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I was so
looking forward to attending the New York Carnival this past weekend, but we didn't make
it to any of the festivities. Even though we had lots of
plans, we just couldn't get out of town at a reasonable
time. Once we got to New York, we were unable to get to the
Carnival due to all the police barricades around the vicinity of
the event. Anyway, after circling the vicinity and just
hitting dead ends for a number of hours, we gave up and headed
back to Maryland. I guess it wasn't meant for us to get
there this year.
I got some
feedback from friends and they indicated it was not a good
experience for them. One stated there were far too many
people in attendance, and a few other expressed their
frustrations about the police barricades deterring them from
entering the vicinity, some even had to break the police
lines. Another indicated that she was completely bored,
and didn't like the 'J'ouvert' at all, she felt none of the Pan
Bands played good, and there were no vibes. So as you can see there were many
different comments about this years' festivities. I wonder
if we all are just getting old and grumpy?
Well, to those who attended let me know how
your experience was. How were the costumes? How was
panorama, the dimanche gras, the kiddies carnival,
and how was 'J'ouvert'? I understand Buju Banton and Shawn Paul
was on the VP truck (which had a huge crowd)...is this correct?
be back next week, he got a little busy working and on
completing his "My Caribbean Story".
"Da Souls of Black Folks" continues for the next few
days - today, September 8 and September 9, 2006.
You will find the details for
the today and tomorrow's event listed under "This Weekend Events".
Well wishes are being sent to Collin. We know God has a
plan and we know he is with you holding you
in his arms. Your mom, your sister, your family and all
your friends are waiting for you to come back to us!!!
Bev (Collin's mom) be strong, we are all praying for Collin and
praying for you to continue having the strength to hold on and
to hold everything together!!!! We are here for you
through this time.
SHOWING ON ARIOUS TV
Mangatal staring in - Tupac's "Unconditional Love" released after his
Click here to view and let
us know what you think!!!
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"
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.
THE SIGHTS...HEAR THE SOUNDS"
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!
- $20.00 &
can also pay via money order or check, payable to Arious
your payment to: Arious
Box 1568, Glen Burnie, Maryland 21060
||Introducing a new series of commemorative posters
by artist/designer Richie Richardson Titled: Every creed and
This work celebrates the culture and diversity of Trinidad &
Tobago on our 44th anniversary of independence.
Signed limited editions giclees
my design studio: 1028 Bushwick Ave. Apt 1A
Brooklyn NY 11207...My contact
via E-mail: email@example.com
Until Next Week!
Have a safe and
"Da Souls of Black
folk" continues for the next 2 days
September 8 - September
The Adinkra Group
"STOP THE VIOLENCE
Friday, September 8, 2006 - 7:30 pm
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 -
Stop the Violence & Dance Showcase
Washington, DC - TBA A
dance showcase highlighting many dance styles & the
main event: a battle between Krumping with the Krump
Kings from LA and DC's own "Beat Yo Feet" with
the best dancers from DC's own Go-Go Culture
For more details check out www.theadinkragroup.com
and click flyer below for large view.
8 - Sunday, September 10th 2006
oRiGiNaL BaLtImOrE cArNiVaL eXtRaVaNgAnZa
CARNIVAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
Friday, September 8, 2006 - King,
Queen and Individual Competition.
Click link below for more details!!!
Saturday, September 9, 2006 - Carnival
Parade of Bands.
link below for more details!!!
Sunday, September 10, 2006 - Grand Finale with
Concert and lots of fun in the Park.
link below for more details!!!
For All the Details click the following link or copy it
and paste it in your browser & click GO!!!
Forums at Congressional Black Caucus Legislative
Conference continues on September 9, 2006
Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference
continues on September 9, 2006 at the Washington Convention
Center, 801 Mt Vernon Pl., NW.
following is a schedule of events and list of
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?
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
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.
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!
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.
OF SUMMER JAM
JUST A FETE”
support of the
STUDENTS SCHOLARSHIP FUND
SEPTEMBER 16, 2006
PM —2:00 AM
CLUB at Andrews Air Force Base
Entrance off Allentown Road)
by Bobby’s Music Machine & DJ Brian
$20 in advance
/ $25 @ the door - ID
REQUIRED - Cash Bar - Hors
St. Hill: 301-523-1787;
Deanne Samuels: 301-499-3158;
Ryan Bascombe: 301-221-7788;
St Clair Wyre: 301-873-4011
Hosted by T&T Working Women’s
Committee & West Indian American Military Members
Friday September 15 thru Sunday
PAZ, inc. with WORLD MUSIC, inc
Independence Day Celebration
the green across from Wendy’s in
MEXICO and LITTLE
MISS CHIQUITITA MEXICO
of Southern New Jersey
you know a young woman between the ages of
15 to 22,
may already know our next “Miss Mexico”
to 21 years of age; bilingual; of Mexican Heritage;
school or working,
be a resident of South Jersey
Miss Chiquitita Mexico must be 3 to 5 years of age
be a resident of Southern New Jersey. A
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
includes dinner at one of Philly’s finest Mexican
color 81/2X11” portrait and much more!
