Sesame Street Gets A New York City Address

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How do you get to Sesame Street? Walk down a stretch of Columbus Avenue at 64th Street in New York City, which has temporarily been named "123 Sesame Street" in honor of the show's 40th anniversary, NBC New York reports.

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New York City has also proclaimed today, Nov. 10, "Sesame Street Day." The show's set design was actually based on several blocks on the Upper West Side, Harlem and the Bronx, but it was intended to bring educational skills to inner city kids across the United States.

First Lady Michelle Obama will appear on the season premiere today and discuss eating fruits and vegetables. The 40th anniversary show will kick off a two-season focus on the environment called "My World is Green and Growing."

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