Life is an American magazine published in some form since 1883. In 1936 it was purchased by the owner of Time and has together jointly published a number of products including magazines, records and home video.
- The October 31, 1969 issue featured a brief article on the upcoming premiere of Sesame Street: "In just an hour a day, fewer learning cavities." The article included a photo of Jim Henson in his workshop, with Ernie, Bert, Kermit the Frog and Beautiful Day Monster.
- In August 1980, Miss Piggy appeared on the cover in a mock campaign for President of the United States, supported by Kermit and a number of enthusiastic frogs.
- Kermit appeared on the cover of the July 1990 issue to commemorate the life of Jim Henson shortly after his passing.
- Oscar the Grouch was a guest editor for the online November 5, 2009 edition, where he supplied "'Sesame' Stories", a pictorial scrapbook of his memories of Sesame Street's 40th Anniversary.
- Miss Piggy appears in a fake cover in The Miss Piggy Cover Girl Fantasy Calendar. She is seen parachuting into an army camp as entertainment during World War II.
- In episode 110 of The Muppet Show, during the panel discussion of the meaning of life, Harvey Korman mentions that he owns the last issue of Life magazine.
- ↑ "The Reflections of Oscar the Grouch", Oscar the Grouch, Guest editor, November 5, 2009. Life Magazine.