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  Susan Mangatal

Greetings On-Line Family

Hope all of you had a wonderful week and is looking forward to this weekend as we are.  Nothing really is taking place except for Soca Star Machal Montano's big concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City tomorrow along with Collie Buddz and Shaggy (who was recently added).   I know the first show was sold out, but not sure if the 2nd is.  How exciting to know the first show was sold out...Good going Machel!!!!  Happy 25th Anniversary from all of us here at Arious Entertainment.

We are so very pleased with your response to our Fashion Corporate partners for both ladies and gentlemen, as well as gifts.  Most importantly we are happy to be able to create a safe portal to on-line shopping for all your entertainment, travel, and personal needs.  Please continue utilizing/using and supporting all that we offer through our partners.   

This past week we also spent some time on re-designing our "Arious TV", so check it out.  We still have a few things to add, but it is a bit more user friendly.

Normally we receive lots of correspondence from many on our on-line family, but this week we received one that we felt we needed to share with you.  Many of you may have already received this through the forwarding by your friends, etc., so if you have and you have read it, then you know this is one that must be shared and passed on.  The message is (1) inspirational, (2) truly has meaning,   (3) really is what Todd and I are very concerned about and (4) what Todd constantly talks and "preaches about".  

To Mr. Diallo Sumbry, thanks for passing it on,..it is truly "deep"

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"A friend of mine came to my dorm room just to chat while her laundry was drying. As we were chatting, two young freshmen came by. One of the boys wanted to "talk" to my friend (as in date). She asked him how old they were, and both of the boys replied 18. My friend and I both laughed hysterically because we are both 22 years old. After my friend left, the young men were still hanging around and one wanted to know how he could gain her interest.
The first thing I told him to do was to pull up his pants. He asked why, then said he like 'saggin' his pants. I told him to come over to my computer and spell the word 'saggin'. Then I told him to write the word 'saggin' backwards.
I told him the origin of that look was from prison.  The reason their pants looked like that was because they were not allowed to have belts because prisoners were likely to try to commit suicide. And also if their pants were 'saggin' under their butts that meant the man is available for sex!!!!
We as young black people have to be the ones to effect change. We are dying. The media has made a mockery of the Black American. Even our brothers and sisters from Africa don't take us seriously.
Something as simple as pulling up your pants and standing with your head high could make the biggest difference in the world’s perception of us. It is time to do right by ourselves. We need to love and embrace each other. No one is going to do it for us.
It all comes down to perception. What people perceive is what reality to them is. We have to change not only the media's perception of us, but we need to change our perception of ourselves. Remember all eyes are on you Black Man. All eyes are on you Black Woman. All eyes are on you Black Child. People are waiting for us to mess up. We have let not only the media, but the government and the world taint the pure essence of us.  They have stripped our culture down to the point where we only believe we can become rappers and athletes. We are so much more.

To all my Black men:
Its time to stand up. There are billions of Black Women who want to do nothing more than worship the ground that you walk on. We are so in love with your potential. We want to have your back, we want to love, support and cherish every ounce of your being. But with that you have to show that you are willing to be the head of our households. You have to prove yourselves worthy of our submission. We need you to be hard working...Not a hustler. We need you to seek higher education, to seek spirituality. We need you to stand! And trust us; we will have your back. We know that it gets hard, we know you get weary. Trust and believe that there is nothing that a Black Woman and a Black Man can't handle with God on their sides.

To all my Black Women:
It is also time for us to stand up. It is time for us to stop using our bodies as our primary form of communication. It is time to be that virtuous woman that Proverbs spoke of. We can not sit by the wayside while our men are dying by the masses. We are the epitome of Black Love. It starts within us. We need to speak with conviction to let not only our Black Men know, but the world knows that we are the Mothers of this world. We are so powerful. We are so beautiful. We need to love and embrace every blessing God has given us physically, emotionally and spiritually.

