PLAINFIELD, NJ — TAPinto Plainfield takes a look at the top entertainment stories in the community that defined 2019 for our readers. Take a look.
They have been around town for some time, but our readers got to meet the Crazy Faith Riders of New Jersey, an African American faith-based riding club. Photos in this story are thanks to Brian Branch Price Photography.
Sheila E, who performed at Union County's Rhythm & Blues concert in Cedar Brook Park, was another reader favorite.
Readers were frightfully delighted with Vashon L. Hill Jr's recap of the city's Halloween Trunk or Treat event.
The 4th of July parade was also a reader favorite.
Readers first met Stephon Roach, who was born with Optic Nerve Hyploplasia, an underdevelopment of the optic nerve in one or both eyes, in June 2018. In October 2019, TAPinto Plainfield caught up with him and his mom.
The sneak peek into Grace's House to benefit the Valerie Fund was also a reader favorite.
A Pride flag raising ceremony at City Hall caught the attention of readers, too.
The House Music and Prostate Cancer Awareness Festival had around 2,000 people attending, and participants danced to tunes spun by five different DJs.
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