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Rally4Babies Because Success Starts Early

Joanne Goldblum | Posted 08.31.2013 | Impact
Joanne Goldblum

When infants and toddlers get a strong start, our nation prospers. Learning happens from the start, and so should our investments in children.

10 Rules for Making An Awesome Kids Mix CD

Rob Sachs | Posted 05.04.2013 | Parents
Rob Sachs

The very first thing you should do is to simply ask your child what songs they like. This may sound obvious, but it's easy to forget this step in your zeal to put in music you think they like or want them to like.

Balancing Work and Motherhood

Laurie Berkner | Posted 12.10.2012 | Parents
Laurie Berkner

I spent all that time getting ready for birth / And I think of my good friend, who said, / "Remember Laurie, this is just the curtain rising, / The real show is what lies ahead."

A Tom Morello Video Exclusive, Chatting With Dave Koz and Laurie Berkner, Plus Ani DiFranco's Download

Mike Ragogna | Posted 02.15.2012 | TV
Mike Ragogna

Tom Morello: The Watchman features an intimate conversation with Morello about the "high-wire act" of embarking on a solo career, the impetus behind his storied musical career and how his definition of "heavy music" has changed over the years.

DVDs: Ellery Queen, Rush, Casey Affleck and More

Michael Giltz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Michael Giltz

In this roundup of new DVDs and Blu-Rays, we take a look at the darker-than-dark noir film The Killer Inside Me, the "Mexican New Wave" drama I'm Gonna Explode, and a slew of recently released TV shows.

The Business of Music III: A Conversation with Razor & Tie's Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam

Mike Ragogna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna

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Not Just Kid Stuff: From Kidz Bop to The Fuzzy Stones

Mike Ragogna | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Read More: Kenny Loggins, Linda Ronstadt, Jason & the Scorchers, Gorillaz, Lisa Loeb, Janis Ian, The Fuzzy Stones, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Dan Zanes, Kelly Clarkson, James Blunt, The Music Man, John Mayer, The Wizard of Oz, The Sound of Music, Bette Midler, Mary Poppins, Hans Christian Anderson, Timbaland, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Robert B. Sherman, Van Hunt, Tom CHapin, Peter Paul & Mary, The Jackson 5, Daughtry, Fleischer Brothers, Millie Jackson, Pbs, Teddy Pendegrass, Black Eyed Peas, Think Tree, Barney & Friends, Fergie, George Benson, Dr. John, Elmo, Pete Fitzpatrick, Gwen Stefani, Teddy Geiger, Todd Tobias, The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet, They Might Be Giants, Al Jarreau, Tracy Bonham, Taylor Swift, Smash Mouth, Laurie Berkner, Cobra Verde, Pink, Jack Johnson, The New Zoo Review, David Seville, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, The Monkees, Justin Timerblake, Barenaked Ladies, Barney, Laurel & Hardy, Buck Howdy, Rankin & Bass, Miley Cyrus, Sesame Street, The Original P, National Geographic, The Wiggles, Britney Spears, Clem Snide, The Blue Man Group, Brad Robinson, Harry Chapin, Judy Garland, Billy Joel, The Beatles, Douglas "Truth" Smith, Lou Rawls, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Robert Pollard, Peanuts, Carly Simon, Public Broadcasting System, Ohio, Plain White T’S, Nikka Costa, Count Zero, Naftule's Dream, Cleveland Scene, Jim Henson, Bing Crosby, The Partridge Family, Rhianna, Dr. Suess, Green Day, Beyoncé, Texas, Looney Tunes, Fat Albert, Justin Roberts, Kidz Bop, Marlo Thomas, Kate Taylor, The Sippycups, Farmer Jason, Josie & the Pussycats, Guided by Voices, Gang of Four, The Chipmunks, The Doobie Brothers, Nelly, Alicia Keys, The Simon Sisters, Richard M. Sherman, Eric Paul, James Taylor, The Archies, Bruce Springsteen, Putumayo, How I Met Your Mother, Sony Wonder, Neil Patrick Harris, Fall Out Boy, Raffi, Baby Einstein, Robert Louis Stevenson, William Blake, Robert Burns, Edward Lear, Lewis Carroll, Veggie Tales, Red Skelton, The Red Skelton Show, Jackie Gleason, Lawrence Welk, The Jackie Gleason Show, The Lawrence Welk Show, Itunes, Fraggle Rock, Entertainment News
Mike Ragogna

When did children's music get so awful? It wasn't always as painful to listen to. Some historic recordings, though not exactly classified as "children's," have been cherished forever.