cowboys

Then perhaps you could tell a more recent story of Indians and cowboys. Of the Standing Rock Sioux and Energy Transfer Partners in a stand off over a stretch of land; that spot where Montana meets North Dakota, that is rich in oil reserves.
The multi-racial cast is a pleasant update. In the '60s version Eli Wallach, the son of Jewish immigrants from Poland, played
After decades of collecting vintage western paperbacks, (published 1939-1960) I decided to downsize and part with the approximately 3,000 novels I'd acquired.
Because you can't start the NFL season without some crazy.
America is reeling amid re-ignited racial flames, and country music ace (and Vegas favorite) Sam Riddle appears to be the only cowboy with the steer-sized cojones to reach through that fire...for the hand of stunning South African actress and dancer Sibo Mlambo (Starz' "BlackSails.")
His name was Lon and his hands were trembling as he looked down at the words written on the crinkled piece of faded yellow
She discussed working in the male-dominated sports world and how she balances her career with parenting.
I'm worried about several friends who have taken their old age freedom and turned into coffee snobs. They demand only the freshest beans harvested under a full moon from secret mountain forests and flown in on fairy wings.
Stunning black-and-white images of ranchers, riders, calf ropers and herders.
Winning sports franchises focus on product, customer and brand over time. Different people may describe these differently. But they are all talking about the same things. Except it's actually the same one thing because long-term success requires the three to be inextricably linked in a culture of winning.
This is a part of New Jersey where the local college offers glass blowing and hones skilled artisans, and the local schools keep farming alive in clubs dedicated to the love and pursuit of preserving the land.
Filming with animals can be a lot more complicated than filming with people and it takes a lot more preparation than one might think. One wants it to go well, so one can never be prepared enough.