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Jane Nebel Henson — who was married to the late Muppets creator Jim Henson and played an integral role in creating the various puppets — died Tuesday morning, a representative for the Jim Henson Company said. She was 79.
Each day brings new evidence of the left's hatred for Christians and other traditionalists, but the smear campaign against Christian-owned Chick-fil-A sets a new low.
It's the Muppets and the mayor of Boston against an ex-governor of Arkansas, as comments by a top executive of the Chick-fil-A fast-food chain in defense of Christian values and traditional marriage are cooking up a healthy side order of controversy.
Hey, Gary E. Johnson's still standing, still touring: the Libertarian presidential hopeful, in fact, is quite cheerful these days, having drawn 5 percent of the national vote in multiple polls. The phenomenon has prompted Mr. Johnson to insist he be included in presidential debates with President Obama and Mitt Romney, which begin Oct 3.
It seems so familiar to us now — puppet characters on television that are so real, so expressive, so alive that we forget there's a human being doing the actual work behind the scenes. There's a reason that's so familiar, the organizers of an exhibit opening this weekend in New York say: Jim Henson.
Lady Gaga came into the Grammys hidden in an egg but she hatched a winner _ she captured three trophies by mid-evening, including best pop vocal album for "The Fame Monster."
Lady Antebellum's yearning crossover smash "Need You Now" was crowned song of the year by the Grammys.