Know any kids that have potential but need steering into good choices? Fab-5 is ready for them. The Tacoma non-profit that supports youth and community through hip-hop culture is rolling out its summer program L.I.F.E. for the second year beginning this Saturday. The free eight-week program uses 20 local professional artists to teach at-risk and underserved kids skills that give them self-esteem, career possibilities and positive choices.
The L.I.F.E. program was created as a response to what director Eddie Sumlin calls a lack of relevant creative outlets for at-risk youth. Every Saturday for five hours kids can learn DJing, …