AND SO MUCH MORE

How Air Guitar Became A Serious Sport

Inspired by African American guitar virtuosos of the first half of the 20th century, artists like Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Eddie Van Halen, Rick Nielsen and Lita Ford adopted showy stage antics. Advertised as the “greatest thing you’ve ne... Read More...

Legacy Flight Academy 

"Statistics consistently show that African-Americans represent only about 2% of pilots in both military and commercial aviation. Early exposure to aviation is... Read More...

ARCHIVISTS’ NOTE | JULY 2019

Continuing our Elements theme, this month’s issue is all about Air. We’re taking you way up in Ascending Mount Kilimanjaro and Mountaineering, is it for you? L... Read More...

Top 5 Countries For White Water Rafting

As someone who embraces off the beaten path forms of travel and “adventurous” outdoor experiences and someone who refuses to be limited by societal norms and standards of me based on my gender and race, I bring you five countries that boast the best ... Read More...

Where To Travel Solo Dolo

If there’s one thing everyone should learn about traveling it is that the planning process can be especially overwhelming and lengthy when other people are invo... Read More...

Girl’s Trip African Edition

Since the infamous Girl’s Trip movie, groups of women have pulled their crews together to create an equally epic and memorable experience. Who says you can’t “turn up” on The Continent?  How do you know who we are if you don’t know where ... Read More...

Surf Tourism | The Good, the Bad, and the Waves

Colonizing. That’s a term Leon Mach has used to describe surf tourism. “Colonizing in the sense that surf tourism often arrives first to remote coastal areas and effectively takes over the development process,” says Mach, the co-founder of SeaStat... Read More...