Art & Culture

On View: Ken Burns’ American Quilts

Who knew Ken Burns was so into quilts? The International Quilt Study Center & Museum did, and it’s exhibited a lot of fine examples of Americana from the famed filmmaker’s never-before-displayed private collection.

Historic Bars in the West

Stepping into these Western watering holes is stepping back in time. Coaxing a stranger to dance with shots at his …

James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok

From simple beginnings in Illinois, the legendary gunfighter, Army scout, lawman, and gambler would become a legend and folk hero synonymous with the Wild West.

The Briscoe’s Night of Artists

The San Antonio Museum’s signature exhibition and sale will be a grand affair showcasing some of the best of the contemporary Western market.

Birds and Their Earthbound Companions

Texas fine-art photographer E. Dan Klepper talks about a favorite project that grew out of the intersection of field science and photography.

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.

Where the Elk Roam

Wyoming cowboys feed elk forced from their winter migration routes, but some question the wisdom of doing so.

Western Homestead: Your Winter Checklist

Learn how to winter-proof your Western homestead.