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  1. Flash floods cause chaos across cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | NEWS.com.au

    ... to their communities under a landmark deal. YOU could have been forgiven for mistaking Minister Turnbull for Sesame Street character Count Von Count yesterday as he made cuts to the ABC. VIRGIN Australia has joined Qantas in reversing its negative ...

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  2. Sing-along out loud as Sesame Street Live - Elmo Makes Music makes its way to our shoresRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | The Star Online

    Meet the gang: The Sesame Street Live - Elmo Makes Music show takes place at the Genting International Showroom from Nov 28 till Jan 3, promising an edu-tainment fun time for the family. Were you a Sesame Street fan when you were growing up? What did you like best about the popular children's TV programme? Was it Jim Henson's fuzzy Muppets, catchy sing-along tunes or witty educational content that made learning enjoyable? For most of us, it must be all of the above.

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  3. Cookie Monster teaches self-controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Science Daily

    Preschoolers who watched videos of Cookie Monster practicing ways to control his desire to eat chocolate chip cookies had more self-control than preschoolers who didn't see the videos, a researcher has found. Who would have thought a Sesame Street video starring the Cookie Monster, of all characters, could teach preschoolers self-control? But that's exactly what Deborah Linebarger, an associate professor in the University of Iowa College of Education's Department of Teaching and Learning, found when she studied a group of preschoolers who watched videos of Cookie Monster practicing ways to control his desire to eat a bowl of chocolate chip cookies.

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  4. 'The Week' creates list of Sesame Street clips we wouldn't see on TV todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | WKXW-FM Trenton

    It's no secret that political correctness has taken over everything - even children's television shows. ' The Week ' has put together a hilarious list of 10 classic Sesame Street clips that we wouldn't be able to show our kids today.

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  5. Videos starring the Cookie Monster help preschoolers develop skills critical to school readinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Medical News Today

    Who would have thought a Sesame Street video starring the Cookie Monster, of all characters, could teach preschoolers self-control? But that's exactly what Deborah Linebarger, an associate professor in the University of Iowa College of Education's Department of Teaching and Learning, found when she studied a group of preschoolers who watched videos of Cookie Monster practicing ways to control his desire to eat a bowl of chocolate chip cookies. In fact, preschoolers who viewed the Cookie Monster video were able to wait four minutes longer than their peers who watched an unrelated Sesame Street video.

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  6. One Direction loves URead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | MySanAntonio.com

    ... No. 1 on the Billboard 200 next week. Preschoolers also have some 1D news to scream about this week thanks to "Sesame Street." The group will be appearing on an upcoming episode of the show's 45th season, and their clip -- a celebration of the ...

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  7. Setting family rules promotes healthier behavior in childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... serious cardiac and neurological symptoms, according to a new study presented ... Who would have thought a Sesame Street video starring the Cookie Monster, of all characters, could teach preschoolers self-control? Hospitalized premature infants are ...

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  8. Web to Watch: 5 Best videos of the weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | USA Today

    ... of the week. John Oliver nearly gives Cookie Monster a heart attack. The host of Last Week Tonight stopped by Sesame Street to offer Cookie Monster (aka Biscuit Monster) some terrifying travel tips. "I'm pouring my guts out so they can feel like ...

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  9. Web to Watch: 5 Best videos of the weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | USA Today

    ... of the week. John Oliver nearly gives Cookie Monster a heart attack. The host of Last Week Tonight stopped by Sesame Street to offer Cookie Monster (aka Biscuit Monster) some terrifying travel tips. "I'm pouring my guts out so they can feel like ...

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  10. Jimmy Kimmel Shows Off 'Sesame Street' Gone WildRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Hollywood Reporter

    In honor of Sesame Street 's 45th birthday, Jimmy Kimmel broadcast a special edition of his weekly tribute to the FCC, "This Week in Unnecessary Censorship." Only this time, it featured the puppets and citizens of the classic children's show getting down and dirty.