For all My Black Children:
We need to love them. We need to teach t hem. W e need to stand up for them. We need to protect them. We need to show them that there are no "get rich quick" schemes. We need to tell them that they WILL die trying if they submit to a life of crime and deceit. We need to teach our children that no one will love them the way we can. And being a basketball player, a rapper, or a drug dealer is not reality.  It's not realistic and only a small percentage of people ever make it as a rapper or professional athlete. We need to teach our children that we can be more than rappers and athletes. We can be the owners of these sports teams; we can be the CEO's of our fortune 500 companies. We need to believe in literacy.  I am almost certain if we were to look back to the 1930's and 40's, the literacy rates for Black American Children are probably still the same.
Ok...I am stepping off of my soap box now.   Pull Up Your Pants!!


Celebrating Women History Month

Recognizing and Celebrating Women's Accomplishments throughout History - National Women’s History Month 

"Celebrate the Generations of Women Moving History Forward"   

Honoring the Many generations of women who with their amazing intelligence, talent, courage and tenacity testify to the myriad ways that generations of women have moved history forward.

This  week we continue celebrating, recognizing and honoring women, their accomplishments, as well as their rich history and varied contributions to the history and the culture of the United States and around the world, and the generations of women who have worked extremely hard, and have made a tremendous impact in our history.  This week I celebrate Rev. Dr. Iylana Vanzant, a speaker, author, spiritual teacher and Minister.   Scroll below to read about Rev. Dr. Vanzant.  

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 Timeline of First in Women's Achievements


1963: Valentina Ladimirovna Tereshkoval - First woman to fly in space aboard Vostok 6

1967: Muriel Siebert - First woman to own a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and the first woman to head one of its member firms 

1968: Janice Lee York Romary - First woman to carry U.S. Flag at the Olympic Games

1969: Shirley Chisholm -First woman African -American Woman in U.S. Congress.  

Ms. Chisholm served in the U.S. House of Representatives for 14 years

1978: (1) Mary Clarke  - First woman to be named major general in U.S. Army& (2) Ella Grasso-First Woman Governor to be re-elected (Conn.)  

1981: Sandra Day O'Connor -First Woman Justice appointed by President Reagan to the Supreme Court

1983: Sally Kristen Ride - First American woman to be sent/reach outer space.

1984: (1) Janet Benoit (Samuelson) -First Woman to win an olympic marathon.  & (2) Geraldine Ferraro -First Woman to run for Vice- President on a major party ticket

1985: Penny Harrington - First woman Police Chief of major U.S. City (Portland OR)

1986: (1) Ann Bancraft - First woman to walk to North Pole.  (2) Christa McAuliffe - First Woman Citizen Passenger on a space mission & (3) Debi Thomas-First African-American to win  gold medal in a world skating competition

1989: (1) Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of FL - First woman Hispanic elected to Congress - She serves in the US House of Rep.. & (2) The Rev. Barbara C. Harris (Boston) - The First woman consecrated as a bishop in the Episcopal Church

1990: Dr. Antonia Novello -First Woman & First Hispanic to be sworn in as US Surgeon General

    Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant - Best-selling Author, Spiritual Teacher, Minister, Public Speaker.

Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant is an inspiration to many.  However, Dr. Vanzant's early life experiences were difficult - from being a victim of an abusive marriage, postpartum depression, confinement in a psychiatric ward and full of self-doubt, Dr. Vanzant's experiences gave her profound insight into her life!!  She has transformed herself into one of the nation's most powerful public speakers, author of 11 best-selling books, five of which made it to the New York Times best-seller list, and founder/Executive Director of her company "Inner Vision Spiritual Life and Maintenance Network Center" - a national personal-growth institute, that trains holistic practitioners to fulfill the mission of empowering all individuals, and most importantly she focuses on helping women lift themselves from challenging circumstances.  

After Dr. Vanzant left her abusive husband, she enrolled and began attending Medgar Evers College and City University of New York law school, where she put herself through law school. She then moved to Philadelphia with her children and at the age of 35 she practiced as a public defender for three years. She later became an ordained minister, committed to a message based on the principles of divine power and self-determination.

