Draw a big yellow sun and bask in it. Cartoon Network is the No. 1 network for boys 6-11. The shocker: one of the cabler's big success stories isn't even animated.
Siblings remain committed to helping children overcome adversity
Variety's Power of Youth event isn't all fun and games, although there will be plenty of that on Saturday.
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When it comes to her clients, entertainment attorney Patti Felker doesn't care whether they're adults, adolescents or children. All that really matters to the power lawyer is inking the best possible…
After 16 years as a scribe for "Clarissa Takes It All," "Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!" and other children's programming, Suzanne Collins hit the stratospheric heights climbed by J.K. Rowling and Stephenie Meyer…
After being spotted dancing at a hip-hop class in London (one he was attending for fun), Tom Holland was asked to audition for the Royal Ballet School. There, director Stephen Daldry noticed the…
Taking over a leadership role at a record company will never be a drama-free proposition, but the path of succession followed by new Disney Music Group topper Ken Bunt has thus far been so smooth, it…
Mad about violence, she partnered with Childhelp
Thesp-singer has local ties to Vannie E. Cook Jr. children's cancer clinic
Bella Thorne changed Adam Griffin's career. . .
High school kids often dream of getting out of class, but MTV star Ashley Rickards made it come true.