A Free Ode to the Bayou City: 713 Magazine's 713 Day Recap

Written by Greg Harris // Photos by Laudis

As much as the culture is vital to the structure of Houston, so is the press that document the history over time. Houston has always held it’s pride high when it comes to honoring those who come before us, and the tradition continues with more publications paying their odes to the Bayou City. Among some of the grassroots mags + blogs that have sprouted such as MUD Magazine, Houston Hip Hop Fix, Day and a Dream, and more have shined a spotlight on the rising talent and grown with them as well. Among the list, one has to include 713 Magazine because of their dedication to press the city’s envelope with their events and coverage. 

They have put an electrified feeling into the city’s emerging youth and differentiated themselves from the pack from broadcasting the locals while exposing their brand on a nationwide scale. As they continue to push forth the magazine to new heights, they brought the city of Houston together for their “713 Day” event featuring the likes of Maxo Kream, Jon Rambo, Foe Gang, Chief Aleel, and YK at the Houston Food Bank. This collaborative event was one for the books and you can dive right into the recap below.

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