Majic On The Move

Working Against Repeating Situations presents the 2nd annual Warm Hearts event. This event allows the community to come together to give hats, socks, gloves, jackets, blankets, and luggage to the children that are currently in CPS. For more information, follow them on social media and visit

For 30 years AIDS Walk Houstonhas been and remains Houston’s greatest response in the fight against HIV/AIDS.  Close to 10,000 men, women, and children along with our benefiting AIDS Service Organizations gather in Sam Houston Park in Downtown Houston to raise awareness and funds to support HIV programs in the community.  We honor and remember […]

Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Hire Houston Youth jobs program is open for summer 2019. All youth ages 16 to 24 in the Houston area can apply for paid jobs and internships in many kinds of industries, non-profit organizations and businesses as well as City of Houston government. Visit to apply. Click on the “youth” tab, […]

Fort Bend County Precinct 2 Constable Daryl L. Smith, Sr., will host ‘Operation Furlough’ on Saturday, February 16, 2019 from 10:00am – 1:00pm at Fort Bend County Constable Precinct 2, 303 Texas Parkway, Missouri City, TX 77459. Operation Furlough offers assistance to the many hard-working employees affected by the recentnational government shutdown. The Constable’s Office […]

Mayor Sylvester Turner urges Houston companies and organizations to join the hundreds of their counterparts who already participate in Hire Houston Youth, the trailblazing program that matches the city’s youth with summer jobs, internships and apprenticeships that pay at least $8 per hour for seven weeks. The program empowers applicants 16 to 24 years old […]

The NAACP Houston Branch will host a community town hall meeting on Monday, January 28 at 7 PM to address the Houston Independent School District’s superintendent search and to determine what could be the best leadership for HISD children. It will take place at Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church in Third Ward and is free and […]

Federal workers who have been affected by the government shutdown now have a grace period on their Houston water bills, per Mayor Sylvester Turner. The program will offer workers a 30-day extension of their payment deadline without penalties or interest and if bills are overdue by 60 days, the program offers payment plan arrangements. “Houstonians […]

The government shutdown is officially in its 31st day, meaning there are some government employees who have gone a full month without pay. Numerous local restaurants and businesses have offered free meals and discounts to help federal workers currently furloughed by the government. Now the city of Houston is taking the help a step further. […]

We all know that finding a job, much less a good job can be a struggle but the Turnaround Houston Readiness Fair will offer access to employers, social service agencies and community partners to help residents eliminate potential barriers in getting hired. One of the major employers looking to hire is AT&T. The communications outfit is looking to […]

Lyft has released the winners of their fourth annual Lyftie Awards, breaking down where passengers tend to go in their favorite cities over a calendar year. For Houston, everybody loves hitting up Whataburger after a fun night out as it won the award for Most Visited Late Night Restaurant. If you wanted to go partying, Lyft took the most […]

Former Houston Texans player and Fort Bend Independent School District (FBISD) Alumni, Devard Darling is awarding college scholarships to deserving students through his As One Foundation. The $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to ten FBISD high school seniors at the 10th Annual Devard & Devaughn Darling Scholarship Award Ceremony, 6:30pm,Thursday, July 19, 2018 at Center […]

In light of Donald Trump‘s tariffs on countries such as Canada, China, Mexico and the European Union, Houston City Council Member Dwight Boykins has called the move “harmful,” especially to those in his district. Boykins in a press release called the a descent into the “reckless path of confrontation” and consider the moves “fool hearted” […]