“Sesame Street” turned 50 years old on November 10.
The beloved children’s educational show Sesame Street gets a big upgrade this weekend — not too much unlike the city its fictionally based in: New York.
Elmo and Cookie Monster have long delighted young viewers on TV’s “Sesame Street,” but the recent antics of New York street performers dressed as the beloved characters have drawn the ire of city officials and now the show’s producers.
It was Elmo, cameras, and applause at WNET’s Annual Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street at which community leaders, philanthropists and celebrated personalities toasted the innovative partnerships, which have brought cutting edge programming to millions for decades.
Sesame Street and the Maccabeats — everything is better with a Passover theme. Here are some videos to fill the gaps between the Four Questions and the Ten Plagues.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who has recently been on the big screen with roles in such grown-up fare as “Lincoln,” “Looper” and “The Dark Knight Rises,” recently took a turn on children’s television with an appearance on Sesame Street. Watch below to see him talk about the word “reinforce” with Murray:
When Judy Brown first watched “Sesame Street,” she was appalled to see tush-shaking on the show. But it made her realize she wanted to raise her daughter to be proud of her body.
A man in an Elmo costume was ejected from Central Park and hospitalized after going on an anti-Semitic rant in the middle of the New York landmark.