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    Greetings On Line Family by Todd Mangatal

This week we had the opportunity to witness something very exciting, which will be taking place in Washington DC for the next 9 weeks.  It's the Capital Star Talent Competition organized by One Heart Charities, Inc.  One Heart Charities is a new Organization that was created to help non-profit Organizations who are fighting financially to continue the Community Service Programs that are badly needed in our nation.  One Heart Charities is a promotion and marketing organization whose sole purpose is to raise funds for distribution to small non-profit organizations that are doing hands on work with our community residence who are most in need.  We at Arious Entertainment feel this is a great cause, and as many of you  who are regular readers of my weekly commentaries know I always talk about the Community and things happening in our community.  Many times I have ask if any of you had ideas that could help solve some of the problems in our community, and have asked you to please let us know what they were so that we could work together to build a better community.  I'm glad to share with you that the founder of this Organization (One Heart Charities) contacted us and discussed with us this exciting venture, which seemed like a great idea and something that is really needed for the Community, especially since we are always looking for ways to help the community and are also looking for new talent.  The Capital Star Competition is something we are really excited about, so of course we decided to give Ms. Samuels a 100% support with this event and with her Organization.

The Capital Star Competition is being held at Zanzibar on the Waterfront, 700 Water Street, SW. Wash. DC, which is a good location for an event like this.  This is a great opportunity to find and see some of the wonderful talent in the Washington Metropolitan area, and maybe if we find the right ones, we can help nurture them and take them to "higher heights".  What's exciting about the competition, is that all types of talent are being showcased, such as singers, comedians, poets, rappers, dancers, musicians, etc. and it's open to everyone above the age of 18, no matter what type of talent they have, (from rock to country.)  There is a $1,500 grand prize, and each week the 1st Place winner will receive $150.00 and there is also prizes for the 2nd and 3rd winners. 

I encourage each and everyone of you who are interested in supporting our community and like to be entertained, to please come out and support this exciting event.  Admission is only $5.00.  Doors open at 6:00 pm, and before the show begins at 8:00 pm you can have cocktails, network, and enjoy the sounds of SAM'O and JFC band.

This past Tuesday (the first week) was very nice, and the talent were really all great, which I knew was very difficult for the judges to pick the winners.  Last week Susan was a judge as well as Hollis "Flash" Lashley, and both indicated it was truly tough, I'm glad it was them and not me.  I got some nice footage for Arious TV, so those of you who missed the first week, we will be featuring some of the acts on Arious TV over the next few weeks.

Come out and hang out with us this Tuesday, we would love to meet new friends and see old ones.  Let me take a moment to feature the 3 winners.  Unfortunately, there was only room for 3 winners, but two artist that stood out was Lando Fields and Ryan Charity (Scrypture) who are both rappers and who has a lot of commercial potential.  They will be getting a 2nd chance though to do their thing again.

1st Place Winner - Pam Ward, Singer

A native of Washington DC, started singing gospel music in church.  She has done a lot of singing in groups and bands in the DC area.  She has performed at Constitution Hall, the Lincoln Theatre, the Apollo Theatre, Radio City Music Hall, and other venues up and down the East Coast. Pam branched into theater and acted in the stage play “Divided We fall", and she will be appearing soon in her next play “Lord I’m Coming Home".  Pam’s dynamic vocals have afforded her the opportunity to share the stage with great artists, such as Jennifer Holiday, Rahsaan Patterson, Regina Bell, and Patti LaBelle.  Pam hopes to one day become an unforgettable recording artist whom people can be inspired by…just as the artists she loves.  

Pam won with her dynamic vocals of Jennifer Holiday's "And I am telling you"

2nd Place Winner - Cire Jones, Singer Dancer

Cire has been a professional singer and dance in and out of the states for 28 years.  His voice is liquefied soul, with a dynamic stage appearance.  He has performed at Caeser’s Palace in Las Vegas, and a variety of spots in the DC area, New York City, Paris and Berlin to name a few.  He is a songwriter, as well as a performer.

