Tag : Miss Pat

York College Issues First Presidential Medal to Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin O.D.

(Photo Credit:  Leonard McKenzie) York College presents its first Presidential Medal to VP Records co-founder, Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin O.D. The medal was bestowed upon ‘Miss Pat’ on Thursday June 2nd at the UBS stadium in Long Island. President Dr. Berenecea J. Eanes recognized Miss Pat as a pillar / staple of the community in bringing the Reggae culture of music to a diverse community. York College is a senior college…

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Queens Public Library 125th Anniversary Celebration Featuring VP Records Co-founder Miss Pat Chin!

On Friday, June 11, 2021, at 11A.M., join the Queens Public Library’s President and CEO Dennis M. Walcott, and VP Records Co-founder Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin for a zoom conversation on life, community, arts, and culture. Celebrating accomplishments through the library’s history and looking at the present day to envision the future, the library’s 125th anniversary celebration highlights the library’s historical successes and shines a spotlight on community stories and…

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U.S. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, Spotify’s Marian Lee Dicus and Jeremy Erlich, VP’s Pat Chin to Speak at A2IM’s Indie Week 2021!

(repost from Variety Magazine) U.S. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, Spotify’s Marian Lee Dicus and Jeremy Erlich and VP Record’s Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin will be keynotes at A2IM’s Indie Week, which will be taking place virtually from June 14 through June 17. Indie Week will feature four days of keynotes, workshops, panels, and international networking opportunities. According to the announcement, the speakers “are poised to offer perspectives on the organization’s three…

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All Hail Reggae’s First Lady!

It’s 1961 in downtown Kingston, Jamaica. Inside the disused Charlie Moo’s restaurant on 17 North Parade, an eight-by-ten foot space throngs with punters and musicians, here to buy records imported from America alongside the obscure new sounds beginning to emerge from the island. This is Randy’s Record Mart. Sound clashers pluck turntable needles from the walls, American wholesalers stop by for patty and soup that bubbles on the stove, barefoot…

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