Dr. Vanzant has received numerous awards and accolades for her work. In 1992, Los Angeles Mayor Thomas Bradley named October 21st "Tapping the Power Within Day" in honor of Vanzant and a workshop she presented in the city for African-American women. In 1994, Vanzant was named "Alumni of the Year" by the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Education, an organization comprised of the presidents and administrators of the 117 predominantly Black colleges in the United States. She was also awarded an "Oni" by the International Congress of Black Women as one of the nation's unsung heroes. She served as a national spokesperson for Literacy Volunteers of America in 1998.

In 1999 she was listed among the 100 Most Influential African-Americans by Ebony magazine. Later that year, she was awarded the 31st NAACP Image Award for "Outstanding Literary Work, Non-Fiction" for Yesterday I Cried. She also earned her first Honorary Doctorate degree, Doctor of Humane Letters, from the City University of New York, Medgar Evars College. In 2000, she earned her second honorary degree, Doctor of Divinity, from the Theological Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition, Ebony has named her one of their "55 Most Intriguing People," Vibe magazine tabbed her one of "100 Leaders of the New Millennium" and Newsweek included her as one of the "Women of the New Century."

Dr. Vanzant's popularity grew from her regular appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show from 1998 to 1999, which brought her to national acclaim and resulted in her own nationally syndicated daytime talk show in 2001 "The Road To Iyanla", that was produced by acclaimed journalist and producer Barbara Walters (Executive producer), and partner Bill Geddie, and distributed and developed by Buena Vista Productions.  Barbara Walters recognized Vanzant's extraordinary appeal, seeing in her a "breakaway talent" with the potential for huge success in daytime television.  Dr. Vanzant's most recent syndicated show was called "Starting Over" a daytime reality show from the creators of "The Real World", which follows six women who came from all walks of life to overcome issues that have held them back from leading a fulfilling life.  Dr. Vanzant and Rhoda Britten lead the women in exercises and assignments.  This show premiered in 2003 and last aired in May of 2006.  

Dr. Vanzant, hailed as among the "most dynamic African-American speakers in the country" by Emerge magazine, is a nationally recognized inspirational speaker devoted to showing others the way to transform their lives. A best-selling author, her books include Tapping the Power Within, Acts of Faith (the 1994 BlackBoard Book of the Year), The Value in the Valley the 1995 BlackBoard Book of the Year), Faith in the Valley (the 1996 BlackBoard Book of the Year), and two new guides to self-awareness and spiritual fulfillment: In the Meantime: Finding Yourself and the Love You Want (Simon & Schuster Hardcover) and One Day My Soul Just Opened Up: 40 Days and 40 Nights Toward Spiritual Strength Fireside Books/A Simon & Schuster Trade Paperback Original)

Dr. Vanzant is certainly a woman whose passion for personal development has transformed many.  She says: "I know who I am" and I'm clear about my purpose.  I am just an ordinary person committed to doing extraordinary things".  and "My greatest desire is for people to know who they are from the inside out and to use that knowledge as a tool of empowerment and love".  Dr. Vanzant is the mother of three and grandmother, Vanzant lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, with her husband, Adeyemi.  Her Institute is also located in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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"The Value in the Valley" (Author Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant)


"Faith in the Value" (Author Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant)


  "In the Meantime: Finding Yourself and the Love You" (Author Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant)


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This Saturday in Miami

March 24, 2007

Champion of the 2007 Caribbean Cup, the National Team of Haiti gets ready for an international “A” friendly soccer game with Vice Champion of the 2007 UNCAF, the National Team of Panama.


The upcoming match scheduled for March 24, 2007 at 7:00PM in the Orange Bowl Stadium, is the first appearance for Haiti since winning the Caribbean Cup in Trinidad on January 24, 2007. According to fifa.com, the win – a great upset of the formbook – was celebrated long into the night back in Port-au-Prince, and also by the pitch by the Haitian players in the Trinidadian capital.  Team Haiti’s outstanding performance during this championship allowed them to be qualified for the CONCACAF Gold Cup in June 2007. 

Team Panama, Vice Champion of the 2007 UNCAF will also participate at this summer’s CONCACAF Gold Cup. The Haiti-Panama game will be a great opportunity for both team members to strengthen their skills and practice for the upcoming June’s Gold Cup. 