Miss Chiquitita Mexico, will enjoy watching a play with
gift basket form local merchants and stores, full color
81/2X11” portrait, $300 Cash Certificate
about the event
856-451-8663 or cell: 302-250-7563
forms available at your local community grocery stores
stop by or call La National Money Transferring Store
65 E. Commerce Street in Bridgeton
Will open to the public!!!
PLACE: Crampton Auditorium
DATE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2006
Info: 301.891.4900 - Sunset Films
202.806.7194 - Box Office
THE INTERNATIONAL DIVERSITY FILM MARKET
INDIE FILMS AS IT CELEBRATES ITS 5th ANNIVERSARY
D.C. and Hollywood, CA,
September 5, 2006 – In celebration of their 5th
Anniversary, the International Diversity Film Market,
a leading film and television conduit between the
independent filmmaking community, and the entertainment
industry buyers, acquisitions and distribution
executives worldwide, will be offering a variety of free
opportunities for registered filmmakers at the 2006
International Diversity Film Market.
International Diversity Film Market will be held in
Washington, DC between September 21 – 23, 2006 at the E
Street Cinema Landmark Theatre located at 555 11th
Street NW. Attendees can take advantage of a
number of free opportunities including Free Film
Submissions, Free Film Screenings and Free
Online Movie Trailer postings by logging onto www.onevibe.biz.
Market will also offer a variety of entertainment
industry seminars with topics ranging from scriptwriting
and production to distribution, management, and
representation. Additionally, there will be a very
special video presentation of TAKE 3 with Q&A
– TAKE 3 is an entertainment
series that showcases the “first-run” works of
independent filmmakers including feature films,
documentaries, film shorts, and student films, from
women and filmmakers of color. TAKE 3
offers year-round exposure to only the best in
independent filmmaking as it extends the reach of the
International Diversity Film Market.
Market also offers our registered attendees FREE access
to over 20 Exhibitors and Distributors. The Market
was created to provide the independent filmmaker who is
seeking distribution for their film, increased awareness
and additional exposure.
register and purchase tickets for these seminars and the
TAKE 3 video presentation, go to www.onevibe.biz
. Tickets are $25.00 each.
International Film Market is the brainstorm of Georgette
Hayden, Executive Director/Executive Producer and
Chris Beal, Deputy Director/Associate Producer,
both with extensive background in the film and
television industries. To
Learn More about the International Film Market please
For media credentials to attend the
Market’s official Press/Media Event on opening day,
September 21st, contact the Market’s
publicist, Lana Torres at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-203-8031.
Annual Las Vegas
of Rasta Reggae
23rd & 24th 2006
The Annual Bob Marley Festival Tour
County Government Center Amphitheater, 500
S. Grand Central Pkwy Las Vegas, NV 89106,
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
Outlets including Smith's Food &
Drugs, Robinson's May, and Tower Records.
Tickets are also
available on the Internet at www.Ticketmaster.com
spirit of Reggae Music, Universal Love,
Peace & Unity, Fans can get from
to 2:00 PM, first 400 for
cash donation or
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
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
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
the boat ride and the show can be purchased either by
calling 212-340-1334 or emailing: email@example.com.
October 14, 2006
Parade and Festival
Carnival Organization Of Jacksonville, Inc. (COOJI)
Brooklyn, New York
To our New York Family -
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.
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.
are on the verge of making history. On September 12th, Primary Day, we will come
together to make a statement about the kind of representation
our neighborhoods need in the U.S. Congress and I
really need your help. Our opponents are spending huge
amounts of money to take control of this district, but the
people are with us. Your participation has given me an advantage
in this race and so I am asking you to come out and help us with
the final push. The campaign needs help with the following:
- Leafleting at Subway Stations
- Phone banking at the campaign office
- Letter stuffing at the campaign office
- Placing posters in your neighborhood business
- Helping out on election day
uplift Brooklyn with an outpouring of people power never seen
because of people like you that our campaign has come this far
and it will only be with your
help that we will win on September 12th.
Sign up by clicking
here or calling our campaign office at 718-904-6640.
Honorable H. Carl McCall has just endorsed me for Congress, a
truly great honor, and a confirmation that our message of unity
and independence in Brooklyn is right for our communities. See
our press release below.
Yvette Clarke for Congress For
more details on The campaign, the web site is www.voteyvette.com
Ups and Congrats!!!!!
Hello to Yolanda Alleyne, good to know that you are settling
into your new home in Florida.
Birthday Greetings to Senait, and Joewell
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