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Greetings On Line Family

 

Happy 

 

&

Happy 44th Independence  Trinidad & Tobago

 

I just want to thank the many among our on-line family for their support, their kind words and love.  To the folks from the community who have stopped me in the streets and at events and have shown me so much love, I sincerely do appreciate it and you.   Together there is no doubt we can build a strong and respected community!!!

On Thursday, August 31st, 2006, Trinidad and Tobago celebrated it's 44th Independence.  The Trinidad and Tobago Embassy here in Washington DC has been hosting several cultural events during this past week.  Artist Shalini Seereram exhibited at the Embassy for several days, and last Sunday, August 26, 2006, The National Steel Orchestra performed at the National Aquarium at Baltimore's Waterfront (Inner Harbor).  

The Embassy also hosted a reception on Monday, August 28, 2006, a cultural evening at the OAS headquarters with David Rudder, and the Celebrations continued on August 29th with David Rudder in concert along with pannist Dane Gulston at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Millennium Stage.  I attended this event and it was very nice, it was also nice to see so many folks from our on-line community in attendance as well.  I even met people who traveled as far as from Richmond Va. to attend this event, so people came from near and far for these celebrations.

 All the festivities concludes on September 2nd with a benefit concert at the Embassy of France featuring tenor soloist of the Lydiaan Singers, Eddie Cumberbatch.  See details below.

Washington DC - The steering committee consisting of Dr. Acklyn Lynch, Mr. Stephen Matthews, Dr. Melodie Toby and Mr. Michael Matthews appointed by Her Excellency, the Honorable Marina A. Valère, Trinidad & Tobago’s Ambassador to the United States, is seeking cash or in-kind support for a benefit concert to be held on Saturday, September 2, 2006 in celebration of the 44th Anniversary of Trinidad and Tobago’s Independence. All proceeds will go to Love in Action and the Torres Foundation for the Blind, two non-profit organizations dedicated to raising funds to meet the needs of school children and the visually impaired in Trinidad and Tobago. The event which will be held at La Maison Française at the French Embassy in Washington, DC, will showcase three renowned nationals of Trinidad and Tobago, and will be held under the patronage of the Ambassador.

Our aim is to generate funds for the selected non-profit organizations. Your assistance and the support of others will help to defray the many expenses incurred in staging the event. These include the cost of venue, a pre-concert reception for patrons of the event; travel, hotel and meals for the artistes, printing of programs, tickets and promotional material. In addition, contributions of $ 300 or more in cash or in kind will receive an invitation to attend the reception hosted by the Ambassador. The auditorium can accommodate three hundred guests and the minimum donation requested is $ 50 per person for each event.

Patrons will be entitled to attend the pre-concert reception, receive special seating at the concert, and will be listed prominently in the Program credits, the souvenir journal, and a DVD of the event. This second annual Concert Series will be the culmination of a week long celebration of Trinidad and Tobago’s independence to be officially celebrated on August 31. It will be yet another aspect of the range and excellence of talent that is the hallmark of all that Trinidad and Tobago offers.

We look forward to your support.  The Steering Committee (301)576-0683

 

New York City Celebration of Trinidad and Tobago's 44th Independence-August 31st

New York City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn along with Caribbean-American Councilmembers Dr. Kendall B. Stewart, Leroy Comrie, Yvette D. Clarke, Chair, Committee and the New York City Council Black, Latino and Asian Caucus, will join in celebrating the island's 44th Independence at Council Chambers, City Hall

Several nationals of Trinidad and Tobago are slated to receive New York City Council proclamations for their contribution to the heritage and culture of New York City.

In extolling the anniversary, T&T's Consul General To NY, Dr. Harold Robertson, urged for "renewed dedication to nation building, commitment to discipline, productive pursuits, placement of national interest above self interest and the restitution of the family unit as the bedrock of our society."
And he added, "Every national, whether residing at home or abroad, has a responsibility to work towards the upliftment of Trinidad & Tobago."
Prime Minister Patrick Manning in a message directed to North American-based Trinis, called for nationals to "... remember always the important words of our national anthem which stress the unity of our country in which every creed and race find an equal place."  And he urged them to continue to play a part in the country's development, "given the accelerated growth and development currently taking place ... (and the) new and exciting opportunities (that) are emerging for the establishment and development of additional, international linkages in the domains of business, culture and industry."

