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Roger Bobb Hosts 2014 Caribbean Movers and Shakers-Atlanta Daily World

Movie and television producer Roger Bobb and Dr. Heavenly Kimes of the hit reality show “Married to Medicine” headlined a prestigious soiree that paid homage distinguished descendants of the East Coast islands during the annual Caribbean American Movers and Shakers Networking Series.


Taking place at the Caribbean-owned Stir it Up restaurant in the heart of bustling Midtown Atlanta,  Bobb and Kimes recognized those from the Caribbean and parts of Latin America who have made indelible marks on the Capital of the New South.


Media maven Princess Dalton-Lofters summed up the sentiments and prestige of the Caribbean Amercicans honorees on hand — a woman who achieved great success in the male-dominated industry by creating and producing the “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

“I’m a little overwhelmed. I was born in Jamaica and raised in Canada and now living in the U.S. The one thing that I do wanna say is that it is definitely …READ MORE






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