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Shrekked
Why are readers responding passionately about a simple film review?
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Big Trouble at Big Idea
Former workers worry that Jonah could sink the company
Subscriber Access Only Entertainment: Jonah has boffo box office.
But Big Idea lays off 30 in 'heartbreaking' cuts
Subscriber Access Only Running Out of Miracles
Big Idea creator Phil Vischer had his dream crumble, but he's no longer s-scared.
Subscriber Access Only (The Voice of) Larry the Cucumber Speaks
Nobody thinks growing up that they're going to be a cucumber.
Subscriber Access Only Cutting Out VeggieTales' Core
NBC broadcasts pare down God talk.
Subscriber Access Only Big Idea Loses Suit
Jury says creator of VeggieTales owes $11 million to ex-distributor
Subscriber Access Only Putting Big Idea Back Together
Subscriber Access Only VeggieTales' Top Tomato
Phil Vischer's tenacious campaign to dominate family entertainment
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Veggies for Sale
Is Christian music popular among pirates? And other stores from online sources around the world
Subscriber Access Only Wasn't That a Mighty Fall
Martha Stewart, VeggieTales, and Narnia revisted.
Subscriber Access Only Big Idea Responds to CT Article
Phil Vischer, CEO and founder, issues a statement regarding company's financial status
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VeggieTales Creators File for Bankruptcy
"Bob the Tomato and friends sold to company that already has Lassie, Lone Ranger, and Rudolph"
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Watch Your Vegetables, Johnny
Watch Your Vegetables, Johnny
Subscriber Access Only The Serious Business of Silly Songs
The director of music for the VeggieTales talks about bringing musical depth to the score
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Do Christian Schools Produce Good Citizens? The Evidence Says Yes.
Do Christian Schools Produce Good Citizens? The Evidence Says Yes.
Christian private school graduates are just as engaged in their communities as their public school peers—if not more.
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