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Sesame Street (tv program)

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  • Parenting roundtable, take one

    Parenting roundtable, take one
    One of the best things about becoming a mother is getting to talk parenthood with other mothers. At the playground, at the zoo, over wine. I've always felt incredibly lucky to be surrounded by such a wonderful (and fun) group of mothers. My own mother and...
  • Despite scandal, Kevin Clash gets four Daytime Emmy nominations

    Despite scandal, Kevin Clash gets four Daytime Emmy nominations
    Kevin Clash resigned from his high-profile puppeteering gig on "Sesame Street" in November 2012 amid allegations of having sexual relations with multiple underage boys. But despite the scandal, Clash's work as the man behind Elmo helped get him four...
  • 'Sesame Street' introduces new Latino character, Armando

    "Sesame Street" has concluded its search for the new Latino character who will be moving on to the cozy New York address for the show's 44th season. And the lucky guy is actor Ismael Cruz Cordova, a Puerto Rican actor who's been seen previously on "The...
  • TBS picks up Bill Lawrence comedy 'Ground Floor'

    TBS picks up Bill Lawrence comedy 'Ground Floor'
    Bill Lawrence's "Cougar Town" will return with new episodes in 2014, and it will be joined by his new comedy, "Ground Floor," co-created with "2 Broke Girls" writer Greg Malins. The series, which is expected to premiere its 10-episode first season in...
  • Anchee Min on her memoir, "The Cooked Seed"

    In “Red Azalea,” her best-selling 1994 memoir, Anchee Min told the compelling story of her childhood and early adulthood in China during the Cultural Revolution. The daughter of former teachers who were reassigned to jobs as manual laborers in...
  • "The Miss Neo Pageant" at the Neo-Futurarium ★★★½

    "The Miss Neo Pageant" at the Neo-Futurarium ★★★½
    "The Miss Neo Pageant"  "It is my privilege to present to you five incredible and talented women onstage," a disembodied voice announces at the show's outset, "all vying to win the respect and acknowledgment that supposedly comes with developing into...
  • 'The Simpsons' to kill off character this season

    'The Simpsons' to kill off character this season
    "The Simpsons" may be going strong in its 25th season, but a major character from the long-running animated series will soon meet his or her maker. In a conference call with reporters last week, executive producer Al Jean revealed plans to kill off a...
  • Review: Afghanistan's first independent TV venture examined in 'The Network'

     Review: Afghanistan's first independent TV venture examined in 'The Network'
    "The Network," Eva Orner's well-intended if rudimentarily told and structured documentary, follows the formation and development of Afghanistan's first independent television network, Tolo TV, by Afghan expatriate Saad Mohseni in the years following the...
  • MTV looks to food and virgins for new reality series

    MTV looks to food and virgins for new reality series
    Food, more food, therapy and virgins are the topics of four new reality series MTV announced on Wednesday. Surely the series most likely to provoke discussion is what MTV is calling the "Untitled Virgins Project," a reality series following various...
  • Stephen Colbert and celebrity friends 'Get Lucky' to Daft Punk hit

    Sure, the president was on  “The Tonight Show” Tuesday, but it was Stephen Colbert who easily had the most memorable moment of the night. To celebrate his annual summer concert series, “StePhest Colbchella  '013,” the host donned...
  • PBS' 'Latino Americans' aims to expand on a complex U.S. history

    PBS' 'Latino Americans' aims to expand on a complex U.S. history
    When Jeff Bieber was growing up as "a Jewish kid from Queens," his awareness of Mexican American border culture largely consisted of owning a Davy Crockett coonskin cap. "I suppose you knew about the Alamo, but the word 'Tejano,' I had no clue," says...