapping paper under your feet. No more leftover-filled Tupperware in the fridge. The tree, the tinsel, and the mistletoe? Goners.The new year is nigh, and that can seem surprisingly harsh once the afterglow of the holidays has faded. The house is eerily quiet and empty. Into the void flood thoughts of all those adult responsibilities: You’ve got to get serious in the office or on the property. You’ve got to organize the kids as they head back to school, complete with scowling faces and outstretched hands. There are supplies to stock up on, chores to…

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letters

(PHOTOGRAPHY: KATE WINQUIST/COURTESY CYPRESS HILLS DESTINATION AREA)The Puck Stops HereHere is something I thought you would find interesting. Every year in the Old Cowtown of Maple Creek, [Saskatchewan], there is [a hockey game] called the “Battle of the Little Big Puck.” Indians dress in traditional and beautiful costume, and cowboys dress up in traditional costume. This has been an event for 40 years in a community of cowboys and Indians who have been the best of friends for many moons. Proceeds for the game go to charity. Thought you might like this.—Rob Leslie, Weatherford, TexasFrom editorial director Hunter Hauk: Thanks for sending us down a YouTube rabbit hole, Rob. We found out that the next edition of the “Battle of the Little Big Puck” is scheduled for February 15 at the…

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the open range

DOUBLE D ON THE GOAs a complement to its new exclusive Peyote Bird Jewelry collection, Double D Ranch has introduced the Santa Fe, an oversized traveling case with a plethora of compartments for securing all of your turquoise essentials. It features a drawstring bag for protecting squash blossoms, an envelope for slab earrings, a lift-out ring tray, a removable bracelet bar, a snap-on band for earrings, four snap loops to keep chains from tangling, and a silver polishing cloth for buffing — plus it comes in every cowgirl’s favorite color ($158). ddranchwear.comNOCONA FINE ARTHelmut Lang was one of the most influential fashion brands of the 1990s, and as of 2017, the label has been given new life at the hands of discerningly chosen fashion visionaries. Current editor-in-residence Alix Browne, the…

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western storefront

Manitou GalleriesAfter taking in the lights and live music of Santa Fe on the Plaza’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration, art lovers in the City Different gear up for the next big event: the release party for Manitou Galleries’ art calendar, featuring a curated collection of Western and Native American works. “Every year, clients wait in line to get a copy,” says associate director Cyndi Hall.It’s just the first of many soirees held at Manitou’s two Santa Fe locations throughout the year. “We have openings featuring our artists at least once a month in both galleries,” Hall says. “Custom cocktails are served that correspond to the theme of each opening, and we always have performances from our eight-piece mariachi band.” But, first and foremost, guests come for the art. Hall…

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