The battleground of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s, Birmingham, Ala., was bombed so often that it was sometimes referred to as “Bombingham.”
Most people know about the Liberty Bell, the most popular tourist attraction in Philadelphia. But did you know that the bell in this “city of brotherly love” was once a symbol of the abolition of slavery?
In these stressful times of economic recession, an inexpensive trip to Barbados might be just the thing to renew your spirit and remind you just how wonderful life can be.
Winter is right around the corner, so why not head to Florida to soak up some sun or do Disney before the cold sets in?
Savannah’s Black community is the oldest in Georgia and its history is one of the most significant in the nation.
From the Gateway Arch to the Old Courthouse, thriving St. Louis is continuously showing off the contributions of people of African descent.
What do you get when cultural diversity, delectable cuisine, great sports and tantalizing entertainment collide? You get Baltimore, Baby!
Young people climbed up the old marble columns of the hall for a better look at the band.
The number of vacationing Americans will be down this summer.
Partially built into the base of a mountain and largely surrounded by trees, Monticello's new visitor center blends into the central Virginia landscape.