True Southern story: My siblings and I were diehard Sega Genesis players on the family farm throughout the ’90s. My brother was so genius with it he could literally figure out and beat combat games in a few hours. Now, Cowgirl Candace wasn’t that good, but I had a thang for “Mickey Mania: The Timeless […]
Self-taught rural painter Lisa Cain seizes the South using mixed media and earnest childhood memories. Born and raised in Canton, Mississppi, the now League City, Texas-based folk artist introduces art lovers to her community, church life and generational connections with each paint stroke and textured detail. Her relatable work — Bible Belt baptismal and church […]
Wanna really show me how much you adore Cowgirl Candace? Gift this Georgia peach with peachy, pink and pastel nail lacquer — any time. When my awesome Southern belle mama gifted her darling daughter with SimplePleasures’ Shine Bright collection (because she’s got too many polishes already), I got super farm-girl fuzzy inside. She also knows […]
Coupling country Western coats and jackets with cute cowgirl accessories is what I do. My brand-new coined-sized cowboy boot earrings from Flair Fashions traveled all the way from Richardson, Texas (Farm Fun Fact: Richardson is hometown of Steve Benson, Pultizer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, and Pegah Anvarian, fashion designer.), to Columbus, Georgia’s Goodwill of Southern Rivers. […]
Every chance I receive to collaborate with award-winning historian and fellow cowhand Michael Searles (a.k.a. Cowboy Mike), I take it. He has been one of my biggest digital media supporters in educating readers about the significance of the black cowboy — and cowgirl — since Day 1. Currently, I’m covering film and TV stories for The Atlanta […]
Howdy. I'm Cowgirl Candace, an award-winning journalist, internationally published brand blogger and fourth-generation farm girl.