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Cowboys & Indians

May/June 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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USFRSC, Inc.
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c&i cowboysindians.com

Colorado Bound Interested in extending our 72-hour weekend guide to the slopes and shops of Aspen? Visit C&I’s Travel page online to discover our top picks for a quick jaunt to nearby Vail, less than two hours away. A Fine Art Family Find out more about award-winning painter Morgan Weistling’s artist wife, JoAnn Peralta, and daughter Brittany Weistling, on our Art & Culture page online. Reader Favorites We invited your suggestions for the best westerns of the 21st century. Visit cowboysindians.com to see if your picks made our final list — and if they didn’t, enjoy some of our favorite responses. 10 Years Of Best Of The West For the last 10 years, we’ve rounded up the best this Western region has to offer, from cuisine to interior design to powwows. Search “best of the west” on…

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contributors

Lindsay Whelchel, writer, “Bohlin at 100,” page 64 “I love so many things about the Western way of life and all of the many places that could take a person. But I would have to say two of the most quintessential places I’ve been that embody the spirit of the West would be Yosemite National Park, because it still feels wild and full of adventure, and Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, known as the ‘Daddy of’ Em All’ for a reason.” Whelchel writes often for C&I’s sister publication, Western & English Today, as well as Oklahoma City’s regional newspaper, The Oklahoman. Diana Lambdin Meyer, writer, “Little Jerusalem Badlands,” page 76 “I was 12 years old when a family vacation first introduced me to the beauty of South Dakota’s Black Hills. They continue to be a…

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keeping up with duvall

THERE ARE MANY FOLKS I’D DESCRIBE as influential during my formative years in journalism. They were inclusive high school and college editors and advisers, loving family members who always offered words of encouragement, and intelligent friends who blessed me regularly with unfiltered opinions. If I’m completely honest, though, my most powerful early role model and mentor was Robert Duvall. The Oscar-winning legend has no clue, of course. This was a one-way relationship that involved my hanging on every kernel of truth he uttered in the 1994 film The Paper. Duvall played a cranky, pragmatic editor in chief named Bernie White, always the voice of hard-earned wisdom in his newsroom. At one point his character is forced to level with a dissatisfied staffer (played by Glenn Close) who’d stopped by to beg for…

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letters

Words From the Director Director and writer of Badland here! I wanted to write a heartfelt thank you for the support over the years and the recent C&I Movie Awards wins. I have been creating westerns for a little bit now as they hold a special place in my heart. My grandfather was a big fan of the magazine, and it is partly what got me into the genre… as well as Clint and John! I just wanted to drop a quick note and let you know how much I have appreciated the articles and the love for western films. I will continue to try and tell stories that entertain, and try and help keep the oaters and the dusters alive and well! —Justin Lee, Los Angeles From the editors: Lee’s Badland won Best…

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southwestern sun

HAPPY HOUR Tooled leather coasters add class to your patio party. Italian tan leather coaster set ($58.95), westernpassion.com CHEERFUL TABLE Add color to your summer table spread with a festive serving bowl. Southwest melamine serving bowl ($22), cowboysindians.com/shop As spring rains give way to the glow of summer, glimpses of golden memories are flooding into our heads. Whether you prefer to hit the road on an outdoors adventure, saddle up your favorite horse, or lounge on the front porch with a glass of iced tea, the time of year for leisure is here. To help celebrate a season of fun and relaxation, we’re looking forward to breaking out effortless, bright style and home décor. Reminiscent of Santa Fe and the greater Southwest, hot red and brilliant turquoise are popping up on everything from beach…

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hines goldsmiths

The area around the Teton mountains has an unmistakable pull on those who crave wide-open spaces and natural, majestic beauty. Familiar with the magic of the Teton Range, Carolyn Hines, owner of Hines Goldsmiths, has coordinated the creation of beautiful jewelry inspired by the region for 50 years. Hines moved to Jackson from Casper, Wyoming, with her late husband in 1970, when Jackson was still considered a quiet town. “I was fortunate enough to move to Jackson and start a business when it was a small, uncomplicated town. Our customers were our friends and neighbors, and we all lived and worked together…. They saw us as an asset to the community,” Hines says. A lover of precious stones, Hines found herself at the prestigious Tucson Gem Show, where she would personally…