We’re no where near the middle of outrage from proposed congressional budget cuts, the most visible of which would eliminate funding for staples like the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Sesame Street in particular made headlines switching from PBS funding to HBO, though both it, and Jimmy Kimmel have now placed Big Bird in the spotlight to address the historic cut.
As weird as it still feels to think of Sesame Street on HBO, the educational gang have officially made their big move ahead of the January 16 premiere. Then again, why tell you how to get to the new Sesame Street, when we can show you in a new trailer and poster?
I usually avoid most of these online surveys that try to identify what type of person you are and then spit out which celebrity or number or character you are most like. But, I've always loved the Muppets and I couldn't resist.
Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:
1775: The United States Marine Corps is founded (more info)
1871: Henry Morton Stanley locates missing explorer and missionary Dr. David Livingstone, famously greeting him with the words, "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" (more info)
Brad Paisley visited more than 30 cities on his 2011 world tour and he’s gearing up to hit the road next year for a string of dates with Scotty McCreery, but he couldn’t say no when he was recently asked to do an extra bit of traveling – to Sesame Street.
He and his wife, actress Kimberly Williams Paisley, appeared as part of an upcoming prime time special dedicated to helping fight childhood hung