Ozzy Osbourne Is Leaving America Due To Gun Violence

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The ‘Prince of Darkness’ is leaving the United States. After living over 20 years in Los Angeles, California, the heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne is returning to the United Kingdom and one of the main reasons for his decision is that he can’t stand gun violence in America any longer. In an interview with the… Continue reading Ozzy Osbourne Is Leaving America Due To Gun Violence

Yes, Sundown Towns Are Still A Problem For Black Travelers In The United States

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A recent report conducted by BuzzFeed revealed that sundown towns — once thought to be a relic of the Jim Crow era — are still proving to be a problem for Black drivers in the 21st century. The extensive research revealed that at least 60 of Kentucky’s 782 towns are considered sundown towns. But contrary… Continue reading Yes, Sundown Towns Are Still A Problem For Black Travelers In The United States

When In Rome: Why You Should Always Respect The Host Culture

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Let’s chat about respect, and call travel what it really is— a privilege that shouldn’t be taken for granted. Those who have worked in the travel and tourism industry could regale you with stories for days about their experiences with clients who want everything their way, and expect the rest of the world to kowtow… Continue reading When In Rome: Why You Should Always Respect The Host Culture

Netflix’s ‘High On The Hog’ Highlights The Impact Black Food Culture Has On America

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Calling all food enthusiasts, especially those who love learning about the impact Black and African food ways made on the cuisine in the United States. Netflix will soon release a new 4-part docuseries, High on the Hog, celebrating and highlighting the culinary contributions of Black and African people, and how we shaped American cuisine as… Continue reading Netflix’s ‘High On The Hog’ Highlights The Impact Black Food Culture Has On America

Learn The Hidden Black History Of The Kentucky Derby At These Louisville Sites

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It’s that time of year again. Time to get your best church hat, dress, and for the men, a dope tailored suit. Yep, it’s Kentucky Derby weekend. While many people enjoy the annual weekend event for the upscale vibes and amazing cocktail receptions, you can also use the weekend to learn yourself something. (Shoutout to… Continue reading Learn The Hidden Black History Of The Kentucky Derby At These Louisville Sites

The Best And Worst U.S. Cities For Black Women: 2021 Edition

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Personal finance technology company MoneyGeek, has published a report of the best U.S. cities for Black women. The findings were determined based on factors including local wage gaps, poverty levels, safety, education, homeownership, and health coverage. Dr. Lori Martin, a Louisiana State University professor of African and African American studies and sociology said, “A livable place… Continue reading The Best And Worst U.S. Cities For Black Women: 2021 Edition

6 Black-Owned Party Games To Take Girls’ Night To A New Level

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Whether you are getting together with your girls via Zoom for Singles Awareness Day (Feb. 15) or just want to add a little flare to your virtual meetups, we curated this list of Black-owned party games that are sure to keep the laughs coming. Check them out. View this post on Instagram A post shared… Continue reading 6 Black-Owned Party Games To Take Girls’ Night To A New Level

Find Your Travel Bae At Passport Poppin’s Virtual Speed Dating Event

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Calling all single travel lovers! This Valentine’s Day, Passport Poppin is hosting an online speed dating event to help you find your travel bae. We linked up with the brand’s owner and founder, Akeia Spring, to get the scoop on this one-of-a-kind affair. Travel Noire: Tell us about your “Finding Travel Bae” event. Akeia: It’s… Continue reading Find Your Travel Bae At Passport Poppin’s Virtual Speed Dating Event

Karisma Hotels and Resorts Offers Free Rooms To Travelers That Test Positive For COVID-19

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Following last week’s announcement that travelers entering the United States will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test, Karisma Hotels and Resorts is going above and beyond to assist its customers.     Guests staying at their properties in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Riviera Maya region of Mexico now through March 31, will receive complimentary… Continue reading Karisma Hotels and Resorts Offers Free Rooms To Travelers That Test Positive For COVID-19

Biden Reinstates Covid-19 Travel Restrictions On Non-U.S. Travelers

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Newly inaugurated President Joe Biden has been making major moves since officially taking office on Jan. 20 and has now turned his attention to travel. On Monday, the President is expected to reinstate COVID-19 travel restrictions on non-U.S. travelers from Brazil, Ireland, the United Kingdom, as well as 26 other European countries that allow travel… Continue reading Biden Reinstates Covid-19 Travel Restrictions On Non-U.S. Travelers

President Biden Signs Order Mandating Testing & Quarantine For U.S. Entry

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Before his presidency began, Joe Biden announced a plan to regulate masks on planes, trains and buses. Mere hours after his inauguration and while announcing his COVID-19 crisis plan, the president signed an executive order mandating masks for air travelers. “In light of the new COVID-19 variants that we’re learning about, we are instituting now… Continue reading President Biden Signs Order Mandating Testing & Quarantine For U.S. Entry

President Biden Signs Executive Order Ending Trump’s “Muslim Travel Ban”

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Wednesday, just hours after being sworn in, President Joe Biden signed an executive order reversing the travel ban Donald Trump placed on 13 countries. The controversial ban was known as the Muslim ban, due to its targeting of Muslim-majority countries, and according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, was “a policy rooted in religious… Continue reading President Biden Signs Executive Order Ending Trump’s “Muslim Travel Ban”

Stamping In Style: 8 Unique Passport Cover Options For Travelistas

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Do you enjoy traveling in style? From your perfectly coordinated outfit to upscale eye-catching luggage. Well now you can bring a little flare to your passport. We curated this list of mostly Black-owned vendors creating stylish passport covers for the travel fashionista who enjoys collecting new stamps. Check them out and tell them Travel Noire… Continue reading Stamping In Style: 8 Unique Passport Cover Options For Travelistas

The Most Wish-Listed Airbnbs And Booked Online Experiences In Each State

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While the whole world has been on lockdown and quarantine for months amid the Covid-19 pandemic, a new trend of “wish list wanderlust” has emerged, according to Airbnb. In a recent survey, the popular vacation rental marketplace found that Americans are dreaming about the day when they can return to traveling safely. The survey of… Continue reading The Most Wish-Listed Airbnbs And Booked Online Experiences In Each State

Airbnb Canceling And Blocking All D.C. Bookings For Inauguration

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Airbnb has announced it is canceling all bookings in the Washington, D.C. metro area during the week of the Jan. 20 inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden. The company is also blocking any further bookings for D.C. during this time. Just off the heels of the Jan. 6 Pro-Trump Capitol riot and the continual increase in COVID-19… Continue reading Airbnb Canceling And Blocking All D.C. Bookings For Inauguration