On April 19th the Capitol Park Museum in Baton Rouge will open a new exhibition celebrating the life and musical legacy of one of Louisiana’s most influential musicians, legendary piano player Henry Roeland Byrd, popularly known as Professor Longhair.
Me Got Fiyo: The Professor Longhair Centennial shares with visitors is a tribute to a man who not only shaped the landscape not just of New Orleans music, but of the American music as a whole.
Every spring the Platte River in Nebraska is transformed by one of the world’s most amazing natural avian spectacles.
If the new season of Netflix’s 'Bridgerton' has you dreaming of traveling back in time to enjoy the lavish dinners, beautiful walks in the English countryside and life in a stately British manor home, don’t worry! You don’t actually need a time machine. Just spend a few days at one of these ten historic hotels in England to live out your Bridgerton fantasies.
One of Washington, DC's most popular spring festivals, the National Cherry Blossom Festival, celebrates its 110th anniversary and a return to in-person festivities this year.
Letchworth State Park in Castile, New York has taken a leap forward in making the outdoors more accessible to everyone. The park's Autism Nature Trail or “ANT,” is a one mile long loop with eight stations designed especially for visitors on the autism spectrum.
A national park in Georgia dedicated to protecting a site sacred to the Muskogee (Creek) people and significant to archeology, has doubled in size thanks to an effort to save it from encroaching development.
As the United States celebrates Black History Month, several exhibitions have popped up around New York City celebrating the future of African Americans through Afrofuturism exhibitions.
The sky is quite literally the limit for Sharon Rossmark. After discovering a passion for drone technology, Rossmark pursued sky exploration without hesitation.
During the pandemic national parks became a popular place for people to safely get out of their homes and even do a little safe traveling. The National Park System (or NPS) saw an increase in visitors at parks across the country.
Unfortunately, with the increase of visitors also came an unexpected downside, an increase in vandalism.
After closing for nearly two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the home of acclaimed jazz musician Louis Armstrong has reopened with a fresh new outlook to give visitors a peek into the life of the famed trumpeter.
What was once a single walking tour exploring the hidden history of African Americans living in New York during the colonial era has since expanded to an organization that uses art, storytelling and a roster of walking tours to educate the public about moments in New York's Black history that rarely talked about.
A groundbreaking exhibit exploring the often-overlooked contributions of African Americans to the culinary and cultural landscape of America opens in New York City in time for Black History Month. After a two-year delay, “African/American: Making the Nation’s Table,” which was created in cooperation with the Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD)comes to the Africa Center.
An innovative new exhibit that takes visitors on a powerful, multi-sensory journey inspired by African traditions has found a temporary home at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art in Las Vegas .