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Something Extra | Monday

Published:Monday | July 2, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Someone or something definitely caught the attention of JC Lodge (right) and daughter Gia Ré at the recent launch of Groovin’ in the Park.
Inga Roberts is about to enjoy her pineapple juice cocktail during the recent Groovin’ In The Park Concert at the Roy Wilkins Park in Jamaica, New York.
It was a confident look when this damsel was spotted stepping through the Groovin’ In The Park Concert recently.
From left: Saheba Lokhanduala, Jamessey Noel and Kyla Bynum were super excited about Groovin’ in the Park 2018.
From left: Pam Hall and daughter Tafina Wilson hanging out with J.C. Lodge and daughter Gia Ré.
Let’s drink to the hard-working people. Here are Patrice Thompson (TD Bank) and Ron Stanecky at the launch of Groovin’ In The Park 2018.
Kerene Edie Ellis (left) and Kesha Blackwood were all set at the Groovin’ in the Park event launch, held at the Hilton in Jamaica, New York, recently.
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The nine-hour festival of Reggae and Rhythm and Blues, Groovin' in the Park 2018, dubbed the largest North American annual concert celebrating the genres, attracted 20,000 music lovers to the Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York last Sunday. It was all about musical catalogues of reggae artistes, Caribbean food and fashion, with women of reggae, Marcia Aitken, JC Lodge and Pam Hall, pulling the audience close to the stages while 11-time Grammy winner, Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds, captured the eyes and ears of the female audience and fire blazers Capleton and Jr Gong opening the minds. Here are some of the social scenes that spanned the entire weekend of related activities.