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Cowboys & Indians

Cowboys & Indians

February/March 2020

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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More Inspiring Shots If you can’t get enough of this year’s photo contest, be sure to follow C&I on Instagram @cowboysindiansmagazine, where we share breathtaking views regularly. You’ll also be the first to hear about next year’s contest. It’s OK With Terry C&I visited with football great Terry Bradshaw about his career and his favorite places to visit in his home state of Oklahoma. Look for the Bradshaw interview on our Entertainment tab. C&I Movie Awards For the third year running, we are asking readers to vote on their favorite films and performances on screens big and small. Visit cowboysindians.com/movieawards to cast your vote. Bidi Bidi Bom Bom Get our Queen of Tejano playlist from singer Stephanie Bergara of the Austin-based tribute band Bidi Bidi Banda by searching “Selena” on our website. At Home and On The Road…

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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 DIGITAL EDITOR Taylor Presley COPY AND RESEARCH EDITORS Ramona Flume, Michele Powers Glaze Diamond Rodrigue, Annie Wiles SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS Mark Bedor, Kristin Brown, 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

Joe Nick Patoski, writer “Siempre Selena,” page 114 Selena crosses my mind a lot. There hasn’t been a Next Selena, and there probably won’t be. She was one of a kind. When I hear or watch Beyoncé, the biggest entertainer from Texas, I can’t help but think of Selena and all the what-ifs. Tejano music lost its luster and its crossover potential with her death. … Selena really did have a good heart, a good soul, and was a good person. Those qualities transcend the talent we have come to know and go a long way toward understanding why she’s the icon she is today. Michael J. Mooney, writer “The Quieter Years of Randy Travis,” page 80 Before, I knew [Randy Travis] was one of the greatest musicians in the history of country…

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what lies ahead

EACH YEAR BEFORE SPRING HAS SPRUNG, we offer readers recommendations for festival season (page 122), that glorious time in the American West defined by outdoor pursuits, cultural gatherings, arts and crafts shows, culinary shindigs, outdoor concerts, and family fun. A well-planned fest is a Whitman’s Sampler of experiences. I ought to know, having attended dozens of them. I’m a sucker for variety (and handheld snacks, but that’s another story). Whether I’m attending a festival or helping plan the next issue of C&I, I want peaks, valleys, and everything in between. In that spirit, I’m here to prepare your heart and mind for the edition you are holding now (or viewing on a fancy device, you digital convert, you). Flip through from cover to cover and take it all in as the universe…

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letters

Celebrating the Classics Along with the rollout of C&I’s November/December 2019 edition featuring Butch Cassidy-era Paul Newman on its cover, we celebrated the most memorable 25 westerns of 1969, a dynamite year for our readers’ favorite film genre. Check out all of our recommendations by searching “Classic Westerns at 50” at cowboysindians.com, but for now, enjoy some mini-reviews that faithful Facebook followers shared regarding some of the titles. —editorial director Hunter Hauk Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid: “Wow, 50 years since they were gonna jump. Nothing has ever outdone it.” —Kenny Dykes The Desperados: “Jack Palance could be pretty dadgum scary! That’s what made him so much fun to watch!” —Judith Marquette Smith!: “Glenn Ford could ride a horse so well!” —Judy Nelson Sabata: “Lee Van Cleef was a great bad guy, second only to Leo Gordon.” —Linda…

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open range

Unbridled Spirit When you can’t escape your daily routines for the freedom of wide-open spaces, your lifestyle can still express your free-spirited Western ways. The West has a romantic tug on the hearts of America, so much so that its influence can be felt through every walk of life. The spirit of adventure lives in the West, embodied by the majesty of red rock peaks and wild wind that whips through the plains. Channel the majesty of Western destinations into your lifestyle by incorporating desert tones and natural accents. Read on to see our favorite pieces and experiences fit for the Western-centric adventurer. —Andrea Thorp, fashion editor TANQUE VERDE RANCH RESORT Driving through the gate at Tanque Verde Ranch Resort in Tucson, I was reminded of those old matinee movies where stout-hearted cowboy heroes end most every…