The Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) received $100,000 grant money from the Goldman Sacks Covid-19 relief fund, which was ...
When you think of museums, what likely comes to mind is a stroll through the hallowed halls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Louvre in Paris or the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia, perhaps. But that ...
When you’re ready to travel again, one of your first big questions is likely to be what to do about accommodations?
You likely heard about “The Negro Motorist Green Book,” Victor Hugo Green’s guide to services and places that were friendly to Black travelers at a time when discrimination was rampant and Blacks didn’t have the luxury of eating or staying ...
Now that TAP Air Portugal has announced it will resume flights from gateway cities like New York in late October, it’s time to move beyond dreaming and start planning for a trip to Portugal’s magical Madeira.
It doesn’t seem possible that somehow summer is already winding down. With all that’s going on, it’s not surprising if you didn’t get away.
When you’re ready to travel again, if you haven’t already been doing so, seek out Black-owned hotels and B&Bs.
You’re dreaming about the day you’ll vacay in some locale far, far, away. But until then, stay closer to home.
There’s a reason they say, “It’s better in the Bahamas.” Take a dip in those gorgeous aqua waters and you’ll know why
There’s a reason they say, “It’s better in the Bahamas.” Take a dip in those gorgeous aqua waters and you’ll know why. When the Bahamas are ready for U.S. visitors, you can find all safety and protocol information in detail ...
You may not be contemplating hitting the road any time soon, but when you’re ready you will.
Travelers from states with a high rate of coronavirus transmission are now required to provide contact information upon entering New York or they could face a hefty fine.
If cabin fever is killing you, it’s understandable. The last four months felt like eight. A change of scenery is long overdue.
The Walt Disney Company announced Thursday that it's replacing the theme of its iconic Splash Mountain ride with a theme based on the 2009 animated film "The Princess and the Frog."
Sedona is all about mind, body and soul. People come for solace, healing, as well as adventure. It’s likely no one goes home disappointed.
At times there are no words. No words to adequately express the depth and breadth of what you’re feelingAt times there are no words. No words to adequately express the depth and breadth of what you’re feeling.