Cire came in 2nd place with his fabulous dancing and singing of Usher's "Yeah".

3rd Place Winner: Christopher Fields, Poet

Tapping into the ambient energy of verbal expression Christopher assumed his true identity of the Poetry Man.  His style is a hybrid of the Church, the Classroom, and the Corner. He bends words to penetrate and overcome all barriers to effective communications.  The Poetry man does not recite his work; he lives, breathes, and bleeds Poetry.  His very soul is manifest each time he delivers the word.

 

 

  Miami Nice” by Susan Mangatal

Yes, traveling to Miami to take a little “breather” away from the everyday “rat race” was pretty nice.  We are always “on the low” during our annual trip to Miami for the Carnival, and we really are never interested in attending all the events, we just enjoy the beach, having breakfast, lunch, dinners and cocktails in Miami Beach and just love chilling, and from time to time even chilling with friends.  This year was no different, that’s exactly what we did.  Of course the beaches were beautiful, and the entire trip was great.

For the first time this year instead of stopping in Orlando to visit friends, we just passed through and headed straight to Miami, checked into our hotel, had dinner at a cozy restaurant in South Beach and passed through our favorite spot "Mangos" for drinks and to listen to the good reggae band that normally performs there.  On Saturday, our day was full doing tourist things, lunch, shopping, and due to the wonderful temperature (hot) we headed to the beach, since it was the best place to hang out and feel the refreshing cool breeze. 

After checking out the sunset in the Haulover Beach area, we headed to the International Caribbean Music Festival, which was held at Bicentennial Park, and the treatment we received from the producers of this show was “off the hook”.  Big up Chuck B, nuff respect, and thanks!!!!

We collected our passes and entered the event.  Rupee was just coming off the stage and was singing his hit “Jump”, so we thought we had missed a lot of acts.  Anyway, we settled in back stage and began checking out things, and the press was certainly “in effect” at this event.  We found our corner and began listening and watching Giselle “D' Wassi One” (one of the emcee’s) being playful with Rupee and doing a good job at announcing the acts.  

Apparently, we had really not missed too many artists.  I must say at this point, the stage was a masterpiece (actually one of the biggest I’ve seen in this area) and the sound was excellent.

Alison Hinds came on and did her thing and of course had the crowd “wining with her”, meanwhile backstage many of the artists such as Wayne Wonder, Red Rat, Voicemail, etc. were doing their thing with the interviews and being filmed and photographed.  We were doing our thing also, capturing the artists on film as well as on  photos.  A few other Soca artists came on and sang a few songs.  The next “up and coming” reggae artist that took the stage was Tami Chynn, and she really did a great job delivering her songs to the crowd, who seemed to love her performance.  Todd feels she's very marketable.  Once she got off stage she immediately came back stage to be interview and filmed/photographed by the press.  The show kept moving without long breaks in between.  The next major act on stage was Bunji Garlin who opened his performance with “fireeeeee”, and kept the crowd jumping throughout his set.  He made a comment on stage that made me believe he was not very happy about something, and he didn’t even come "back stage" to talk with anyone (he lost out there).  That seemed strange though, but he was enjoyable to me as he always is.

The next big artist was Machel Montano and for me it was really nice to see Machel perform on such a huge stage, whenever he is in DC he is always performing in closed, small environments/clubs (in my opinion.), and normally starts his show very late (in the early hours of the morning).  If you know Machel, then you know how energetic his performance is, this didn’t change, he had the crowd jumping, and the girls were screaming and seemed to be just loving him.  Patrice Roberts came on and performed her road March hit, and they did a good job as usual entertaining the crowd.

The other artists that took the stage was Wayne Wonder, Red Rat, Voice Mail who were all very good.  Unfortunately, we missed Cham (who I’m not sure performed) we might have missed him earlier, but we are sure we thought we saw him "back Stage".  By this time it was after 11:00 pm and we had a full day in the sun, and since we had seen Morgan Heritage and Sizzla recently we decided to leave early and get some rest before heading out to lime a little bit more, not to mention the full day ahead on Sunday at the Carnival.  

