I like museums. I do. I like being surrounded by anything that’s older than I am. It makes me feel young. However, I only go to museums a couple of times a year. I think I would go more, if there were Muppets. Museums traditionally lack Muppets. Well…it’s as if the Smithsonian has been reading my journal again, because they’re offering up a heaping helping of the fuzzy critters in a new exhibition running now through October 5! Jim Henson’s Fantastic World offers fans a rare peek into the imagination of this brilliant innovator and creator. The exhibition documents Henson’s process of “visual thinking” through works of art, photographs, documents, Muppets and other 3-D objects, as well as film and video clips. After its stay in Washington, they’re taking the show on the road to museums throughout the country. You can read all about it here. I’m going to head to Washington before too long, but if you see it before I do, please give us the scoop! Now, if I can only get them to add an exhibition dedicated to He-Man


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