  

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Todd Mangatal

We at Arious would like to say to our good friend Tony S. Carr who is one of our Caribbean Radio Personalities here in Washington DC.  His Caribbean radio program can be heard on WPFW 89.3 FM Thursday nights beginning at 10:00 pm, and you can check out his website www.dccaribbeanconnection.com .  Mr. Carr will be honored in October for his Excellent Service at Excelsior High School.  The Excelsior Fraternity celebrates their 75th Anniversary this year of the founding of Excelsior High School, the Excelsior Alumni Association (USA) Inc. will honor Mr. Carr (one of its illustrious members) along with 2 other illustrious members of the Excelsior Community.

The awardees will be recognized at the 37th anniversary Dinner/Dance and Awards function, Saturday October 14, 2006 at the Ramada Plaza at JFK, Queens, NY, in their roles as distinguished alumni and for their seminal contribution to Excelsior’s well-earned reputation for excellence. See the details below:

Anthony (Tony) Carr (Distinguished Service Award) is regarded in many quarters as the Father of Excelsior Athletics, who shepherded Excelsior’s reputation as High School track & Field power-a reputation forged on an era of sustained brilliance.

Tony first started coaching at Excelsior in 1964, a sojourn that coincided with a meteoric rise in the fortunes of Excelsior Track and Field team at Boys’ Champs.  In just his first year at the helm, Excelsior was able to move from 16th place to 8th place in the standings.

The subsequent years marked an era of sustained brilliance marked a dogged run at the overall championship. The Tony Carr Years saw 3rd placing in 1965 and 1966; and close 2nd place finishes in 167, 1968 and 1969.

Tony’s career at Excelsior was highlighted by the development of a number of athletes who went on to represent Jamaica at the Olympics and other international competition. These athletes included Neville Myton, Errol Stewart, Garth Case, Richard Harware, Leighton Young, Hewitt Depass, Desmond Shakespeare, among others.

During the Carr Years at Excelsior dominated the sprint relays at Boys Champs during the sixties and became the second Jamaican High School to win at the All Championship of America Final at the Annual Penn Relays Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Excelsior athletes earned an average of 4-6 scholarships annually to major American Universities compared to the 1-2 that earned annually by the school that was the perennial champions.

Anthony Carr is the host of a popular radio program in Washington, DC.  

 

 

Click Here for Mr. Anthony (Tony) Carr's Bio

 

 

For the other honorees click the following link:  http://www.xlcralumni.com/honorees2006.htm 

 

DaSoulsFront06.jpg (387813 bytes)This week starting on September 5, 2006 through September 10, 2005, Washington will be exposed to something new, something many have never before experienced,  live - Krump Dancing.  The Adinkra proudly presents an unforgettable week of community events called "Da Souls of Black Folk" featuring the world's best Krump dancers, the KRUMP KINGS.  Youth in the nation's capitol will have an exciting opportunity to channel their energy in a healthy and positive direction through discovering and exploring the expressive art of "Krumping".  Each event is designed to introduce alternative means to violence through music and dance.  Also featured during the week is FARAFINA KAN a local West African percussion orchestra whose mission is to help young people find purpose and overcome societal obstacles by connecting with the spirit of their enriched African legacy through drum and dance.  You will find all the details listed below under "This Weekend Events".

 

 

We would like to send Get Well Wishes to John Blake, host of Caribbean Experience - Every Saturday beginning at midnight on Howard University's WHUR 96.3 FM

 

 

NOW SHOWING ON ARIOUS TV

 

ShanaMangatalFB4.21.06.3.JPG (63288 bytes)  This week I would like to share with you a video my sister Shana Mangatal starred in - Tupac's "Unconditional Love" released after his death. 

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

 

 

Regggo.jpg (22838 bytes)  You must have seen our ads throughout this year exposing Ras 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.

 

 

Thanks for all the feedback on S.T.O.R.M's video for there 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 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

 

 

 

Until Next Week!

Have a safe and wonderful weekend!!!

 

 

This Weekend Events and the Upcoming Week Events
 

The West Indian-American Day Carnival Association 

Celebrates it's 39th Anniversary

of New York Carnival 2006

August 31st - September 4, 2006

The Parade takes place on Monday, September 4, 2006.  For all the festivities and details log on to www.wiadca.org or www.wiadca.com.

