Magic Johnson headlined a World AIDS Day panel event to raise awareness at the Apollo Theater.
Former National Basketball Association star Magic Johnson recently told Anderson Cooper that he is Christian but that he also supports his openly gay son.
As if many did not consider Chris Paul one of the best point guards of all time, he recently broke Magic Johnson’s consecutive double-double streak to start a season. This season Paul not only looks like the best point guard in the league,...Show More Summary
When he was just 19 years old, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, a basketball star at Michigan State University, was signed by the Los Angeles Lakers. During his professional career, Magic would lead his team to five NBA championships. Watch as he
The poet Ronald Johnson rather infamously referred to San Francisco as Oz, the Emerald City. He freely intermingled his love of Frank L. Baum's novels about the magical realm with his poeticized vision of the real city in which he.....
The basketball legend discussed HIV and his gay son with Anderson Cooper read more
Washington Post reporter Philip Rucker sympathetically noted that a "battered" President Obama "grew introspective" on his West Coast fundraising tour for Democrats. At NBA legend Magic Johnson's house, Obama said he talked with David Remnick, the editor of The New Yorker, who's traveling with the president. Show More Summary
Magic Johnson is set to tell even more of his story. The former Los Angeles Lakers superstar will appear on an episode of Oprah's Next Chapter Sunday, Dec. 1. During the show, which happens to be airing on World AIDS Day, he'll giveShow More Summary
Oprah Winfrey sits down with Earvin “Magic” Johnson on an all-new episode of “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” airing this Sunday, December 1 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
During a half-hour stop this evening at the Beverly Hilton before heading up the canyon to Magic Johnson's home, President Obama met with the family of Gerardo Hernandez, the TSA officer who was killed during this month's shooting at LAX. The President also met with two TSA officers who were wounded.
Los Angeles Clippers and former Duke basketball player J.J. Redick, who reportedly signed an abortion contract with his former girlfriend in 2007, attended a fundraiser for President Barack Obama at the home of Magic Johnson on Monday. Show More Summary
UPDATED: Obama arrived in Beverly Hills Monday evening for the first of several fundraisers expected to net more than $3 million for the Democratic Party. Barack Obama arrived in Beverly Hills Monday evening for a fundraiser at Magic...Show More Summary
Basketball legend and entrepreneur Earvin "Magic" Johnson collaborated with OraSure Technologies and the Reed For Hope Foundation on Tuesday to present "life. as we know it," a forum about HIV and healthy relationships within the African-American community. Show More Summary
Ben Johnson and Devon Guthrie (c) Robbie Jack The premiere of Simon McBurney's production of Mozart's Magic Flute was reviewed on this blog by Hilary. I caught the production for the first time last night (22 November). Gergely Madaras,...Show More Summary
At midnight on Friday morning, Pharrell Williams debuted his 24-hour long music video for “Happy.” The interactive video features celebrities — like Steve Carrell, Magic Johnson, Jimmy Kimmel, and, of course, Pharrell Williams — dancing and lip-syncing the song, which plays on a four-minute loop. Users can fast forward or rewind to see different sections [...]
President Obama is finally making up for the September trip he cancelled and will attend fundraisers next week at three homes, including Magic Johnson's, and speak at the DreamWorks campus in Glendale.
Chris Paul just can't be stopped. After dropping 20 points and 11 assists against the Minnesota Timberwolves in the Los Angeles Clippers' four-point victory, CP3 has officially surpassed Magic Johnson. He's recorded at least 10 points...Show More Summary
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Magic Johnson. Kobe Bryant. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Wilt Chamberlain. Elgin Baylor. George Mikan. Shaquille O'Neal. The list of legends who have played for the Los Angeles Lakers just goes on and on...and on and on. But that doesn't stop...Show More Summary