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October 23, 2015

San Francisco’s less respected sibling by the bay already has built a reputation for a banging food scene. Now, the word is spreading about its wines. Long the home of some of the best soul food and BBQ in the country (although you’re seldom likely to hear about it over the din from Kans.../ ➝

October 21, 2015

When it comes to heritage travel for African-Americans, maroon is — or should be — the new black. About an hour’s drive inland from the Colombian port city of Cartagena de Indias stands the village of San Basilio de Palenque. Population: roughly 3,500. Dusty streets, small, one-sto.../ ➝

October 16, 2015

The Christmas holidays are over. The kids are back in school. It’s time for the grownups to kick back and turn up. IBIT is teaming up with Cap’n Paul Mixon, founder of the Black Boaters Summit, to put together a week–long winter escape for singles and couples age 50 and up, Jan. 23.../ ➝

October 16, 2015

Gorgeous tropical scenery. White–sand beaches and clear, warm waters begging for swimmers and snorkelers. Mysterious ancient ruins. Mexico’s Riviera Maya is the ideal place for a grownup winter getaway. Some folks actually love urban winters. Dressing in multiple layers of clothes every .../ ➝