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Who’s Pulling Your Strings? August 22, 2021

Posted by judylobo in Zoo.
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 Of all the things I missed during the COVID NYC shutdown – visiting museums was at the top of the list. Now that we are open again (with many restrictions) I am on a museum tear. This Museum Hack site says there are 145 NYC museums – guess I have lots of new places to explore. This new exhibit at the Museum of the City of NY is all about puppetry. Puppetry is a form of theater or performance that involves the manipulation of puppets – inanimate objects, often resembling some type of human or animal figure, that are animated or manipulated by a human called a puppeteer. I have always found puppets to be fun, instructive and occasionally scary. I encourage you to check out the whole museum – it is one of my favorites.


1. Irina - August 22, 2021

Some childhood memories with the puppets. I love starting Sunday with your great photos. If you haven’t checked out the Show Stoppers exhibit on 42nd Street, put it on your list.


judylobo - August 22, 2021

Thanks Irina. It is on my growing list of things to see and do.


2. Ellen Lee - August 22, 2021

Brings back wonderful memories of my childhood Howdy Doody, Lambchop, etc


judylobo - August 22, 2021

I didn’t know who many of the puppets were but it was fun to see some old firneds


3. Mary Radice - August 22, 2021

So so fun – you pulled my smile string – so thanks Judy! And speaking of strings – I once heard about a dog that ate a string of small holiday lights.The vet was able to remove them.and he said the dog was delighted! 🙂


judylobo - August 22, 2021

LOL – another Sunday smile for me


4. The Florida Sistah - August 22, 2021

Thanks for the many childhood memories!!! Roni, my brother Joe and I were on the Howdy Doody Show when we were kids. Very exciting for us Brooklyn rugrats 😊


judylobo - August 23, 2021

What fun. Not sure I knew that – or I forgot


5. fotobuff14 - August 22, 2021

Great pics as always. Lamb chop and Howdy Doody were always my favorites

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