Documentary film ‘Street Gang’ reveals engaging parents with their kids was what made the classic show’s mix of educational goals and wild creativity work.
The days of sitting a child before the TV for 30 minutes of unsupervised edutainment are long gone — the transformation of ‘Sesame Street’ proves it.
Watching a cross-dressing gay man interact with their favorite TV characters is sure to affect impressionable young minds.
However much your child may like Big Bird, in an age of overwhelming diversity in the programming available to consumers, PBS doesn’t deserve a single penny from taxpayers.
There’s something odd about ‘Sesame Street,’ a show developed specifically to boost low-income kids, keeping its content behind a paywall for nine months.
Once upon a time, the idea that Bert and Ernie were not merely roommates but shacking up was borne of immature humor that would be condemned in many quarters today.
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