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Dearest Online Family and Friends: 

How was your week?  I hope it was wonderful and progressive! And if you reside in my "neck of the words;" I hope you stayed cool! LOL!!!!

OMG, what a "scorcher" it has been these past few days?  Geez,  2 days now the temperatures have been hitting the over 100 degree mark and breaking records; plus the humidity is reaching extreme highs.  Clearly, it’s an “early season heat wave” taking place; and personally it’s absolutely not good because it is disturbing my mid-day walks.  As for our air conditioner in our home, it has a tendency of not working on hot days; but we are extremely thankful it is working like a “champ” and keeping the house on the lower levels quite cool! 

I understand many other states are experiencing this same type of weather condition and the National Weather Service Bureau has issued heat advisories for Chicago, IL; parts of Ohio; Indiana, Michigan, and even Minneapolis; as well as for states in the South East.  Here on the North East (all the states along the corridor as far as Boston,) as well as the Mid-Atlantic Coastline; heat advisories have been issued.  Today, as I write I see the temperature is around 95 degrees, with a possibility of it getting hotter.  I am however uncertain how hot it will be over the weekend.  Therefore, I implore you to take the proper precautions by reading, remembering, and practicing the following:
  • Be aware of the dangers of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. “Heat exhaustion” is a milder form of heat-related illness that can develop after several days of exposure to high temperatures and inadequate or unbalanced replacement of fluids.
  • “Heat stroke” is more serious, and occurs when the body starts to lose its ability to regulate itself. The telltale signs of heat stroke are:

o An extremely high body temperature, such as 103 degrees or above.
o Dizziness and nausea.
o A throbbing headache and a pulse that is rapid and strong.
o Skin that is red, hot and dry.

  • If you see someone suffering from heat exhaustion or heat stroke, take immediate action. Call 911 immediately and then try to move the person into a cool place and cool the person with water.
  • Drink plenty of water, at least eight glasses a day.
  • Avoid going out in the heat during the hottest part of the day.
  • Take an occasional cool bath or shower to cool your skin and remove heat from your body.
  • Wear light, loose-fitting clothing and wear a hat to protect your head.
  • Check on relatives, friends and neighbors who are elderly. The people in greatest danger in extreme heat and humidity are elderly people who live alone.
  • Do some research to find temporary cooling centers in your area. "Facilities that can be used if the air is not working in your home, or business, etc." For centers in Maryland log on to: http://www.nbcwashington.com/weather/stories/Cooling-Centers-Now-Open-For-Md-Residents-123363193.html ; or in Washington DC: http://www.wusa9.com/news/article/154242/373/Pools-Cooling-Centers-Open-For-DC-Residents ; and in Virginia just go ahead and do a search on Google for Cooling Centers in your county.
  • Remember it is important to NOT open fire hydrants because they impact water pressure in the area and can prevent firefighters from being able to use them in an actual emergency.
  • Limit pets’ exposure to the sun and heat, and provide them with plenty of water.
  • Check online for extreme weather alerts by visiting the following site and choosing your state/area: http://www.weather.com/weather/alerts/localalerts/20001?phenomena=SV&significance=A&areaid=DCC001&office=KLWX&etn=0451   

Please be extra careful with this crazy hot weather.  By the way for those who are enduring the madness and suffering from effects of the fires that are burning the 144,000 acres in Arizona & New Mexico, please hang in there, and be safe.

To contact me (Susan Mangatal) the following is my e-mail address susan@ariousentertainment.us  


Continue Celebrating Caribbean-American Heritage!

In the 109th Congress both the House and Senate unanimously approved H.Con.Res.71, a measured introduced by Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Oakland), on June 5, 2006, President George W. Bush issued a proclamation designating June as Caribbean - American Heritage Month.  This proclamation acknowledges the growing political and economic influence of the Caribbean Diaspora and its importance and contribution to the development of the cultural diversity of the United States.

I am proud to say that Caribbean-American Heritage Month "CAHM" started off with a “bang” across the region.  The feedback I am receiving from my colleagues in other states is awesome.  They have been happy to share what they are doing to celebrate, and how the attendees are responding.   