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  11. Caroll Spinney celebrates 45 years as Sesame Street's Big Bird and Oscar the GrouchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Daily Mail

    Caroll Spinney, 80, has been both Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch for the past 45 years since the show's first episode on Nov. 10, 1969 Beloved: Caroll Spinney, 80, is celebrating his 45th year with the beloved children's show Sesame Street in which he has played Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch since the show's first episode in 1969 celebrated it's 45th year on air this week and, with that, the man behind the show's leading puppet, Big Bird, is celebrating his 45th year as the big, yellow bird. Caroll Spinney, 80, has been both Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch for the past 45 years since the show's first episode on Nov. 10, 1969, according to CBC News .

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  12. John Doyle: Here's a serious-minded thriller, but don't expect sizzleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Globe and Mail

    ... teens. "Growing Up Gotti: 10 Years Later" airs Monday on A&E. (Nov. 7) Puppets Ernie (L) and Bert from Sesame Street are seen after they were donated to the National Museum of American History to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History ...

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  13. Friday A/V Club: Too Hot for Sesame StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph

    Monday marked the 45th anniversary of the first Sesame Street , and sites across the Internet have been honoring the occasion all week. Back when the show was turning 40, I pointed out one of the reasons it had been so successful: When the program's entertainers were at odds with its social engineers, the entertainers frequently won.

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  14. Thumbnails 11/14/14Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Chicago Sun-Times

    ... " 'Follow That Bird' is indelibly tragic ": The A.V. Club 's Marah Eakin reviews Ken Kwapis' wonderful 1985 Sesame Street film. "What I didn't remember until the re-watch was just how achingly sad 'Follow That Bird' is. Detailing Big Bird's quest to ...

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  15. Caroll Spinney celebrates 45 years as Seasame Street's Big BirdRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | CBC News

    Sesame Street celebrates it's 45th year on the air this week and puppeteer Caroll Spinney will also be celebrating 45 years playing two of the show's most iconic characters. Spinney, 80, has been Bird Bird and Oscar the Grouch since the first episode in 1969 and says he hopes to put in another five years.

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  16. Cookie Monster video helps preschoolers develop skills critical to school readinessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Medical News

    University of Iowa professor finds videos starring a favorite Sesame Street character helps preschoolers develop skills critical to school readiness Who would have thought a Sesame Street video starring the Cookie Monster, of all characters, could teach preschoolers self-control? But that's exactly what Deborah Linebarger, an associate professor in Teacher and Learning at the University of Iowa, found when she studied a group of preschoolers who repeatedly watched videos of Cookie Monster practicing ways to control his desire to eat a bowl of chocolate chip cookies. In fact, preschoolers who viewed the Cookie Monster video were able to wait four minutes longer than their peers who watched an unrelated Sesame Street video.

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  17. Which Sesame Street character are you?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | NEWS.com.au

    SESAME Street is all grown up and is celebrating its 45th birthday this week. Find out which Sesame Street character you are.

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  18. 'Too Many Cookies' is the sweetest 'Too Many Cooks' parody everRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Mashable

    YouTube channel Tough Pigs pays tribute to Adult Swim's viral video with the unbelievably adorable parody deliciously titled "Too Many Cookies." The Sesame Street -inspired "show" includes a one-Muppet cast of, naturally, Cookie Monster.

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  19. Cookie Monster teaches self-controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Who would have thought a Sesame Street video starring the Cookie Monster, of all characters, could teach preschoolers self-control? But that's exactly what Deborah Linebarger, an associate professor in Teacher and Learning at the University of Iowa, found when she studied a group of preschoolers who repeatedly watched videos of Cookie Monster practicing ways to control his desire to eat a bowl of chocolate chip cookies. In fact, preschoolers who viewed the Cookie Monster video were able to wait four minutes longer than their peers who watched an unrelated Sesame Street video.

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  20. Jon Stewart, now a film director, contemplates whata s nextRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | The Washington Post

    ... Show" after his release, Bahari made it clear that he didn't blame the host for his captivity. "I could be on 'Sesame Street,' and they would accuse Elmo of sedition," he joked. The two men became friends, and a conversation about Stewart producing ...

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