enjoying playing with the americans? during their trip, the afghanis visited washington, d.c. they toured the national museum of natural history, met a senator, dined in a diner, as well as in a typical american home, and even learned to play wii. but no doubt the highlight was a sold-out concert at the world-famous carnegie hall. [ middle eastern folk music plays ] they played traditional folk songs and western classics, ending with a crowd favorite, ravel's "boléro." [ ravel's "boléro" plays ] the next time you complain about having to practice piano or flute, remember, in some parts of the world, music isn't just music. it's the sound of freedom. [ music ends ] [ cheers and applause ] [ bat cracks, crowd cheers ] >> one of the most influential players in all of baseball history was jackie robinson. robinson, on april 15, 1947, became the first african-american ballplayer to ever appear in a major league baseball game. he has since been inducted into the hall of fame, and his number, 42, has been retired by every single major league baseball team. i'm matt with "teen kid news."
cortlandt manor. this historic location is not far from where washington irving's legendary headless horseman chased ichabod crane. [ horse whinnies ] [ man screams ] >> we are in the midst of "sleepy hollow" country. this is the home of the american heritage of halloween, and we've always had fantastic halloween events in this area, and this is probably one of the best. >> more than 4,000 pumpkins are used to create all sorts of clever and spooky scenes. for some displays, artificial pumpkins are needed. but most are real. >> we are in front of our "jurassic park" installation, where we have giant, life-sized dinosaurs that are constructed of, in some cases, more than 100 pumpkins. we sketch them from anatomy books and create them so that they're accurate. each pumpkin represents a specific bone on the dinosaur. >> everywhere you walk, you see imagination at work. >> i think this is definitely one of our most impressive exhibits. this is a huge spider web, 50 foot around, and you've got a mother spider on the web, you've got little baby spiders along the ground, and it's just a real
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