Mister Rogers, the iconic television host, was a Presbyterian minister—but his show touched people of all faiths.
(Flashing lights) Screen Rant talks about 10 popular children’s shows, including Sailor Moon, Tiny Toons and Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, which had episodes banned for various reasons, not all of them reasonable.
For many people out there--a 'swinging' Friday night is made up of dinner, drinks, dancing and debauchery. For my sister and I a 'swinging' Friday night consisted of Wendys, drinking a bottle of wine, dancing to Stevie Wonder in my living room and then watching Mr Rogers Neighborhood. Show More Summary
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Tomorrow’s semifinal will match the “Swiss Misters” when Federer takes on countryman Stan Wawrinka, who trounced South African Kevin Anderson, 6-3, 6-3, 6-0, at Louis Armstrong Stadium. Roger Federer is back in the semifinals of the U.S. Open for the 10th time. ?No doubt about it: I think I played a very good match, ?
A beloved TV series that aired in various forms for almost four decades has been added by Netflix. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that starting today, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015, episodes of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” are being offered for the first...
To borrow from the wisdom of Mister Rogers, "confronting our feelings and giving them appropriate expression always takes strength, not weakness." So bravo to brave 4-year-old Andrew Macias. When a KTLA 5 News reporter asked the boy if he was excited to start pre-kindergarten, at first the little guy seemed thrilled. Show More Summary
Mister, We Could Use A Chief Justice Like Roger Taney Again Chalk up another crackpot position that’s gone utterly Republican mainstream: On Sunday, business mogul Donald Trump came out in support of ending birthright citizenship — and on Monday, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker joined him. Ohio Gov. John Kasich said recently that he didn’t think the […]
Fred Rogers, the beloved creator of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, never marched in the black civil rights movement led by Martin Luther King, Jr. Although the registered Republican was far from a street protestor, Rogers eventually became a quiet advocate of racial integration. Show More Summary
"This series is a cross between 'Mister Roger's Neighborhood' and 'Twin Peaks.'"
Yes, Fred Rogers was a gentle soul who liked us just as we are. But if we place him in historical context, we can see that he was also politically progressive and fiercely dedicated to sharing his values of radical nonviolence and justice. Show More Summary
The Adequate Man is almost assuredly a boozer. Most abstainers do so because their sobriety is mandated by either higher-order preoccupations—see Chuck D, Thomas Edison, and Mister Fred Rogers—or legal/medical necessity, as with your cousin Jeff and your other two cousins Jeff. Read more...
What a lunchtime walk with Mister Rogers taught me about love, courage, integrity, and fatherhood. —- We stepped outside the studios of WQED into the warm sunshine. Fred Rogers—wearing a navy blazer, bow tie, and his signature blue sneakers—looked...Show More Summary
It seems rather fitting that the birthday of the late Fred McFeely Rogers (1928-2003) - the renowned, award-winning creator and host of the creative children's television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood - falls on the first day of...Show More Summary
Would you be mine? Could you be mine? Won't you be my neighbor? Fred Rogers, the star of the classic PBS show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," would've turned 87-years-old on March 20. When you think of Mr. Rogers you likely think of either his miniature town or his cardigans. Show More Summary
Mister Rogers can still make us feel better. On the 12th anniversary of Fred Rogers' death Friday, the Fred Rogers Company posted a poignant video message from the "Mister Roger's Neighborhood" host. In the clip, Rogers sits at a piano and addresses all of his neighbors, young and old. Show More Summary
Just a few months before his death in 2003, the wonderfully eloquent Fred Rogers recorded a message to all of the children, most of whom are now adults, who grew up watching Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood in its original form. The message that he conveys is kind, loving, proud and poignant all at the same time, […]
Fred Rogers helped generations of children grow up into healthy adults. He told us all that he loved us just the way we were and he made the world a better place by being just the person that he was. Shortly before he died 12 years ago, he recorded a brief video message to the adults whom he nurtured through his television work. Show More Summary
Fred Rogers is part of the childhood memories of many who came of age in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. His show Mister Rogers Neighborhood was a staple on PBS and showed Rogers to be a gentle and warm figure. On Friday, February 27th,Show More Summary