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Cowboys & Indians

November / December 2019

Get Cowboys & Indians digital magazine subscription today to experience the best of the Western lifestyle, including the latest in fashion, travel, food and wine, architecture and home décor, art, music, and film, all presented with spectacular images from award-winning photographers.

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c&i cowboysindians.com

Holiday Recipes In this issue you’ll find authentic pioneer recipes on page 92, but you can never have enough holiday cooking inspiration. Peruse the “Food & Drink” page at cowboysindians.com to find our past recommendations — everything from Kent Rollins’ chuck wagon dishes to the elegant menu of Texas all-star Stephan Pyles. Stay In The Know Hit the “Entertainment” tab at cowboysindians.com to find exclusive music premieres, recommendations for films and TV shows, Q&As with up-and-coming artists of all stripes, and tributes to stars and inspiring figures we’ve lost. More Gift Ideas Once you’re done perusing the Holiday Gift Guide, visit cowboysindians.com/shop to find more C&I-approved gift items and merch. We’ve got goodies for the cowboys, the cowgirls, the kiddos, the home, and more. The Best Of The West In Your Email Sign up at cowboysindians.com/newsletter to…

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cowboys & indians

Editorial EDITORIAL DIRECTORS Hunter Hauk, Dana Joseph ART & PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Jonathan Fehr DIGITAL DIRECTOR Song Yang EDITORIAL COORDINATOR Emily C. Laskowski FASHION EDITOR Andrea Thorp SENIOR EDITOR Jesse Hughey SENIOR DESIGNER Sharon Kilday SENIOR WRITER Joe Leydon ASSOCIATE DIGITAL PRODUCER Kristin Brown COPY AND RESEARCH EDITORS Ramona Flume, Michele Powers Glaze Diamond Rodrigue, Annie Wiles SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS Mark Bedor, Richard Grant, David Hofstede, Paradigm Studios, Ellise Pierce, Jordan Rane, Red Steagall, Studio Seven Productions, Wendy Wilkinson Business PUBLISHER Gregory L. Brown ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Brandy Minick CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Ann Kidd ACCOUNTING MANAGER Martha Heine ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT Kera Gonzales ADVERTISING COORDINATOR Keely Junot OFFICE MANAGER Marcia Ordway CIRCULATION MANAGEMENT NPS Media Group ADVERTISING SALES HOUSE ACCOUNTS Brandy Minick brandy@cowboysindians.com 817.688.5466 ARIZONA/CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO/NORTHEAST SOUTHEAST/MICHIGAN INDIANA/OHIO Matt Russell mrussell@cowboysindians.com 817.913.5546 ALASKA/COLORADO/HAWAII IDAHO/MONTANA/NEVADA OREGON/UTAH/WASHINGTON WYOMING/INTERNATIONAL Heather Truong heather@cowboysindians.com 817.800.7397 TEXAS/ARKANSAS/ILLINOIS IOWA/KANSAS/LOUISIANA MINNESOTA/MISSOURI/NEBRASKA NORTH DAKOTA/OKLAHOMA SOUTH DAKOTA/WISCONSIN Jodi Corbell jcorbell@cowboysindians.com 817.313.2485…

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contributors

Marcia Ordway, office manager This is easy. It was the year I got a Roy Rogers guitar for Christmas. I was about 9 years old and very excited. Roy Rogers was my hero. Andrea Thorp, fashion editor My grandpa had a Belgian draft horse team that he hooked up to a wagon decked in red ribbons and bells. After Christmas dinner, he would load up the family and let me drive the team around his small town’s main street to spread cheer, even in six inches of snow. Song Yang, digital director I spent my first Christmas in Dallas with third-degree burns on my hand after trying to make s’mores for the first time ever. It all just happened so fast when my marshmallow went up in tall flames and then exploded on my hand…

2 Min.
half century, full heart

WHILE PREPARING THIS MONTH’S COVER story, I was reminded of an October 1969 evening in my hometown of New Orleans, when two college roommates and I ventured downtown to the Orpheum Theatre to see a publicized “sneak preview” of The Undefeated, a new western starring John Wayne. Just a few months earlier, Wayne had delighted us with the boisterous self-parody of his performance in True Grit, a hugely entertaining instant classic, so our expectations were high. Trouble was, even though The Undefeated was kinda-sorta enjoyable — how could a John Wayne western be anything less? — it certainly was no True Grit. After it ended, we stuck around for the regularly scheduled feature: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. And, to put it mildly, we were knocked for a loop. Indeed,…

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letters

Focus on First Nations I have subscribed to your magazine for many years, and your latest issue on Wes Studi [August/September 2019] is excellent, by means of honoring a well-deserving Indigenous person.… It would be great to see our First Nations people featured more often. I am an independent documentary filmmaker in New Mexico. A descendant of the Apache leader Geronimo, Geronimo Vela, has been featured in three of my films; the latest is called Traditional Indigenous Ways of Being. — Ed Breeding, Las Cruces, New Mexico Editor’s note: Check out Breeding’s film by searching YouTube for its title. Where’s Kelly? Very good article and interviews in the July issue about Yellowstone, but not even a picture of Kelly Reilly, much less an interview? — Brenda Calhoun, Gatesville, Texas From editorial director Hunter Hauk: Hey, Brenda,…

9 Min.
the open range

76 AND RIVETED Tooled leather is the quintessential Western accessory. Ashley Radzisauskas, the founder of 76 and Riveted, has mastered the art of blending leather craftsmanship with her own brand of creativity. In addition to leather, 76 and Riveted also specializes in Western-themed chain-stitch embroidery that adds a signature pop to already beautiful work. Our current obsession: this tooled leather field notes cover featuring a sorrel range pony alongside floral and scroll detailing ($215). 76andriveted.com THE FEATHERED LEOPARD In need of the perfect gift for a Western gal who has everything? A unique leather jewelry piece by Jenn Hall, founder of The Feathered Leopard, will do just the trick! Hall has put her own twist on Western-style accessories, using inlaid turquoise as well as other Southwestern motifs to accent her classic leather looks.…