I however came across a peculiar, but interesting Blog that indicated Caribbean-American Heritage Month is not well known throughout the states and not even among Caribbean People.  This somewhat took me by surprise, and I thought: “wellllll, it’s only been 6 years since the "CAHM" has been established (it’s in its infancy.”)  However, as I continued reading his young woman’s words it became quite clear that she might “be on to something.”  The source of her writing came from her surveying friends on Twitter and Facebook, but as to the amount of people who participated in her survey…that was not shared.   This young woman’s name is Karel Mc Intosh, and she is the Editor-In-Chief of Outlish Magazine.  She entitles her Blog “Caribbean-Americans – A Case of Identity.” As I read and absorbed the responses from those who participated in the survey, it was made crystal clear that they were unaware of this “CAHM”…it was not prominent or even popular to many.  Overall, they felt “CAHM” receives no visibility; and absolutely needs to be exposed in a wider range across the US and beyond.  Hummm, this was interesting to learn, and truly thought provoking.  Therefore, take the time to read Ms. Mc Intosh’s Blog “Caribbean-Americans – A Case of Identity.” It’s definitely worth the read.   Go ahead and check it out by CLICKING HERE; and I urge you to share your thoughts with me.

Nevertheless, for those who are aware of “CAHM” continue with dedicating this entire month to Caribbean-American Heritage. Yes, we must take this time to  paying tribute, recognize, celebrate us and our culture, and commemorate our heritage and history  --- by doing the below things (which I shared with you last week).  Also, share your Caribbean-Heritage with a friend, colleague, your co-workers; and anyone who would listen.  More awareness must be brought to Caribbean-American Heritage Month. 

As we proceed with celebrating this special month...we must:

  • Celebrate the great contributions of Caribbean-Americans to the economic, social and cultural landscape of the United States.

  • Recognize the many contributions of Caribbean immigrants and their decedents to the well-being of America.

  • Celebrate the historic relationships between the people of the Caribbean and the people of the United States.

  • Pay tribute to the common culture and bonds of friendship that unite the United States and the Caribbean countries. (The vibrancy and hopefulness due to the talent, faith and values of Caribbean-Americans)

  • Commemorate Caribbean-American heritage, history, culture and contributions to the United States.

  • Recognize how Caribbean-Americans enriches society by being leaders in government, arts, entertainment, sports, fashion, poetry, theatre, in businesses and much more.

For all the details, history, events, etc. on Caribbean-American Heritage Month; PLEASE CLICK HERE to log into the official Caribbean-American Heritage Month Website!  To Read the entire Proclamation issued by President Barack H. Obama ~~~ PLEASE CLICK HERE!

There are lots of events taking place in cities all across the United States commemorating Caribbean-American Heritage.  As I stated last week; although, I received lots of events from folks in different states (as in previous years,) this year I simply did not have a free moment to accumulate and list/create a calendar of all what I have been sent.  Therefore, I strongly suggest that you (1) log into Google, and do a search for “Caribbean-Amerian Heritage Month events [in your state;] and many of the events in your state should be listed.  Additionally, (2) go ahead and CLICK HERE to log into the official website of the Caribbean-American Heritage Month “The Calendar” to learn about many of the events taking place.    

GO AHEAD AND CLICK HERE FOR LOCAL "CAHM" Events; and you can also check our  “Events” Page for some additional events taking place. 


As I conclude my thoughts on Caribbean-American Heritage Month I must ask: did you know that in this area the finale of the celebrations of Caribbean-American Heritage culminates with the DC Caribbean Carnival?  Yup, indeed it does!  So many of you have inquired about DC Caribbean Carnival, and the following is what the Organizers would like me to let you know.  First off, they are alive and well; despite the many challenges they have endured as they worked towards staging this years’ event (specifically financially.)  Everything is “on track,” with very little or minor changes; and they are on their way to celebrating 19 years of producing this exciting festival. 

I know many of you are breathing a sigh of relief with this news…right? So I state again to the inquiring minds: yes…yes…yes, DC Caribbean Carnival is on, and it’s alive and well.  Please CLICK HERE to read their “Public Service Announcement”.  Additionally, below are the flyers of their upcoming Dimanche Gras event and the actual Carnival.  Click on both to read the details.  As for vending log on to their site at http://www.dccaribbeancarnival.org. It might not be to late to sponsor the event as well, so check out their site for all the details.

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Celebrating Black Music!  

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A time to recognize the many black music genres throughout time such as BlackMusicMonth-1.jpg (16618 bytes)Rhythm and Blues, Gospel, Jazz, Blues, Soul, Funk, Hip-Hop, Neo-Soul, Reggae, and Soca.  Additionally, during this time we celebrate the contributions black singers, composers, writers, producers and musicians have made in the history of music.  

