A Lexington man is giving back to kids in need once again this holiday season through his non-profit 'Believing In Forever Incorporated', an organization dedicated to inspiring and encouraging youth advancement through art, leadership, education & community service
Saturday, May 25th, Carama is inviting the public to take part in a one day community service initiative called "I Love To Serve" where students of all ages will get involved in some type of community service.
Movies are powerful. They entertain, make us think, and make us feel valued. A Lexington community leader took advantage of that power Saturday. He took as many young African American men as he could to see the new "Black Panther" movie.
Devine Carama, hip-hop artist and owner of the children's non-profit "Believing in Forever, Inc.," comes by the studio to tell Meteorologist Eric Burke about the 3rd Annual "A Coat to Keep the Cold Away" clothing drive that aims to keep children warm this winter.