WIADCA - The Official Website of The West Indian American Day Carnival Association


 

 

 

FOLK FESTIVAL 2006
A DAY OF FAMILY FUN
CELEBRATING OUR CARIBBEAN HERITAGE

Guyana FOLK FESTIVAL FAMILY DAY 2006
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2006
MEYER LEVIN SCHOOL GROUNDS
5909 BEVERLY ROAD, BROOKLYN, NY 11203
(ENTRANCE ON RALPH AVENUE, BETWEEN BEVERLY & TILDEN)
11.00 A.M. - 8.00 P.M.
A FULL DAY OF CULTURE,
& FAMILY FUN AT THIS YEAR'S GUYANA FOLK FESTIVAL!
EXCITING "YOUTH FOLK-FEST" ADDED
TO FOLK FESTIVAL 2006 PROGRAM


A new dimention has been added to Folk Festival 2006
with the introduction of a "Youth Folk Festival." Starting from 11.00 a.m. until 2.00 p.m. Guyanese kids will join with others from Canada, Trinidad & Tobago, and other Caribbean islands as they showcase their talent, learn Folk Games and make Folk Toys, all while learning about....Click to read more and for all the details!!!

 

September 5 - September 10, 2006

The Adinkra Group

Presents

Da Souls of Black Folk

"STOP THE VIOLENCE AND DANCE"

What:   Krump/African Dance Workshop
When:  Tuesday, September 5, 2006 from 7pm – 10 pm
Where: Howard University-Blackburn Center West Ballroom
Click to purchase tickets for DC Krump/African Dance Workshop

What:   Krump/African Dance Workshop
When:  Wednesday,  September 6, 2006 from 7pm – 10 pm
Where: Morgan State University-McKeldin Center
              Alice Parham Ballroom
Click to purchase tickets for Baltimore Krump/African Dance Workshop

When:  Thursday, September 7, 2006 from 12 pm – 3 pm
What:   Panel Discussion:  Black Dance, Non-Violence & Community
Where: Howard University Blackburn Center Art Gallery

When:  Friday, September 8, 2006 - 7:30 pm
What:   The Healing Circle Concert - Farafina Kan & Krump Kings
A montage of the African American experience through an exhilarating combination of traditional and urban music and dance on stage.
Where: Cramton Auditorium - Howard University
Tickets available at Ticketmaster.com and Ticketmaster locations

When:  Saturday, September 9, 2006
What:   Stop the Violence & Dance Showcase
Where: Washington, DC - TBA

Da Souls of Black Folk - The Adinkra Group

For more details check out www.theadinkragroup.com and click flyer below for large view.

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Cynthia McKinney Presents Hip-Hop Forum at Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference
By Chris Richburg
Date: 8/29/2006


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Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney (D-GA) will host a Hip-Hop forum at this year's Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference.

The Hip-Hop Powershop, scheduled for Sept. 7, will feature a panel that will discuss gang summits and industry manipulation of the true message and meaning of Hip-Hop artists.

Panelists include DC Hip-Hop artists Asheru and Head-Roc as well as Rev. Yearwood (Hip-Hop Caucus), Jared Ball (University of Maryland, Hip-Hop historian, Blackademics on WPFW), Lisa Frager (Industry Ears, Hip-Hop media expert) and former Crips and Gangster Disciple gangmembers.

The event is one of a series "braintrust forums" McKinney will host that will examine critical current issues facing African-Americans and the entire country.

Other forums will address past victims of COINTELPRO abuses, and their renewal in many forms since 9/11 as well as discuss the award-winning films American Blackout and Sir! No Sir!

American Blackout documents Black voter disenfranchisement and voter fraud in national and local elections, while Sir! No Sir! Looks at the hidden history of GI and veteran resistance that ended the war in Vietnam.

An outspoken critic of the Bush Administration, McKinney spearheaded a national investigation into the 2000 election voting irregularities.

Last year, she introduced House Resolution 4210, a new bill that calls for the United States government to release all documents it has collected on slain rapper Tupac Shakur.

HR 4210 calls for "the creation of the Tupac Amaru Shakur Records Collection at the National Archives; and a second repository at the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts in Stone Mountain, Georgia."

The Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference will be Sept. 6 through 9 at the Washington Convention Center, 801 Mt Vernon Pl., NW.