You…know…I can do as I have done in past years and share with you details regarding a particular artist who has made history and paved the way for others; or I can talk about a music mogul that has shaped lives and have help black music prosper to “higher heights”, or I can share with you a story of a record company that has marketed and substantially helped black music cross over to other regions in this world, as well as crossed over to different markets; or I  can even take this time to talk about a particular genre of music.  However, this week my heart tells me to talk [briefly...LOL] about the state of my Caribbean music (Reggae, Calypso, Soca, etc.) in the Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia areas. 

You see…our love for music goes deep, and we see something extra special about Caribbean music…all of it!  Not because I’m Caribbean; but because it is clear to me that the music has the ability to seriously cross over to the mainstream market and hold it’s ground for decades. [Not just the 4 or 5 hits that make it over and stay on the charts for a couple of weeks…nah!]  The music absolutely has the potential to break into the mainstream market like Hip Hop did, and nestle itself there.  And moreover, make a long standing mark on society and the music industry on a whole.  Hum, it would be wonderful to turn on the radio and here the music being played as part of the 20 jams in a row (many radio stations pre-formatted music play list.)

As for the music scene in this area [specifically;] I’m wondering if you have noticed that there are very little Caribbean shows/artists scheduled to perform this year?  Which could mean one or two things ~~~ in fact there are several factors/reasons; but I will focus on the one or two obvious issues: (1) there is no market for the music (here; ) or (2) the Promoters are somehow doing an injustice to the music.  Let me explain; and Promoters forgive me for making this statement…I’m just trying to analyze and make sense out of this issue/problem.  Of course, I had to discuss this issue in great detail with my husband "Todd," who is more passionate about this music thing than I.  In defense of the Promoters, he pointed out that the market is kinda soft for Caribbean music [HERE in this area;] because the music is only being played on particular radio programs via community and listener supported stations (NOT on mainstream radio.)  [These small amount of programs are a few hours long, and gets aired once per week.]  Therefore, how on earth would any promoter in their right mind bring an artist to this area and expect people to attend [have a sold out show in order for him/her [in turn] to cover their expenses and make a profit]…when the music is not being played ~~~ resulting in not being exposed to the masses.  Todd had a valid point, which I agreed with.  Personally though, I believe there is a strong market for the music here; if a few things would change.

Secondly, some promoters are so busy trying to make money that they simply don’t care about the longevity of the music.  They bring the artist to town in a “hush…hush” type of manner, with very little promotions.  And oftentimes tap into marketing to [only] a certain nationality.  For example: assuming only Jamaicans would enjoy reggae music and would not enjoy Soca music, and vice versa; and the same goes with other nationalities as well.  Plus they bring artists to some of the “cruddiest” venues…places people are not comfortable going too.  And most importantly, when the artist perform 90% of the times they are performing to a track; and not using a band (where their music can be enjoyed in its somewhat original form.)  Evidentially, with these important factors in mind; the potential growth for Caribbean music in my area (at this time) is less than zero.  IT MUST BE CHANGED!

Sometimes I wonder how the promoters cannot see the important role they play in the development of Caribbean music, and the great positions they are in to help it expand and progress [to another level and far beyond.]  Plus help promote the artist.

Gosh, I could write and expand more on this important issue, but time does not allow me to cover all of them.  However, something must be done to change these problems immediately, so that this “market for Caribbean music crisis” in this area not only becomes victorious, but becomes profitable as well.

This is the 33rd year of celebrating Black Music.  And this year we must continue to reflect on the generations of BlackMusicMonth-3.jpg (21448 bytes)African-American, and Caribbean recording artists and musicians, songwriters, etc. from around the nation who came before us with their great talents and contributions. We must remember it was they who paved the way for the many talented artists today.  Whether they were fighting to get paid for a gig, or on the battlefield with record companies and radio stations regarding getting more exposure and recognition for their work.  During this month we must take the time to commend them on their fight/s; and to pay tribute to their tenacity.  Additionally, this is the month we must show them how worthy they are.



A REMINDER OF A Special Celebration of Music

Just a reminder of The Cultural Academy For Excellence "CAFE", an exceptional local Organization.  "CAFE" is a youth-based program which uses the performing arts as the catalyst to develop the passion and discipline for learning, leadership, and academic achievement.  

