After almost two years of strange and stressful world events, high- and low-rollers alike are absolutely itching to get back on the casino floor and place their bets. The great news? Casinos are ready and are rolling out the red carpet for groups, whether they're feeling like getting lucky at the blackjack table and slots, want to soak up some luxurious spa time, or dine in undeniable style.
"Don't look for folks that just look like you. Don't look for folks that just pray like you. Don't look for folks who just vote like you. Look for folks who can't stand you because you're just different but you show love anyway ..." - Anita Singleton-Prather, Aunt Pearlie Sue and the Gullah Kinfolk
February is Black History Month, an annual celebration of achievements by Black Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. In honor of the successes and advancements Black Americans have achieved and contributed to society, check out these ways to celebrate and learn.
While we're all excited to once again be able to hop on a plane set for an exhilarating getaway in a stunning destination, the pandemic isn't over yet. Knowing a present risk remains, it's vital to ensure you go into the airport experience more prepared than ever before—for your sanity and your safety.
Recently, the TSA—which says it remains in close communication with medical professionals, the CDC, and various government agencies—got some input from various TSA Federal Security Directors as it relates to a smooth and safe security experience.
There remains a stereotype that older people are out of touch with current technology, whether it's for work or leisure. But new research has indicated that's anything but the truth today.