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NAACP warns Black passengers about traveling with American Airlines

The NAACP has warned African-American travelers to be careful when flying with American Airlines.

Less than 48 hours in Amsterdam

The quiet, picturesque city of Amsterdam is made up of dreamy canals, cozy restaurants and the friendliest people, making it an easy place to explore—even if you don’t have much time.

Rough storm season will slow tourist arrivals

With the infrastructure of so many countries devastated by the record-setting 2017 hurricane season, tourist arrivals to Caribbean destinations are expected to plunge significantly this year.

HBCU homecomings are the perfect fall vacation

At historically Black colleges and universities, homecoming is more than a football game—it’s like a family reunion during college football season, where the who’s who, of both the past and present, return to campus—decked out in their university sweatshirts and ...

A fashion girl’s guide to Paris

To a fashion girl, Paris is the mecca for all things chic and fabulous.

Boston, the historical destination

Being one of the oldest cities in the country makes Boston the perfect destination for history enthusiasts, but with a variety of activities available and a ton of unique neighborhoods, it’s also the perfect place for your next family trip.

Hurricane Irma affects a tourism-driven region

Last week, the Western Hemisphere experienced one of the worst hurricanes in recorded history.

Montego Bay is more than resorts

Jamaica is truly one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean.

Hello, shoulder season

Don’t let the end of this season get you down. We’re on the verge a new travel season - an underrated season that travelers rarely take advantage of.

Flying for Labor Day? Pack your patience after Harvey

The U.S. air travel system is heading into the holiday weekend with one arm tied behind its back, with a surge of Labor Day travelers taking to the skies while Houston's busy airports remain hobbled from Hurricane Harvey.

An ode to La Compagnie

One of the best things about living in New York City is having access to just about everything.

Martha’s Vineyard in August: Part 2

They say “anybody who’s anybody” vacations on Martha’s Vineyard during the month of August every single year.

August in Martha’s Vineyard: Part 1

Every August, an influx of middle- to upper-class African-Americans retreat to the small island of Martha’s Vineyard, just off the coast of Massachusetts, to conclude the summer with beach days and dinner parties among old friends.

A guide to Athens, Greece

The city of Athens has been continuously inhabited for more than 7,000 years, making it one of the world’s oldest cities. With a history like that, it’s no wonder there’s so much to see and do.

A guide to the island of Mykonos

You can get to the island of Mykonos by air or by sea!