This Saturday, June 11, 2011, "CAFE" will be celebrating their 15th Anniversary.  The Executive Director Mrs. Lorna Green cordially invite you to celebrate with the Organization at a special Concert "Sounds and Stories: Music Through a Child’s Mind" taking place at The University of Maryland  College Park Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.  Below are the details of the Concert.  PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ THE PRESS RELEASE that has full details about CAFE’s special anniversary concert!


"Sounds and Stories: Music Through a Child’s Mind"

Start time: 4:00 p.m.

Cost: $15/$30/$50

Concert Will be held at: University of Maryland, College Park Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

Contact Person: Lorna Green

Contact Phone Number: (301)-262-9032

Contact Email Address: lgreen@cafeyouth.org

Website: http://www.cafeyouth.org

"CAFE" was founded in 1996; and their mission is to provide music-based academic and life-skills enrichment as an enticement for youth to stay in school, stay out of trouble, and perform well academically. Students maintaining a high level of academic and musical achievement may join CAFE’s award-winning Positive Vibrations Youth Steel Orchestra, which offers numerous opportunities to perform both locally and nationally.  "CAFE" is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  


"FlashPoint" - Presented by Hollis Lashley

Mr. Hollis Lashley has been doing a fine job with his contributions to our weekly E-Newsletter.  I must say his "FlashPoints" have been thought provoking, and touches deeply on some important issues that many of us try to stay far away from.  LOL...Wow, the debates Mr. Lashley's writings are causing are fantastic.  We commend Mr. Lashley on his great work, and thank him for being a part of our team.  Read and enjoy (below) another interesting "FlashPoint" by Hollis Lashley.


Be inspired and Motivated to increase your Spiritual Energy.  

Hello All & the Arious Family:

Here is this week's column.

One Light!


Hollis Lashley, Author, Gifts From the Heart


Be inspired and Motivated to increase your Spiritual Energy.  

"Messages and Messengers"

I remember reading about and seeing old movies depicting those days when Messengers were killed after delivering their messages.


Without knowing all the reasons why this was done, one can surmise that perhaps this was to avoid messages falling into the wrong hands. Fast forward to today. One would think that with today’s explosion of knowledge and cultural understanding, some of us would be intelligent enough to be able to fit the message with the correct messenger, but alas, messengers are now being killed by the technology of irresponsible influence.


Let me illustrate. Ms. A. is asked by Ms. B. to do a talk on a particular cultural topic, and this information is transmitted to Mr. C., who is in charge of making the final arrangements for the topic to be presented. Ms. A. informs Ms. B. that she does not know enough about the topic, and so she recommends Mr. D., whom she says, is the more knowledgeable person to do such a presentation. Now, Ms. B. is a “Networker par Excellence,” and does not particularly like Mr. D., perhaps because he is seen as just an ordinary somebody with no title or position of note. 


Ms. A. is called by Mr. C. and is asked why she recommended Mr. D. She explains that she has no doubt that Mr. D. is quite capable of doing a great job, although he may not have the visible trappings that many erstwhile institutions prefer. Prior to this, Mr. C. meets with Mr. D., who lets Mr. C. know a few things about his knowledge and experience. Mr. C. wants Mr. D. to do this presentation for free, although there is an entrance fee being charged, and tickets are sold out.


Stay with me, and do not be confused at this stage. Are you with me?


Enter the shadow, as they used to say in the Radio Dramas. Ms. B. is still in the picture as Mr. C. is seeking her input as the drama unfolds. Mr. C. tells Mr. D. he will get back to him w.r.t. the presentation. Mr. D. I hope, is not still holding his breath. Ms. B. influences Mr. C. to contact one of her colleagues who has a title and who can one day perhaps do her some favor.  Mr. T. does the presentation. Mr. D. attends the event of course, and listens to the presentation which has missed some key points, and which should have included more contemporary dynamics pertaining to the influence of certain cultural practices here in the U.S.


Is this a case of “Mixed Messages,” or “Mixed Messengers?”


Positive influence is always good and necessary to the perpetuating of principles, which are meant to move the species forward in the direction of better understanding.


When are we however, prepared to understand our own shortcomings, and to allow those who are capable, to be unfettered by judgments which are spurred by popularity rather than by a true understanding of cultural practices?

