Majic On The Move

Join Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee for her 21st Annual Toys For The Kids at the George R. Brown Saturday December 19th.   Click here for more information.

Wow, what a way to kick off the first weekend of December.  The 2015 Toyota SWAC Football Championship game at NRG Stadium was quite exciting, not to mention the Battle-of-the-Bands half-time show.  The Alcorn State University Braves took on the Grambling State University Tigers and were victorious with a final score of ASU 49 – GSU […]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LOCAL ORGANIZERS CREATE LIST OF BLACK OWNED BUSINESSES IN HOUSTON HOUSTON, November … , 2015 The Texas Southern University Chapter of Collegiate 100 has collaborated with the Houston local organizing committee in order to create the “50 Shades of Black” Spending Campaign. This challenge consists of Texas Southern University Students, as well […]

Over the weekend, 3-time Grammy Nominee, Singer/Songwriter Raheem DeVaughn and his LoveLife Foundation, in conjunction with Lisa Denae of Cultivate Culture, Inc. hosted the foundation’s special “Queen For a Day” Event.  With the help of Salon Park Meyerland owner, Bonner Brinson, this private event catered to women who were domestic violence and trauma survivors in […]

The People’s station, Majic 102.1 went out on Wednesday, November 11th for the City of Houston’s Veterans Day celebration.  We were pleased to participate in the parade and here are a few Moments of Majic from the event.   For more information, click here.

It’s a party y’all!  That’s right, the fly jock himself, Tom Joyner was at CARMAX to bring you the Majic 102.1 Block Party, Saturday, November 7th, 12PM – 2PM at CARMAX Fort Bend (21939 Southwest Freeway, Richmond TX).  The Majic Crew with Tom Joyner and Kandi Eastman came out for FREE fun and entertainment such as an inflatable obstacle […]

The Beer & Chips Art Festival on Sunday, November 8th at the 8th Wonder Brewery, located at 2202 Dallas St. Houston, Texas, 77003 was a huge success.  The event really showcased a variety of artists talents in a number of mediums right here from the Houston metropolitan area.  Please take some time and check out […]

  The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, this inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to reclaim the future for millions. Together, we can end Alzheimer’s disease, […]

Clarease Rankin Yates created “Let The Fashions Begin” in 1995 to raise funds for the Sickle Cell Association of Gulf Texas; and in 2001 Let The Fashions Begin became an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation. The mission of “LFB” is to accelerate the discovery of a total cure for sickle cell disease.  This event has successfully raised over […]

Hey everyone, we’re all aware that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.  There are a number of organizations to make a charitable donation to, but how can we do more towards touching and impacting those who have been affected personally by this disease?  Of course there are the traditional walks, runs, and races, but for […]

News Release U.S. Department of Health & Human Services202-690-6343 Twitter @HHSMedia   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, October 14, 2015 HHS Awards More Than $240 Million to Expand the Primary Care Workforce and Connect Health Care Professionals to Underserved Communities Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia Burwell today announced the award of more […]

  Join the People’s Station, Majic 102.1 at Fallbrook Church October 22-24, 2015 for the National Black Book Festival. For more information, click here.