Tending to livestock in Nevada’s Great Basin was and is a lonely job. But the life and the landscape aren’t as sparse as they might seem.
A new exhibit showcases the works of America’s greatest Western artists and their way of documenting history.
Energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens made his fortune in oil, but once he realized his arid Texas Panhandle ranch was water rich, he knew his next big investment would be in a sportsman’s lakeside paradise.
Chilling with craft cocktails this Carmel Valley, California, resort epitomizes relaxation and refinement.
George Stevens’ epic 1956 film not only made a box office splash, it changed Texans’ minds about the rich novel from which it was adapted.
The Texas troubadour talks about his experimental new abbreviated songs, his love of performing, and why he never expected anyone to like “Merry Christmas From the Family.”