Eat Cowboy Steaks at this 19th-Century Desert Shack

There is no menu, no cellphone service, no substitutions, 12-volt electricity, and the kind of steak you travel hundreds of miles for.


'Black Cowboy' Exhibition Reveals a Forgotten Part of US History

A new exhibition at The Studio Museum in Harlem challenges popular silver screen portrayals of the American cowboy.


Inside Charlie Daniels’s America

According to the 80-year-old country music legend, only two things protect America: the grace of God and the troops.


What The World’s Most Spiritual Cowboys Eat

Ecuador’s Chagras have a culture entirely their own, adapted to the native culture of the Ecuadorian Andes. And with this life comes a unique culinary culture, where natural resources are the name of the game.


How to Make Polygamy Work

For the first installment of The Talk, a new column that interrogates the current state of sex and relationships, we explore how and why people with different relationship structures make them work.


Cowboys in the Netherlands: Photos from the Largest Country Festival in Europe

Photographer Sabine Rovers visited Western Experience.


How to Make it as a Modern-Day Cowboy

"With everything that changes and everything that goes on in the world, I still throw a chunk of leather on a bronc and have to go ride it."


A Mining Boom Is Transforming the American West

I spoke to Lucas Foglia about his new photographic project, 'Frontcountry'.