Memphis: Home of the Blues

The third stop in our History in Living Color series is the Home of the Blues: Memphis.


Ask anybody what they know about Memphis and the immediate response is blues, rock n’ roll, Elvis Presley and Beale Street. There’s also a great deal of African American history waiting to be explored. Don’t miss these historical attractions when you go:

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Welcome to the District

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The next stop in our History in Living Color series is our nation’s capital. I absolutely love Washington D.C. It has it all— from charming restaurants to historic monuments, D.C. has something for everyone.

Nestled between Maryland and Virginia along the Potomac River, D.C. has strong ties to black history. The National Mall is the perfect place to explore American history and the countless contributions of African Americans.

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Destination I Do: On Location at the Wedding of Your Dreams



Romance isn’t the only thing to think about when planning a destination wedding. Here are seven tips to assist you on the journey of a lifetime from Miss to Mrs.

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Take Your Love Around the World

From candle light dinners to long walks in the park — romance is essential to Valentine’s Day. With the holiday quickly approaching, many of us are buying cards, flowers, candy and gifts for that special someone, but do you know what would make your Valentine’s Day even more special? A trip to one of the most romantic places on Earth. Even if you’re unable to get away this Valentine’s Day, you should consider planning some time to celebrate love and enjoy our list of some of the most romantic places in the world. Read more »

Atlanta’s Southern Charm

History in Living Color Part 1 of 4

Black History Month has been recognized by Americans every year since 1926. All of this month, through our four-part History in Living Color series, we’ll help you experience the vibrant culture of African-Americans and explore some of the destinations that helped to influence it. From exhibits and lectures to concerts and art, the achievements of African-Americans throughout history are commemorated and celebrated in unique ways, in dynamic locations.

This week we’re heading to “Hollywood of the South” — Atlanta.



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