When are we to understand that opinions based on our likes and dislikes have no place in disseminating knowledge about cultural practices, which many of the so-called experts have not lived? Is it not amazing that someone can go into a community, live with the natives for a year or two, collect information and then write a few scholarly articles, which prepare them for being an expert? The people however who have the experience, become mere statistical references.


Mr. C. was concerned with how many scholarly articles Mr. D. had written.

Mr. D. answered that he had only lived the experience, and was that enough?

Mr. D. referred him to a book that mentioned some of his former cultural activities. He proceeded to ask if Mr. D. knew a few Names he mentioned. Mr. D. asked if knowing these people would qualify him. He still is awaiting an answer.


It seems to me that popularity is being mistaken for knowledge, a rather misleading idea which can only muddy the pool of authentic information sharing.


In the words of Gandhi, “An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it.”


I hope that you get the message, but please spare the messenger!


Hollis P. Lashley © 2011.

[Flashpoint is Presented By Mr. Hollis “Flash” Lashley, (Author, Poet, Musician).  To purchase a copy of Mr. Hollis Lashley motivating book of poetry entitled "Gifts From The Heart" or if you need an uplift; log on to:  http://www.hollislashley.com or  http://www.xlibris.com  Find inspiration, motivation, spirituality & Poetry. Comments or Suggestions are always welcomed via phone: 202-299-8638 or via e-mail found on www.hollislashley.com.]





Don't forget that CAFE's 15 Anniversary Celebration takes place on Saturday, July 11th.  Scroll down to our "Featured Events" for all the details.

Additionally, our friends at the Carnival Band Leaders Association of Washington DC asked us to share with you their information regarding their fundraiser taking place this Saturday, June 11th as well.  Scroll down to our "Featured Events" Section for all the details.

Also, I am just noticing an e-mail from our friends at Vice Carnival asking that we share their upcoming band launching/fundraiser information with you.  It is scheduled to take place this Saturday, June 11th.  Log on to their site for all the details: http://www.vicecarnival.com or http://vicecarnival.myshopify.com.  (No King Tut and crew you all are not forgiven...this lateness is unacceptable...LOL!!)

You must attend the Trinidad and Tobago's Working Women's Committee Pre-Father's Day Brunch [Fundraiser;] taking place on Sunday, June 12th.  The flyer with all the details is located in our "Featured Events' section below.

Finally, check out Ice Carnival Annual Back Yard BBQ Fundraiser taking place on Sunday, June 12th as well.  For all the details scroll down to our "Featured Events" section.

As I close, let me share with you once again the list of events specifically geared to celebrating National Caribbean-American Heritage Month in the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia Areas.  PLEASE CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE LIST!



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As for friends, family and associates in our circle who are celebrating birthdays this week, we hope you have HappyBirthday-roses.jpg (7061 bytes)a wonderful time; and a special HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU.  

Happy Belated Birthday Keisha my friend!

Marlon happy belated birthday.

Robert of Carib United, Happy Belated Birthday to you.  Folks you must check out his "Islands In The Sun" on June 18, 2011 (One of the finest and well attended events for DC Caribbean Carnival).

Tony (Breakaway Productions). Hope your day was fantastic.

Most importantly, I would like to wish my high school friend Vonda a very happy Birthday.

Happy Birthday to All Our www.mycaribbean.us Friends: Barbara Fearon, Donna James, and Sandra-Second

We hope all of  you enjoy your special days immensely.


Please know that we absolutely appreciate you being a part of our on-line family; and you taking the time to read and correspond to our writings ~~~ we sincerely appreciate it!  Thank you for your feedback, and your loyalty.   

Always feel free to comment regarding THIS commentary or any of my past E-Newsletter commentaries from our “Arious Grapevine;” and I thank you for all the intriguing and thought provoking comments you send me on a regular basis.  Please know that I am eager to hear your thoughts on all I have written above, and even in the past; so I look forward to having you share them with me via my e-mail address: susan@ariousentertainment.us.

Please remember that we are still in the process of giving our website a slight “facelift.".  Time is so precious, and still we have not gotten a chance to complete much on the site.  So we ask you to bear with us until it is completed.

Kindly check out our “Featured Events below!  Additionally, log on to our “Events” page to see all the events we are informed of.  Again, if you would like to share your thoughts about anything, feel free to send it directly to me at susan@ariousentertainment.us; and if you send it to ariousentertainment@earthlink.net, I will be sure to receive it.

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