The following is a schedule of events and list of participating panelists:

The New COINTELPRO
Sept. 7, 1 p.m. - 2:50 p.m., Room 143 C
Panelists: Lillie Coney, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Eddie
Conway, COINTELPRO victim, Bill Goodman, Center for Constitutional
Rights, Dick Gregory, COINTELPRO victim, activist, author of Callus on
My Soul
, Tom Devine, Government Accountability Office, Kate Martin,
Center on National Security Studies, J.E. McNeil, Center on Conscience and War, Chuck Michaels, ACLU Baltimore, MD, author of No Greater Threat, Patrick Radden Keefe, author of Chatter

Hip-Hop Powershop
Sept. 7, 4:00 p.m. - 5:50 p.m., Room 144 BC
Panelists: Rev. Yearwood, Hip Hop Caucus, Jared Ball, University of
Maryland, Hip Hop historian, Blackademics on WPFW, Crown, a Y.G. from Harlem Crips, Lisa Frager, Industry Ears, Hip Hop media expert, Asheru, DC Hip Hop artist, educator, G$, formerly Gangster Disciple Nation, Head-Roc, Mayor of DC Hip Hop - performing

American Blackout
September 9, 11 a.m. - 12:50 p.m., Room 144 A
Moderator: Cedric Muhammad, BlackElectorate.com
Panelists: Rep. Cynthia McKinney, Ian Inaba, director, Steven Freeman and Joel Bleifuss, co-authors of Was the 2004 Presidential Election Stolen?

Sir! No Sir!
Sept. 9, 2006, 2 p.m. - 3:50 p.m., 144 A
Moderator: Cedric Muhammad, BlackElectorate.com
Panelists: Sgt. Kevin Benderman, Gulf War veteran, Iraq war objector,
Monica Benderman, military family member, David Cline, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, in the film, Greg Payton, Vietnam Veteran, in the film, Demond Mullins, Iraq veteran, The Ground Truth film and Garrett Reppenhagen, Iraq Veterans Against the War.

 

 

 

Upcoming Events
   

Sept 8 - 10th 2006, Druid Hill Park

CARIBBEAN CARNIVAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (CCDC)

dE oRiGiNaL BaLtImOrE cArNiVaL eXtRaVaNgAnZa

Vending Opportunities are still available, so call Mark Kendal at 410-245-0200

 

END OF SUMMER JAM

“IT’S JUST A FETE”

in support of the

CARIBBEAN STUDENTS SCHOLARSHIP FUND

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2006

9:00 PM —2:00 AM

THE CLUB at Andrews Air Force Base

(Main Entrance off Allentown Road)

Music by Bobby’s Music Machine & DJ Brian  

Donation: $20 in advance / $25 @ the door - ID REQUIRED - Cash Bar - Hors d’oeuvres

For Information contact:

Winfield St. Hill: 301-523-1787; Deanne Samuels: 301-499-3158; Ryan Bascombe: 301-221-7788; St Clair Wyre: 301-873-4011 ; Annette Achille: 301-879-8449                             

Hosted by T&T Working Women’s Committee & West Indian American Military Members Association

 

 

 

Friday September 15 thru Sunday September  17, 2006

LA PAZ, inc. with WORLD MUSIC, inc

Proudly present

Mexican Independence Day Celebration

on the green across from Wendy’s in Bridgeton, New Jersey

FEATURING OUR

MISS MEXICO and LITTLE MISS CHIQUITITA MEXICO of  Southern New Jersey Pageant

If you know a young woman between the ages of  15 to 22, You may already know our next “Miss Mexico”

Candidates must be: 15 to 21 years of age; bilingual; of Mexican Heritage; attending school or working, and be a resident of South Jersey

Little Miss Chiquitita Mexico must be 3 to 5 years of age and be a resident of Southern New JerseyA plus if she is able to speak in front of a group

  Prize include:  $500.00 Cash Certificate; Framed Winners’ Certificate; Gift Basket from local merchants and stores; All expense paid tour of Historical Philadelphia Which includes dinner at one of Philly’s finest Mexican Restaurants Full color 81/2X11” portrait and much more!

