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Creative Mike The Rapper Launches The Newest Black-Owned Coffee Brand

From the time he can remember, coffee played a big role for musical artist Creative Mike The Rapper. That’s why it’s no surprise that he launched his own brand called Dope Coffee Brand. Some of his most ...

Added February 26, 2021

How Femmebnb Is Making International Travel Safer For Black Women

In 2017, IT consultant Yaa Birago decided to treat herself to a solo Euro trip for her 30th birthday with stops in Paris, Rome, and Barcelona. What was to be a celebratory event soon turned sour when she ...

Added February 26, 2021

Israel Reopens To Locals With Vaccine, Foreign Travelers This Summer

Israel has reopened its hotels, pools, gyms and other leisure and entertainment activities, and individuals must show a “green pass” to gain entry. The pass, sometimes referred to as a “vaccine passport ...

Added February 26, 2021

Traveler Story: ‘I Learned How To Take Advantage Of Strategic Traveling’

Living a life free of stereotypical confines like a home, a husband, or children, you never know where you might find rolling stone Meredith San Diego. A native of–wait for it–San Diego, Meredith has traveled ...

Added February 26, 2021

‘Living In Latin America Had A Profound Impact On My Life’

Ohio-native Stephanie Claytor spent the last ten years of her life as a television reporter. After becoming fluent in Spanish while living in Latin America, she returned to the U.S. to tell the stories ...

Added February 26, 2021

Meet The 24-Year-Old Haitian Man Behind This Wine Brand

When Abner Montfleury graduated from Boston College in 2018 with a Psychology degree, winemaking was the furthest thing from his mind. In fact, it wasn’t on his radar at all. The Dorchester native took ...

Added February 26, 2021

Travel Across The Caribbean Thanks To These Brooklyn Eateries

Flatbush, a neighborhood in central Brooklyn, is home to one of the largest Caribbean communities in the country. The founder of caribBeing, Shelley Worrell, recently shared her favorite Caribbean Restaurants ...

Added February 26, 2021

Three Black Women Open Metro-Detroit’s First Selfie Pop-Up Space

If there’s one thing for certain about this life, people and experiences will pop-up when you least expect it – yet, seemingly– at the right time. If anyone can attest to that, it’s Kiera Henderson, Danielle ...

Added February 26, 2021

Ghana First Country To Receive Covid-19 Vaccine Through COVAX Program

Ghana has officially become the first country to receive the COVID-19 vaccine through the World Health Organization’s COVAX program. The shipments that arrived in Accra contained 600,000 doses of the AstraZeneca ...

Added February 25, 2021

Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks: Bringing A Taste Of Philly To ATL

Derrick Hayes is the President and CEO of Atlanta’s Big Dave’s Cheesesteaks. The 33-year-old Philadelphia native and father of two girls started Big Dave’s in honor of his late father. “As I watched him ...

Added February 25, 2021

50 in 50: The Best Pizza Places In Each State

Italy really did what needed to be done when they created pizza. The simple, savory pie consisting of a dough base, flavorful tomato sauce, cheese, and any number of toppings is a universal favorite (although ...

Added February 25, 2021

Eat At These Black-Owned Restaurants From HBO’s ‘Insecure’

What we love about HBO’s Insecure is the fact that it celebrates Black love, Black culture, Black history, normalizes Black mental health wellness – it’s just an overall celebration of Blackness. It also ...

Added February 25, 2021

‘We Moved To Ghana From The Netherlands So Our Children Could Learn Their History’

Anna Acheampong’s daughter came home upset from school one day in The Netherlands, after questions came up about her race. What was most shocking to Anna was that her daughter insinuated that she would ...

Added February 25, 2021

An Ode To Rum Punch: Top Restaurants To Get Your Fix

What’s your go-to cocktail, or the cocktail that takes you back to a particular destination? Many come to mind, but only one reigns supreme— rum punch. The classic Caribbean cocktail is usually made with ...

Added February 25, 2021

‘I Wanted To See What It Was Like As A Black American Man Abroad’

Attorney Wesley Harris was determined to experience life abroad and was searching tirelessly for the ideal opportunity. “I worked for the US government and I had been applying to jobs over in Germany and ...

Added February 25, 2021

Inside The Four Seasons Resort Nevis’ 30th Anniversary Deals

When the Four Seasons Resort Nevis opened its doors in 1991, it became the first of the brand’s properties in the Caribbean and only the second in the Americas. Since then, it has grown into a premium ...

Added February 24, 2021

Bali Officials Considering Making Digital Nomads Pay $140K For A Visa

Bali has been regarded as a place that’s welcoming to tourists, especially to expats contributing to the local economy. But that inviting attitude from the Balinese people towards international visitors ...

Added February 24, 2021

Traveler Story: ‘I’m Treated Better In Melanated Countries

World traveler Rachael “Slim” Bivens hails from Augusta, GA. She currently resides on Maryland’s Eastern shore, where she works as an engineer and officer in the US Army Reserve. Slim has traveled to 27 ...

Added February 24, 2021

The Maldives: A Guide To Help You Plan For Your Post-Pandemic Trip

The Maldives, known for being the ultimate bucket-list destination, having the world’s best beaches, and being one of the most romantic vacation spots in the world, is waiting for you to visit. RELATED ...

Added February 24, 2021

Here’s Why Indianapolis Is The Perfect Vacation For Sports Lovers

Indianapolis is making a strong case for being the premier sports destination in the United States from amateur to professional sports leagues. Some of the country’s largest scale sporting events have ...

Added February 24, 2021

Inside Black Woman-Owned A Peace Of Soul Vegan Kitchen

Meet Folami Geter: owner and chef of A Peace of Soul Vegan Kitchen in Columbia, South Carolina. In addition to the brick-and-mortar store, she also runs the Peace of Soul vegan food truck. Raised as a ...

Added February 24, 2021

‘I’m A Single Black Woman Who Left Australia To Buy First House In Africa’

Jasmine Ama was ready for a change from Australia because she was ready to find balance in her life. She left her job as a social worker for six years to buy a three-bedroom home in Ghana. In an interview ...

Added February 24, 2021

London Man Goes On Hunger Strike And Attempts To Escape Quarantine Hotel

An East London man said he is being held against his will after being forced to quarantine at the Heathrow Radisson Blu Edwardian. Anthony Pium, a 30-year-old father of one, returned to the U.K. on Wednesday ...

Added February 24, 2021

You Can Win A Luxury Vacation Just By Describing Your Dream Vacay Online

Many of us are still waiting for the chance to start seeing the world again. The pandemic has given us plenty of time to sit back and think about our dream vacay, once things are safe again. Popular skincare ...

Added February 23, 2021

Visitors To Alaska No Longer Need Negative COVID-19 Test Before Entering

The state of Alaksa is no longer requiring visitors to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter. The change went into effect Feb. 14 upon the expiration of Alaska’s emergency declaration. The state ...

Added February 23, 2021