During your holiday rest and relaxation time, take a look back at the magazine's most viewed features of 2018. Some came along this year and some are all-time classics.
Top Modern Westerns: 25 Films To Watch Now: These 25 films represent the advancements of the genre in the last two decades. Find out how to watch them at home.
Kevin Costner: The Dances With Wolves director and star whose breakthrough came in the 1985 western Silverado returns to the old genre with Yellowstone, bringing big-budget action to the small screen.
Hostiles: Christian Bale, Wes Studi, and Rosamund Pike star in Scott Cooper’s treacherous, soul-searching, life-changing journey through the American West.
The Legend of the Lost Dutchman Mine: There’s gold in them there hills — or is there? In the Superstition Mountains outside of Phoenix, people have died trying to find out.
On the Market: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Last House: This historic home in Phoenix is listed for $3.25 million.
The Rider: Reality Hits Home: An independent director and a real-life Lakota rodeo cowboy teamed up to make one of the breakout film festival sensations of the year.
The Last Battle of the American Indian Wars: The final battle between Native American fighters and U.S. Army forces occurred 100 years ago in Bear Valley near the Arizona border with Mexico.
Blake Shelton: Eleven country albums and 14 seasons of The Voice might have made Blake Shelton a household name. But it’s his love for Oklahoma that has made him — to quote one of his hits — backwoods legit.
100 Best Westerns Ever Made: Here's our all-star round up of westerns according to C&I readers, film critics, and big stars.
The End of a Longmire Journey: We got readers caught up on the modern western Netflix series as its final season approached in 2017.
Clint Walker: On the occasion of Cheyenne’s 60th anniversary in 2015, Clint Walker reminisced about making the classic western that made him a star. The beloved actor passed away earlier this year.
A Centennial Tribute to John Wayne: From 2007, a tribute to the iconic actor in honor of his 100th birthday.
Trisha Yearwood’s Key Lime Cake: Y’all are making a lot of this confection, as its recipe has been one of our most popular posts every year since 2015.