Little Miss Chiquitita Mexico, will enjoy watching a play with her princesses , Dinner, gift basket form local merchants and stores, full color 81/2X11” portrait, $300 Cash Certificate

Questions and  Information about the event Call 856-451-8663 or cell: 302-250-7563

Registrations forms available at your local community grocery stores , Or stop by or call La National Money Transferring Store at 65 E. Commerce Street in Bridgeton 856-459-3900

 

SEPTEMBER 19, 2006
Sunset Films 
International Movie 
"NEVER A BRIGHT DAY"
Will open to the public!!!
PLACE: Crampton Auditoriu
Howard University
DATE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2006
TIME: 7:00PM

Info: 301.891.4900  - Sunset Films
        202.806.7194 - Box Office

 

SAT


  &


SUN

3rd Annual Las Vegas

Legends of Rasta Reggae Festival


September 23rd & 24th 2006
Formally The Annual Bob Marley Festival Tour

Noon

TO

10

pm

Location: Clark County Government Center Amphitheater, 500 S. Grand Central Pkwy Las Vegas, NV 89106, (from the Airport take I-215 W toward Las Vegas/Los Angeles/Salt Lake City, I-15 N via EXIT 10 toward Las Vegas, Take the Charleston Blvd. East exit- EXIT 41A. onto W Charleston Blvd./NV, turn Left onto S Grand Central Pkwy. Takes about 13 minutes)
Ticketmaster Outlets including Smith's Food & Drugs, Robinson's May, and Tower Records. Tickets are also available on the Internet at www.Ticketmaster.com and http://www.LegendsofRastaReggaeFestival.com or 702-474-4000. In the spirit of Reggae Music, Universal Love, Peace & Unity, Fans can get from Noon to 2:00 PM, first 400 for a $5 cash donation or $8 in nonperishable food.

 

September 24, 2006

 Miss Trinidad & Tobago New York.

The Miss Trinidad and Tobago New York takes place at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Haft Auditorium, West 27th Street at Seventh Avenue, in Manhattan, set to begin at 7:00 pm.  A dozen young women will be competing for the title.

This year - the 10th year, founder Renee Cummings will pay special tribute to the work of T&T born master hair weaver Clem Lue Yat who will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award along with legendary T&T queen maker Jacqui Koon of the famed House of Jacqui Modeling Agency.

Miss Trinidad & Tobago New York, says Cummings, is celebrated not as a beauty pageant but as a developmental program for young women of Trinidad & Tobago heritage living in New York. The T&T-born Cummings has spent the last decade branding the pageant, adding, "There is nothing more beautiful than an educated woman."  And she has strived to redefine the word beauty. "There is this big myth that beauty comes in a particular, shape, size, and hue but not at Miss Trinidad & Tobago New York," said Cummings. "We embrace diversity and encourage difference. We do not look for generic or archaic cookie-cutter images of beauty. We look for real women with a real contribution to make," Cummings added.

For a preview of this year's line up log on to http://www.missttny.com.Tickets for the show are $40 in advance.
Or you can catch a live preview on Saturday, September 9th aboard the Sheryll Princess cruise from Emmons Avenue in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn from 7 P.M. Tickets for the ride is $45 with a free buffet but cash bar. Music will be by DJ Spice and Third Base.Tickets for theboat ride andthe showcan be purchased either by calling 212-340-1334 or emailing: tickets@missttny.com.

 

 

Brooklyn, New York

Support New York Council Woman Yvette Clarke as she runs for Congress - the 11th Congressional District Seat.  Victory to Ms. Clarke's  on September 12th.

Dear Friend,

I am New York City Councilmember Yvette Clarke and I am running for Congress because the communities I represent are being harmed by the mean-spirited leadership in power in Washington. An independent voice from Brooklyn is long overdue. I will not stand by while the vast majority of central Brooklyn residents remain marginalized by the policymakers who impact on our lives.

Let's Work Together . . .

We must expand access to healthcare, not reduce it. We must stand up for new Americans, not criminalize them or criminalize those who help them. We should put our money where our mouth is on education, and make sure our children have top- notch schools. We must protect a woman’s fundamental right to make decisions about her own body, and expand her opportunities to care for herself and her family. We must assure that economic opportunities are inclusive, because our diverse communities must grow together, or our vast potential will not be realized.

Now I really need your support . . .

Yvette Clarke for Congress  For more details on The campaign, the web site is www.voteyvette.com 

 


 

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Birthdays, Big Ups and Congrats!!!!!
 

 

Special Birthday Greetings to DJ Moe

 

Happy Belated Birthday Greetings to: 

Celia, Carolyn, DJ Spyda, Euton

and IS

 

 

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