a suggestion for my new book

Kevin Vahey kvahey@gmail.com
Tue May 18 17:46:12 EDT 2010

There are a number of 40-50 year olds nationally that know the zip 02134

A friend says (seriously) that the most famous Boston broadcaster is
Tom Bergeron. Eek

On 5/18/10, Scott Fybush <scott@fybush.com> wrote:
> On 5/18/2010 4:55 PM, Dan.Strassberg wrote:
>> A while back, somebody commented that Sesame St is not really a local
>> Boston show. It's no news to anybody that Sesame St is seen in every
>> major market in the US and probably just about every major market in
>> the world. But doesn't the show have Boston roots? I mean, isn't it
>> produced by WGBH? If so, I would pick a Muppet--probably Kermit, maybe
>> Ms Piggy or maybe the two of them.
> No Boston connection to Sesame Street at all of which I'm aware. The
> show was (and is) taped in New York City, where its production company
> (the former Childrens Television Workshop, now Sesame Workshop) is based.
> Perhaps you're thinking of ZOOM, which was indeed a WGBH production with
> deep Boston roots?
> s

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