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  • BIZ KID $ is the fun, new, fast-paced TV series where kids teach kids ... and giving back to the community. Spoofs of old TV shows and comedy sketches performed by a humorous cast of characters make the ...
  • You'll learn about the power and pitfalls of credit , which is essentially using someone else's money temporarily (for a price). Meet a young entrepreneur who used credit to start a successful bath salts business and another who launched a ... tale, we talk to a young woman who had fun buying with credit until she found herself in bankruptcy. ...
  • ... has exploded. Just look at the map. States hoping to cash in on a share of Hollywood production dollars have scrambled over the ... some local governments issue the incentives, which include cash rebates, tax credits and deductions. In exchange, film companies are ...
  • Did you know that your credit score could make the difference in whether or not you get into the college of your dreams? Your credit score could even impact whether or not you get the job you're applying for. Join the Biz Kids , and you'll learn about building good credit and how the ...
  • Don't live on borrowed time. Join the Biz Kids and you'll see the true cost of purchasing with credit . You'll also have an unsettling look at credit scores and the increasing number of people and places (employers, ...
  • You'll learn that anybody can be a Biz Kid with effort and the right attitude. Biz Kids identify a need, make a plan, and take action. Join us and ...
  • The Biz Kids learn the world of marketing through the "Project Lemonade ...
  • Kids and broccoli aren't traditionally a match, but studies show that if you teach children how to grow vegetables, they are more likely to eat it. Learning about their food sources will also lead to healthier lifestyles as they grow up. That's why P. Allen Smith is a big advocate of getting kids in the garden. Plus, meet some kids who are raising chickens in the city and learn how to design a...
  • ... for producing low- and moderate-budget television shows and films in California. [scald=27527:kl_image_original_context ... hardly afford a $500 million tax ($100 million per year) credit for Hollywood. Proponents point to a study by the Los Angeles County ...
  • ... and the violent aspects of social rituals in their shows . [scald=86392:kl_video_context {"additionalClasses":""}]Kipper ... Kids were both called Harry Kipper,) so we made these shows , called ceremonies, that were inspired by Japanese tea ceremonies and ...

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