Some articles on kids, kid:
... On August 31, 1998, WADL would pick up Fox Kids programming (later FoxBox and 4KidsTV) on weekdays and weekends with programs such as Power Rangers, Batman The ... Previously, WKBD had aired Fox Kids even after losing its Fox affiliation ... As Fox Kids ended its weekday airings on Fox in 2002, WADL continued running the revamped Fox Box until the fall of 2003, when Fox's 4Kids TV Saturday morning lineup moved to another cross-town station ...
... "The reason it’s misspelled is because it’s from a drawing this kid gave us ... We played a show for a bunch of kids in South Central L.A.—Dorsey High ... there, so we went down there to her class and we played for the kids and it was super fun ...
... CW, the combined network utilized The WB's scheduling practices and brought the Kids' WB block, still run by Warner Bros ... and CBS, it would suspend the Kids' WB programming block due to the effects of children's advertising limits and cable competition, and sell the programming time to 4Kids ... Kids' WB ended broadcasting on all non-WUPA-TV affiliates on May 17, 2008, and on WUPA-TV on May 18, 2008 ...
... currently runs Vortexx, a successor of The CW4Kids (which in turn, was the successor of Kids' WB), on Saturday mornings ...
... Honey, I Shrunk the Kids The TV Show (truncated to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids in the show's title sequence) is an American syndicated science fiction sitcom based on the 1989 film ...
Famous quotes containing the word kids:
“But its hard to farm
Between the stumps:
The cows get thin, the milk tastes funny,
The kids grow up and go to college
They dont come back
the little fir-trees do”
—Gary Snyder (b. 1930)
“Man hands on misery to man.
It deepens like a coastal shelf.
Get out as early as you can,
And dont have any kids yourself.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)
“Mighty few young black women are doin domestic work. And Im glad. Thats why I want my kids to go to school. This one lady told me, All you people are gettin like that. I said, Im glad. Theres no more gettin on their knees.”
—Maggie Holmes, African American domestic worker. As quoted in Working, book 3, by Studs Terkel (1973)