The Caribbean Champions have a busy and challenging year ahead of them.  In May, they will play another international “A” friendly game in Miami, FL.  In June, the proud and hard working champs will face the top teams of the Caribbean and Central America in the USA for the Gold Cup.  The scheduled September 8th Haiti-Costa Rica game will mark the first meeting of the 2007 Caribbean Cup Champions vs. the 2007 UNCAF Champions.

With a newly dose of confidence acquired from winning the 2007 Caribbean Cup Title, and with their ever hunger for success we have no doubt that  team Haiti will one more come out victorious at the 2007 CONCAFAF, and further down the road find themselves playing against the best at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in Africa.  

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St. Maarten Carnival 

April 21st-May 5th

Schedule of Events

Saturday, April 21, 2007
Opening of Carnival Village Jump-Up (8:00pm)

Sunday, April 22, 2007
Children's Carnival Parade (1.00 PM)

Monday, April 23, 2007
Senior Calypso Finals (9.00 PM)

Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Youth Extravaganza (9.00 PM)

Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Senior Roadmarch Competition (9.00 PM)

Thursday, April 26, 2007
Reggae Concert: Morgan Heritage (9.00 PM)

Friday, April 27, 2007
Local Band-O-Rama: From Us to you II (9.00 PM)

Saturday, April 28, 2007
Latin Concert: Revientan San Martin (9.00 PM)

Sunday, April 29, 2007
Soca Explosion I : Michelle Sylvester & Terry Seales (9.00 PM)

Monday, April 30, 2007
Grand Carnival Parade (10.00 AM)

Tuesday, May 01, 2007
Second Day Carnival Parade (2.00 PM)

Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Zouk / Kompa Concert: Who's the Boss III 9:00

Thursday, May 03, 2007
Reggae Concert: Buju Banton (9.00 PM)

Friday, May 04, 2007
Concert: Yung Joc & Mr. Vegas (9.00 PM)

Saturday, May 05, 2007
Last Lap Jump-Up (8.00 PM)/ Burning of King Momo (12.00 AM)

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March 19, 2007

Media Contact: Annette Lemonn, President of Atlanta Caribbean Carnival Bandleaders Association (404) 447-7244

Media Contact: Carvel Bennett, Public Relations Atlanta Caribbean Folk Festival (678) 571-6279

For Immediate Press Release

19th Annual Atlanta Caribbean Carnival - Atlanta Caribbean Carnival 2007 and Parade of Bands Set For May 26, 2007

The Atlanta Caribbean Carnival Bandleaders Association (ACCBA) has once again partnered with Atlanta Caribbean Folk Festival (ACFF) to bring the Atlanta Caribbean Carnival 2007 and Parade of Bands. This event is one of the largest and fastest growing cultural events in the Southeast and promises to bring the sights and sounds of the Caribbean to the City of Atlanta.

The Parade of Bands will be held on Saturday, May 26th, 2007. The parade route begins at the Southside Medical Center at the corner of Ridge Ave and Pryor St. Go left on Pryor St, stay on Pryor Rd, and turn left into the HiFi Buys Amphitheatre at Fair St. Bands/troupes will parade in front of the audience and judges at the Marketplace.

The Atlanta Caribbean Carnival is a cultural experience and spectacular display of colors and pageantry. At the Marketplace, there will be a variety of family oriented events featuring music, dance, calypsonians, steelpan bands and other art forms indigenous to the Caribbean. The popular Marketplace also includes the delectable cuisine of the Caribbean, America, and other Nations. There will also be a host of vendors displaying arts and crafts as well as merchandise representing the colorful flare of the Caribbean culture.

Other activities surrounding the festival include the official launching of the Atlanta Caribbean Carnival 2007 “Picnic and Pan in the Park” on May 5, 2007 and Kiddies Carnival which will be held on May 19, 2007

Tickets to the Atlanta Caribbean Carnival 2007 will be sold through TicketMaster or the HiFi Buys Amphitheatre box office beginning April 9, 2007. Parking at the venue is free.

Additional information, including the vendor registration form, is available at www.atlantacarnival.org or www.acffonline.com. If you are interested in being a volunteer at any of this year’s carnival activities, please call Annette Lemonn at 404- 447-7244 or Patrick McBain at 404-484-2957.

