Protect yourself! If you think you’ve been targeted by a scam, click here to get information and assistance from the AARP Fraud Watch Network Helpline!
Sisters Site Logo.svg
Oh no!
It looks like you aren't logged in to the Sisters community. Log in to get the best user experience, save your favorite articles and quotes, and follow our authors.
Don't have an Online Account? Subscribe here
Subscribe

Travel

This 4-day getaway for two to the 39th Annual Stellar Awards includes air, hotel, red carpet and meet and greet with gospel music greats. Enter for a chance to win.
, June 6, 2024
Enjoy sun, sand, sisterhood and sanctuary at these scenic and sister-friendly escapes. Relax stateside a short drive from home, or at beautiful resorts from Puerto Rico to Portugal.
, May 16, 2024
Here’s everything you need to know about groovy getaway events in fun cities across the country featuring your favorite Black artists. Plus: Essence Fest celebrates 30 years!
, May 9, 2024
Black art matters. 'Sisters' visits the world-famous Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, where curator Tammi Lawson preserves our story.
, February 7, 2020
Locals share their favorite spots to fully experience Hotlanta.
, January 24, 2020
The world’s tallest skyscraper. Its largest mall. Ancient mosques, modern mega-yachts and more have made visiting the Arab city unforgettable.
, November 1, 2019
Get ready to ride! These tunes, from “Little Red Corvette” to “I’ll Take You There,” will have you cruisin’ with a new groove.
, October 11, 2019
Airlines can charge up to $200 to check a single bag. These sister-tested, genius packing tips will save you big money while traveling in style.
, September 20, 2019
Fall for each other and these romantic city retreats, great for touring, exploring and boo-loving.
, September 6, 2019
Here’s your chance to win a girls’ trip inspired by the beauty of friendship
, August 23, 2019
Locals share their fave spots to fully experience the City of Brotherly (and Sisterly) Love.
, August 16, 2019
Visit the Paris of Josephine Baker, James Baldwin, Richard Wright, ’20s jazz musicians and the residents of “Little Africa.”
, July 19, 2019