All in All this was a great show and probably the best event in Miami this Carnival weekend for what you got (since the tickets were only $25.00 in advance for so many great Soca and Reggae artists.)  If you are familiar with Bicentennial Park, then you know it holds approximately 40,000 or 50,000 people, and this event did not pull in that amount since there were so many other events taking place on this day in town this weekend.  Many people who come to Miami always supports their favorite event or promoter.  We feel if this event takes place next year, we strongly recommend that you check it out, you won't be disappointed!!!  Here is a 10 minute clip Todd put together of this show for Arious TV.  Click the TV Screen below to view.

Click Here to View Arious TV

  ARIOUS TV Features Highlights of the 2006 International Caribbean Music Festival, Miami Florida

 

On Sunday was Carnival day both in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale.  We had planned on attending the Ft. Lauderdale event, but at the last minute we decided to check out the Miami Carnival, not only because a good friend had his band/truck in the parade, but because I was interested in the logistics, set up and the fact that there was no charge, I just wanted to see how this was going to be done.  Well, the vendor set up was cool, the route was very long, which the masqueraders must have loved, and being free everyone loved it, and indeed came out.  After checking out all the bands and capturing some footage to share with you, we were heading over to Ft. Lauderdale, but on our way out about 5 blocks away from the actual parade route we ran into a "runaway band" the one that "Back To Basics" was playing on.  This band had veered off the parade route and must have had a 1000 masqueraders following their truck into the heart of downtown Miami.  This was an interesting sight.  We're not sure if the driver knew he had veered off the parade route, but we think none of the masqueraders knew they were not on the route since they were having such a good time.  It was funny and interesting seeing the police racing down the street and trying to disburse such a large crowd peacefully.  However, the DJs on the truck did a great job of calmly disbursing the crowd and pointing them back in the direction of where Carnival was being held.

Anyway, after getting past this truck we began heading to Ft. Lauderdale's Carnival, but received phone calls informing us that there was a 4 mile back-up entering the park this Carnival was being held at.  So we never made it there, but from all the reports, Ft. Lauderdale's Carnival was great!!!! Imagine it was great even though there was a small fee to enter the park and a fee to enter the actual event.  Clearly, South Florida can support 2 Carnivals.  

Todd has pulled a clip together featuring Miami Carnival below, so just click on the TV to view.

  ARIOUS TV Features Highlights of Miami Carnival 2006

 

After Carnival we went back to our hotel for a minute to chill and refresh ourselves before heading back to South Beach to check out DJ Andy Mix DC Link Up "After Carnival last lap Jam".  This event we really enjoyed, it was so nice and very relaxing, we even left for a little while and walked over to the beach and chilled on the sand listening to the waves and reminiscing with a friend from Orlando.  It seems everyone who hang out in DC was in the place, we felt at home away from home.  Good Job Andy Mix, as well as DJ's Smelly and DJ Shiloh.  We missed this event last year, but we just couldn't missed it this year, and we definitely will not miss it next year.  Look out for a brief video clip of this event on Arious TV next week.  We will also add some photos from the entire weekend on to our Photo Gallery next week.

 

Before we close, we urge you to check out JC Productions Charity Soccer Match.  This soccer match has many purposes (1) to unify the black community in the metropolitan area; (2) to promote culture and stateliness, and (3) to give a monetary contribute to health services offered in the DC area.  This match will be taking place this Saturday, October 21, 2006 @ 6:00 pm.  The Caribbean All Stars vs. The African All Stars will be competing at Howard University's Greene Stadium.  100% of the proceeds from this event will be donated to The Children's Hospital Foundation's Cancer & Blood Disorder Center.  Donation is $10.00.  Click Here To View E-mail Blast and to obtain more details!

 

 

To the Hillocks family we send our condolences on the loss of Mr. Ricky Hillocks.  

