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October 24, 1998 | DENISE GELLENE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Among the 36 top toys listed in the November issue of Sesame Street Parents magazine is one its readers may consider too hot to handle. It is My First Roadster by Fisher-Price, a $149 battery-operated buggy that's being recalled as a fire hazard. Ira Wolfman, editorial director of Sesame Street Parents, said the issue went to press before the government on Wednesday announced the recall of up to 10 million Fisher-Price vehicles--the largest recall ever involving a toy sold in stores.
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BUSINESS
October 24, 1998 | DENISE GELLENE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Among the 36 top toys listed in the November issue of Sesame Street Parents magazine is one its readers may consider too hot to handle. It is My First Roadster by Fisher-Price, a $149 battery-operated buggy that's being recalled as a fire hazard. Ira Wolfman, editorial director of Sesame Street Parents, said the issue went to press before the government on Wednesday announced the recall of up to 10 million Fisher-Price vehicles--the largest recall ever involving a toy sold in stores.
NEWS
November 17, 1996
Talk about niche publishing. Sesame Street Parents, the magazine from Children's Television Workshop, now has an offspring, the quarterly SPECIAL BABY EDITION aimed exclusively at parents with new babies.
HEALTH
November 22, 1999 | From Newsday
Those who are still on the fence about flu shots might want to visit the American Lung Assn.'s Web site at http://www.lungusa.com to learn about the important first line of defense. And just in time for the cold and flu season, the folks from "Sesame Street" are launching a new awareness project, called "Sesame Street Goes to the Doctor." Information about the awareness campaign has just been mailed to pediatricians and child-care providers throughout the country.
NEWS
August 18, 1999 | Baltimore Sun
Dust mites, the minute, spidery insects creeping around in your bedding and upholstery, long have been blamed for allergies. Now researchers are saying they also may be responsible for long-term lung damage in children. The situation is so serious that experts are urging families to remove any and all dust collectors, including stuffed animals and books, from children's bedrooms. Dust mites are the kin of spiders. They eat dead-skin flakes, animal dander and molds.
BUSINESS
November 26, 1998 | MARLA MATZER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Tyco's remote-controlled Psycho car performs many stunts, but its most impressive is making three influential toy lists this year: Family Fun magazine, Sesame Street Parents magazine and the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio. The feat almost guarantees a holiday sales spike for the $55 toy from the Mattel Inc., which is aimed at 7- to 10-year-olds. Writing a wish list or whispering in Santa's ear just won't do anymore.
NEWS
March 31, 1995 | PAUL D. COLFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; He is a columnist for Newsday
Grace Mirabella, the founder of the women's magazine that bears her mellifluous name, was planning to introduce the new editor in chief at a Fashion Week party scheduled for Saturday at the Bowery Bar in Manhattan. But the party has been canceled as the editor, Dominique Browning, and all the other staffers count down the hours to what may be the extinction of the magazine. Rupert Murdoch's News America Publishing Inc.
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