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Secret Swimming Spots in the Caribbean

When you’re in on a secret you feel special. While there are places in the Caribbean that are on everyone’s must-see list, better still is the insider’s list for those in “the know.”

Eight places to catch your dinner and eat it too

When you make something with your hands there’s a special something, a pride that comes from being a creator.

Getaways for a fantastic fall

There’s something about fall that’s fantastic.

Richmond’s arts scene makes for a perfect getaway

Richmond, Virginia, ironically the site of founding father Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death!” speech, was for decades, a major hub of the North American slave trade.

How to find the best flight deals

Booking a flight is easy, but finding the best deal may not be as simple.

Experience the past and present in Natchez, Mississippi

The past is ever present in Natchez, Mississippi.

St. John: A small island with a lot to offer

St. John is the smallest of the three islands that make up the U.S. Virgin Islands. St. Thomas is the capital and there’s St. Croix, the largest of the trio.

Art, culture and sun: an off-peak season Miami getaway

With hot and humid temps soaring into the 90s during the summer months, May through September is considered off-peak season.

Retreats Just for Women

You know what they say, a woman’s work is never done.

Last-minute summer vacation ideas

Somehow it is already the middle of July. Memorial Day and the Fourth of July came and went and yet you still haven’t managed to get out of dodge.

Guyana: not so hidden gem

You don’t have to search hard to find Guyanese culture in New York City. As of three years ago, there were more than 140,000 Guyanese living in New York City, making them the fifth-largest foreign-born population in the city, according ...

Outside of the limelight, Anguilla still a shining star

Just because something’s not in the limelight doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be.

Under-the-radar foodie destinations

Food, glorious food! When you go on vacation, the culinary scene is no small consideration.

A Harlem Juneteenth

June 19, 1865, was the abolition of slavery in Texas and enslaved African-Americans in the confederacy.

Talking SCHOP! A birthday first in Canada, Part II

Last I left you, I was passing out after a long drive with my ace Jason, late night wonton soup and medication for my chest virus but, baby, we were in Montreal on my first visit to Canada! Nothing was ...

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