1 The Muppet Mindset: Sesame Street Week: Day 2 - The World Celebrates the Street

Nov 9, 2009

Sesame Street Week: Day 2 - The World Celebrates the Street

NOTE: Our very special interview planned for today has been pushed back due to our very special interviewee needing more time to complete the questions. We will publish the interview as soon as we are able! Thank you for understanding!

Be sure to catch Elmo and Rosita on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon tonight on NBC at 12:35am ET/PT!


Today we take a look at how the world has turned out to celebrate Sesame Street's 40th Anniversary. There have been tons and tons of newspaper and blog articles discussing the happiest street in the world, along with videos interviewing the Muppets of the Street. Here is a rundown of what the world has been saying:

THE MEDIA
Google, of course, has been featuring the Sesame Street characters for the past six days, concluding tomorrow. Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Bert and Ernie, Elmo, and The Count have all appeared so far.





NPR talks with Christopher Cerf, Jeff Moss, and Frank Oz

"The New York Times" wants your question for Caroll Spinney and Carol-Lynn Parente

Big Bird answers your questions with "The New York Times"

"The Montreal Gazette" and article roundup

"Galaxy Yorkshire"

"Los Angeles Times"

"The USA Today"

"The Globe and Mail"

"National Geographic"

"Cake Wrecks" Blog shows off some of the best Sesame Street cakes

"Mental Floss" discusses the Street's fictional guest stars

JournalStar.com "Your memories of 'Sesame Street'"

"Pittsburgh Post Gazette": Sesame Street Characters Alternate Jobs

DENNews.com: "How do you get to Sesame Street?"

VIDEO
"Good Morning America" celebrates Sesame Street

"Rocketboom" interviews (and dances) with Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, and Elmo

Oscar the Grouch on "The Bonnie Hunt Show"

Elmo, Cookie Monster, and Abby Cadabby on "Today" last Friday

"The Associated Press" talks with Caroll Spinney

Celebrities discuss the Street on CNN

Check back tomorrow for our birthday party for Sesame Street!





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