Remembering Alaric “Ricky” Hillock – by Cheryl Hillocks

My Dad Alaric “Ricky” Hillocks was a Pioneer in the Music Business here in Washington DC.  He was the proud owner of West Indian Record Mart from 1969 until a few years ago.  Back in the 60’s he began by running a booming Electronic Repair Business and he had Korean workers working under him, his business was very successful.  As electronics grew cheaper the demand for repairing them declined, and so did our business for a short time.  However, my Dad was a smart man and was proactive and didn’t let anything stop him, he began importing and selling exquisite exotic solid reggae tapes/albums/singles. He and his friends would traveling back and forth to Jamaica to supply the demand for the reggae music, and this is where my father started filling the demand for the flavor of Reggae music and Caribbean music in the Washington area.  His shop West Indian Record Mart became a place for people to meet and greet on a Saturday, and to pick up their favorite music at the same time. 

He produced several events in this area and they were infamous!   Back in the 70’s he started the Annual Reggae Festival in Malcolm X Park (I was only 5 then), and it brought an explosion of new culture.  I remember all the dreads attending this event and traveling from as far away as New York, Connecticut to experience this festival, which was packed with families, radio personalities, TV, Newspapers and the entire Caribbean Community.  It was such harmony at these festivals, for example families would watch out for each others kids (respectfully).  I fondly remember how nice this was and what an outstanding job he did (because he absolutely loved it).  My Dad Ricky Hillocks really played an important part in the growth of this Caribbean community and I honestly believe he deserves a medal for his contributions.  I am so very proud of him and proud to be his daughter.  I will miss him dearly and so will everyone in my family.

For those who would like to pay respects to my Dad the details are as follows: Viewing for the general public will take place on Friday, October 20th, from 6-9pm at Pope’s Funeral Home, 5538 Marlboro Pike, Forestville, Maryland.  The Masonic Services is from 9-10pm.  The Funeral Service takes place on Saturday, October 21st, from 11:00 am at New Bethel Baptist Church, 1739 9th Street, N.W., Washington DC 20011 (Viewing takes place at 10am-11am).  Repast at Most Worshipful King Solomon Grand Lodge, 2245 Rhode Island Avenue, N.E., Washington, DC 20018.

 

Until Next Week!

Have a safe and wonderful weekend!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Arious TV on "You Tube"
   

 

Shana Mangatal 

Shana is starring in - Topic's "Unconditional Love" video released after his death. 

  Click here to view and let us know what you think!!!

 

 

Regggo.jpg (22838 bytes) Raps Lidj and Deep Band

 You must have seen our ads throughout this year exposing Raps Lidj and his music Regg'go.  Click below to view Ras Lidj live in concert along with his band "Deep" as they perform at Cafe U-Turn.  Let us know your thoughts on Ras Lidj and Regg'go.  Click the button below or the Regg'go picture above to view.

 

S.T.O.R.M 

Featuring Monsoon and Lenny Kurleu

"Hola Hola" Music video

Check out S.T.O.R.M's newly released single "Hola Hola".  I'm glad many of you enjoyed it.  If you need any information about S.T.O.R.M, please feel free to hit me up.  Click on the TV Screen to view this video "Hola Hola"

 

 

We still have a few copies of the DC Caribbean Carnival 2006 DVD (2-hour DVD featuring the highlights of the 14th Annual DC Caribbean Carnival)  "A montage of The Sights and Sounds of DC Caribbean Carnival".  If you haven't gotten your copy, go ahead an get it now.  Click Here To View the Video Trailer, or the TV Screen below and to purchase follow the instructions below to pay  via paypal or to order via mail. 

Click to view video clip of DC Carnival Sight and Sounds DVD

"SEE THE SIGHTS...HEAR THE SOUNDS"

featuring

Pan Jam, DiManche Gras, The Parade, The Festival/Concert in the Park, plus a bonus behind the scene look of the Organizers of this major Caribbean event!

Cost - $20.00 & Shipping & Handling! 

