Muriel Bowser

Follow Majic 102.3 On Twitter: Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser stopped by “VJ In The Midday” with Vic Jagger to talk about a number of items citizens in The District need to know. Mayor Bowser shed some light on some of the wonderful things going on with the Marion Barry Summer Youth Employment Program Expansion. Mayor […]

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is pulling all the stops to locate the dozens of missing Black and brown girls in her district. Just a week after the mayor released a six-point plan to address traumatic case, which reportedly had been conceived of in January, Bowser distributed a broad outline of the plan, including more than half a million […]

Saturday, June 21st, DCTV held a Community Day Festival in celebration of the public access station’s 25th Anniversary.  The free event was held at Brooks Mansion in Brookland, DC, where DCTV is housed.  Hundreds of District residents came out to enjoy live entertainment, food, vendors,  and kid’s activities.  Performances included violinist Chelsey Green, School of Rock, comedian Timmy […]

 Seen at IAmBrianJames.com Yesterday was a big day in Washington, D.C. where the primary election for mayor took place. The race has been heated since the beginning after current Mayor Vince Gray was battling a scandal that could have potentially took him out of office earlier than the election. With that being said, yesterday the democrats […]

They don’t know which way is the right path forward, and they wish they did. They love their city — the old neighborhoods and the new places to eat, drink and play. They fear for their city, worrying it is becoming a place for the childless and the rich. Read More

US President of the United States Barack Obama D 51% Vice President  Joe Biden D DC  D.C. Council: Chairman Phil Mendelson D 72% D.C. Council: At-Large David Grasso I 21% Vincent Orange D 38% D.C. Council: Ward 2 Jack Evans D 97% D.C. Council: Ward 4 Muriel Bowser D 97% D.C. Council: Ward 7 Yvette […]

(Washington, DC)  —  There’s a close primary race of an at-large seat on DC Council.  With all precincts reporting, Democratic Councilmember Vincent Orange led Sekou Biddle 40-percent to 39-percent.  It’s not official, with absentee ballots to be counted next week.  Orange defeated Biddle last year in a special election.  In other council races, Marion Barry, Yvette […]