This might be your next vacation place.
Travel writer Kristin Braswell reflects on the beauty of Cuba and America's hypocrisy in shuttering the country when human right injustices abound in our own nation.
London recently became an explosion of colors and sounds for Notting Hill Carnival. The street parade drew over one million people to its streets over the course of two days. Groups of revelers, called bands, conjured up the playfulness of a paint and powder party similar to J’ouvert in Trinidad. Bodies, cars and the road were decorated with a rainbow of colors. Bodies jumped and waved. Booming sound systems could be heard from every street. This is the power of Carnival.
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The actor on his role in Tyler Perry's Good Deeds.
The actress on her return to Broadway for the Alicia Keys production.
The 30-year-old playwright on her Broadway debut, starring Angela Bassett and Samuel L. Jackson.