Surely everyone knows that SESAME STREET is an important and useful broadcast educational tool. But did you know the Sesame Workshop is working behind the scenes to assist migrant families separated at the border?
The Atlantic has an amazing article on the subject. Click HERE to read.
What’s happening, what’s on and what’s interesting this week …
For millennia, only soldiers understood the paradox of war – the terror and pain in tandem with the exhilaration and profound sense of purpose. On this Memorial Day, explore the warrior’s story with insight and unflinching candor on GOING TO WAR – tonight at 9 on UNC-TV.
Ah, vintage Sesame Street. The good ole days when Kermit was still a regular and Cookie Monster was a bottomless pit of unadulterated id. And as far as I’m concerned, next to John Cleese, no one does raw, unchecked comedic anger better than Jim Henson.
Fans of Sesame Street know that one of the most trusted Muppet-toy relationships belongs to Big Bird and his teddy bear (Ernie and Rubber Duckie being a close second). The little brown bear was given to Big Bird as a special gift from the late Mr. Hooper so it’s understandable that it would be his most treasured possession. The teddy bear has been a friend and confidante to Big Bird making it much more than a transitional object to our fine feathered friend. Over the years, the stuffed toy has been featured in many Sesame Street storylines and merchandise. But what is the bear’s name?Continue reading →