At about 10 a.m. one morning this past summer, I found myself riding shotgun in a Jeep Wrangler heading toward the northernmost tip on the island of Aruba.
"Oh great, a 10-hour airport layover," said no-one.
If you plan to be in San Diego for a few days, you should rent a car and take the 30-minute trip up to La Jolla. The 7-mile, hilly seaside community offers much more than just the University of California, ...
Autumn is the perfect time to visit Orlando in what is known as the offseason during September through November, when crowds are fewer, children are back in school and the weather is still warm.
You could hear the sound of rocks crunching beneath the tires of the passenger van as it pulled off the road and into the driveway of the Brown Estate in St. Helena, Calif.
Frequent fliers know that in the competitive world of modern airlines, it takes a skilled player to spot the good deals among the gimmicks.
There comes a point during any Orlando vacation when it's high time to ditch the masses and venture away from the theme parks.
Like anything with Black history, we must honor and respect the trailblazers. It’s the same for museums. The following is a list of museums that have been focusing on curating and cultivating the history of the Black experience.
I’m good at moving—other people. And not just around town.
Dreaming of a vacation, but don't have the cash for the airfare? You can now pay for your plane tickets in monthly installments.
We had been staying at great-grandmother’s small house in Warsaw, Va., where in the front room a relative called Brother slept. When we lived in New Jersey, I always looked forward to our family road trips to the small town ...
Instead of saying “hello” when she answered the phone, I said, “Where are you?”
For a century, the history of early African-Americans in New York State has been largely hidden.
While on Skype with a friend who lives in Berlin, I turned my computer around to show my view.
As I navigated the minefield of growing up Black in America, I leaned on Digable Planets, a ’90s hip-hop trio that rapped about Black existence through the prism of New York’s boroughs.