 

You can also pay via money order or check, payable to Arious Entertainment.  Send your payment to: Arious Entertainment, P.O. Box 1568, Glen Burnie, Maryland 21060

 

 

 

 

 

Events taking place this weekend and during the upcoming week!
 

To View All Events Click Here to Enter our "Events Page Click Here to enter the "Events Page"

 

This Thursday, October 19, 2006 and Every Thursday

H STREET MARTINI LOUNGE
1236 H Street NE
 
 
FREE BEFORE 7:00 pm, $5 after 7--BAND STARTS at 7:00 pm
 
 

  Click Here to read article on Ras Lidj & The Deep Band: http://www.tmottgogo.com/rasuturnarticle.html

 

 

 

Washington DC

This Saturday, October 21, 2006

Click Here To View E-mail Blast and to obtain more details!

 

 

WASHINGTON DC

 

WHO WILL BE THE FIRST CAPITAL 

   STAR??

It Could be you 

This Tuesday, October 24, 2006

If you’ve missed your AMERICAN IDOL Opportunity - DON’T MISS THIS!!!!

Click To View Larger Image of Capital Star Flyer2006

ONE HEART CHARITIES is in search of THE GREATEST TALENT IN THE DC METROPOLITAN AREA

We are accepting applications for contestants. We are limited to 200 entries, so please apply early by calling 703-405-7061, or e-mail oneheartcharity@aol.com

REGISTRATION FEE -- $50.00

• Includes Entry into all Capital Star Competitions and after parties
• Benefits One Heart Charities – which provides supplemental funding for small  non-profit organizations doing the REAL work for the betterment of all of us.
• Includes VIP rates for five of your friends – For $5.00 your ten friends can enter all of the preliminary round shows– the more applause you have the better your chances!
• Includes judging and critique by area talent agents, producers and studio owners
• All genres accepted – R&B, Hip Hop, rap, go-go, jazz, gospel, reggae, soca, calypso, latin, salsa, country western, comedy, poetry – Anything goes!!!!!
• Must be over 18 to enter – NO MAXIMUM AGE LIMIT!!!!
• Seasoned singers are welcome to show the young ones how it’s done!
• Weekly cash prizes

GRAND PRIZE -   $1,500, 10 hours free studio time, and plenty of gift Certificates
SECOND PRIZE - $750, 2 hours free studio time, and plenty of gift certificates
THIRD PRIZE -    $500, and plenty of gift certificates

This Event is being  Held At:         

700 Water  Street, Washington, DC

 

 

200 CONTESTANTS ONLY!

25 CONTESTANTS PER WEEK       FOR 8 WEEKS   
Top 4 go to next round:              3 Prizes $150  1st prize
                                                         $100  2nd prize
                                                         $  50  3rd prize

JANUARY 16, 2007 - SEMI-FINALS BEGIN 

32 CONTESTANTS FOR TWO WEEKS
Top 12 go to finals                    3 Prizes  $200  1st prize
                                                         $150  2nd prize
                                                         $100  3rd prize

JANUARY 30, 2007 - GRAND FINALE - AND CELEBRATION PARTY 
12 CONTESTANTS

1st Prize -- $1,500 cash prize
10 hours studio time
1 week vacation any place in the United States
Radio Interviews – Plus Added Prizes

2nd Prize - $750 cash prize
10 hours studio time –
Shopping Certificates, Party Certificates, Dinner Certificates

3rd Prize - $500 cash prize
Party and Dinner Certificates

All proceeds to benefit One Heart Charities.
(Generating Oneness in Diversity)
Raising funds so that non-profit agencies can continue much-needed work.

 

To View Capital Star Stand Alone E-mail Blast Click Here!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Events coming up!
 

