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Albuquerque Museum hosting exhibition on Jim Henson, Muppets, and more

We can’t tell you how to get to Sesame Street. But if you take U.S. Highway 550 down to Interstate 25, get off at the exit for Interstate 40, head left on Rio Grande Boulevard, left on Mountain Road, and right on 19th Street, you can meet some of the cast. So to speak.

The Albuquerque Museum is hosting “The Jim Henson...

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