Annette J. Lemonn , President of Atlanta Caribbean Carnival Bandleaders Association (ACCBA

Patrick McBain , Co-director of Atlanta Caribbean Folk Festival (ACFF)

Celebrate the 2nd Annual June Is National Caribbean American Heritage Month
Conference on the Caribbean - A 20/20 Vision Washington D.C.   June 17-19 2007
In June 2007, the Government of the United States of America , in collaboration with Caribbean Community (CARICOM), will be hosting a Conference on the Caribbean at which all 15 CARICOM Heads of States/Government are expected to attend. 
The Conference on the Caribbean will take place against the backdrop of the recent coming into being of the CARICOM Single Market in 2006 and the positive efforts towards the creation of the framework for the Single Economy by 2008.   
This Conference is being structured in such a way that there is Government to Government and people to people interaction as well as interaction between the Governments and the people.  This will be the first time the policy makers, the international financial institutions, academic community, private sector, and people of the Caribbean and the United States will interface in one Conference to examine the growth and development of the Caribbean Community from a regional perspective.  It is expected that by the end of the Conference the following major objectives would be achieved:
·        The strengthening of the relationship between the United States and CARICOM by addressing the priority areas for the Caribbean's future growth and development including issues related to trade, competitiveness and investment in mutually beneficial and reinforcing ways.
·        The deepening and broadening of the dialogue between the Governments and People of CARICOM and the Government and People of the United States of America aimed at renewing the appreciation of US policy makers of the potential of the Caribbean .
·        The strengthening of the relationship among the different Caribbean Diaspora communities in the United States as well as examining mutually rewarding mechanisms for harnessing their skills in support of the Region's development.
·        The enhancement of the image of the Caribbean in the United States .
Please save the dates June 19-21 2007 and plan to join us in Washington DC for this very important and historic conference. We look forward to seeing you at the Conference and to your active participation as we reaffirm our Caribbean 20/20 vision.

Ellsworth I. A. John, Ambassador of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the USA , and Chair of the Caucus of Ambassadors, Washington D.C.  


Birthdays, Shout Outs & Congratulations

Our Condolences to O'Tus on the loss of his Mom.  O'Tus May you find peace in the wonderful memories of your wonderful mom!!!

  Get Well Soon Mark and Collin.




Very Special Birthday Greetings once again to 

my good friends Mark



who are celebrating their birthday on the same date.  

Also, Happy Birthday to DJ Choice One from Atlanta and some of his crew DJ Soso and The Stanman


From all of us here at Arious we hope your special day was filled with lots of joy!!!!

Belated Birthday Greetings to Comedienne Luenell aka "Mrs. Borat"

We would like to extend birthday greetings to Latonya, Irlene, Silvie, Benny, Ms. Doggett, Earl, and Carolanne

Happy Birthday to All Our MySpace Friends (Stop by and give me a shout on our MySpace site

3/23/07: Bri from  TX ; "Little Mama from TN; Cynthia (Markup Artist)-Lanham, MD; ; “Miss 007"- Palm Beach, FL.; Akilah "ALB" from Potomac, Md.;  Deja Vu-MD; 

3/24/07: "M" from GA; Author D. L Sparks, GA; “2Tru" from Md.; Jessica Reyes-WDC;  Sensation-Harlem NY; Marco of Tantallion Sun Music-WDC; 

3/25/07: Devne Ms. Lee from CA; “Meka Boo”-MD; “876 Vybez-JA;  "getitbabyyoualmostthere" from Rich. MD

3/26/07: S. Dawn from MD; ; Dayna from CA;  DJ Tyrone-UK; Madison from DC; thaboikellz-ALA; "MissionOne-MD; "DreamGirl4U-VA Kimberley form Brooklyn NY; "Powah Phatness" from Toronto, CA

3/27/07: SolidGoldMoney from Italy; “Deedee from VA; “Queen of Harts from MD; DC Dave-Upr Marl., MD; 

3/28/07: Juliete from GA; NeeNee from Balt-MD;  "So Sexy from CA;  "Picturesque" from Bronx NY; Baby Bree from Mia., FL; 

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