To View All Events Click Here to Enter our "Events Page Click Here to enter the "Events Page"

 

New York

October 28, 2006

Immigration & Information Forum

                 Caribbean American Center of New York (CACNY)

CACNY INVITES YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ITS  FREE DAY OF INFORMATION

1:00 pm to 7:00pm (2 sessions--1pm to 3:30 & 4 to 7pm)

CACNY Office

Brooklyn War Memorial Building (off Tillary at Clark Street)

195 Cadman Plaza West, Brooklyn,  NY 11201      

  195 Cadman Plaza West is in Cadman Plaza Park (downtown Brooklyn -Clark & Tillary Streets) Take the A or C train to High St, Brooklyn Bridge or the  2 or 3 train to Clark St.  By Bus - B25, B26, B41, B38 & B52 to Tillary Street.  Walk 1 Block to Clark St. - on Cadman Plaza West.

To Reserve a seat, call: 718-625-1515 & 718-625-7355 or Email: jpa3697@aol.com

Click Here to enter "Events" Page for all Details

 

 

 

WASHINGTON DC

WHO WILL BE THE FIRST CAPITAL 

   STAR??

It Could be you 

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

If you’ve missed your AMERICAN IDOL Opportunity - DON’T MISS THIS!!!!

Click To View Larger Image of Capital Star Flyer2006

ONE HEART CHARITIES is in search of THE GREATEST TALENT IN THE DC METROPOLITAN AREA

We are now accepting applications for contestants. We are limited to 200 entries, so please apply early by calling 703-405-7061, or e-mail oneheartcharity@aol.com

REGISTRATION FEE -- $50.00

• Includes Entry into all Capital Star Competitions and after parties
• Benefits One Heart Charities – which provides supplemental funding for small  non-profit organizations doing the REAL work for the betterment of all of us.
• Includes VIP rates for five of your friends – For $5.00 your ten friends can enter all of the preliminary round shows– the more applause you have the better your chances!
• Includes judging and critique by area talent agents, producers and studio owners
• All genres accepted – R&B, Hip Hop, rap, go-go, jazz, gospel, reggae, soca, calypso, latin, salsa, country western, comedy, poetry – Anything goes!!!!!
• Must be over 18 to enter – NO MAXIMUM AGE LIMIT!!!!
• Seasoned singers are welcome to show the young ones how it’s done!
• Weekly cash prizes

GRAND PRIZE -   $1,500, 10 hours free studio time, and plenty of gift Certificates
SECOND PRIZE - $750, 2 hours free studio time, and plenty of gift certificates
THIRD PRIZE -    $500, and plenty of gift certificates

This Event is being  Held At:         

700 Water  Street, Washington, DC

 

 

200 CONTESTANTS ONLY!

25 CONTESTANTS PER WEEK       FOR 8 WEEKS   
Top 4 go to next round:              3 Prizes $150  1st prize
                                                         $100  2nd prize
                                                         $  50  3rd prize

JANUARY 16, 2007 - SEMI-FINALS BEGIN 

32 CONTESTANTS FOR TWO WEEKS
Top 12 go to finals                    3 Prizes  $200  1st prize
                                                         $150  2nd prize
                                                         $100  3rd prize

JANUARY 30, 2007 - GRAND FINALE - AND CELEBRATION PARTY 
12 CONTESTANTS

1st Prize -- $1,500 cash prize
10 hours studio time
1 week vacation any place in the United States
Radio Interviews – Plus Added Prizes

2nd Prize - $750 cash prize
10 hours studio time –
Shopping Certificates, Party Certificates, Dinner Certificates

3rd Prize - $500 cash prize
Party and Dinner Certificates


All proceeds to benefit One Heart Charities.
(Generating Oneness in Diversity)
Raising funds so that non-profit agencies can continue much-needed work.

To View Capital Star Stand Alone E-mail Blast Click Here!!!!

 

 

 

Thursday, November 2, 2006 and Every Thursday

H STREET MARTINI LOUNGE
1236 H Street NE
 
 
FREE BEFORE 7:00 pm, $5 after 7--BAND STARTS at 7:00 pm
 
 

  Click Here to read article on Ras Lidj & The Deep Band: http://www.tmottgogo.com/rasuturnarticle.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

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