"I want to show you something," intones Mister Rogers, showing these pikers how he's been terrifying children with his creepy clown prank since 1968. (more…)
Betty Aberlin is best known for playing the Land of Make-Believe local Lady Aberlin -- opposite Fred Rogers -- in the long running children's show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood." Guess what she looks like now!
Speaking of Mr. Rogers, Arielle Bernstein wrote about how the spirit of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood lives on in contemporary advice columns like Ask Polly (now a book!), Dear Sugar, and Ask Andrew W.K. Rogers offered something different...Show More Summary
We all have our complaints about TV content, but what we don't have are solutions. Of course, we can't all be like Mister Rogers.
Fred Rogers of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood has a beloved and famous quote about looking for the good in times of tragedy. “When I was a boy and I would see … Click to Continue »
(Fowl Language Comics/Brian Gordon) Borrow a child's stuff animal and try it. You'll feel better. And then, as Mister Rogers advised, look for the helpers.
Born in 1928 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania — a town which also produced golfer Arnold Palmer and Rolling Rock beer — Fred McFeely Rogers went on to become an American cultural icon. Though he lived most of his adult life in Pittsburgh, upon...Show More Summary
"I've never been on a song before." Producer and vocalist Burberry Perry released 6 new tracks Wednesday on SoundCloud, and one of them, "Beautiful Day," is the Mister Rogers theme song, with NSFW lyrics. This is where Kylie Jenner makes her talksinging/giggling debut. Show More Summary
Neighborly folk took to social media Friday to pay tribute to Fred Rogers, by sharing photos of themselves wearing the "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" host's trademark garment. Continue reading ? The post Hello, neighbor! #ItsABeautifulDay to pay tribute to Mister Rogers appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Actor and singer François Clemmons, who played Officer Clemmons for 30 years on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, talks about how and why Fred Rogers chose a black man to be a police officer on TV. To say that he didn't know what he was doing, or that he accidentally stumbled into integration or talking about racism or sexism, that's not Mister Rogers. Show More Summary
Happy birthday to Fred Rogers, everybody’s favorite neighbor. The Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood host, author, and educator would have been 88 today. Rogers believed in accepting others despite any differences, teaching by example, and making the world a better place — because the responsibility belongs to everybody. …Read More
The actor talks about how he "was not excited about being Officer Clemmons at all," and how all that changed.
From Eric Calderone (331Erock): So I was thinking. There seriously has been a ton of things Mister Rogers said on TV when I was a kid that I still try and practice today. Literally one of my heroes to this day. And I didn’t realize it...Show More Summary
This is a video of Youtuber 331Erock performing a metal version of the Mr. Roger's Neighborhood theme. You will either love it or hate it. If you hate it though, that is not very Mr. Rogers of you and you should be ashamed of yourself. Show More Summary
Guitarist Eric Calderone aka 331Erock performed an absolutely incredible heavy metal version of the beloved theme of classic children’s show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. What makes the performance so great, other than Calderone’s talent, is the touching respect he gives to the show and to Mister Rogers himself. So I was thinking. There seriously has been […]
Please won’t you be our neighbor? Musician 331Erock puts on his comfy cardigan, takes off his loafers, and turns the classic childhood theme song from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood into a rock tune.
Behind-the-scenes snapshots that haven't been seen in decades.
Fred Rogers was a rarity. The softspoken creator and host of the TV show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood devoted his life to encouraging the education and happiness of children and adults alike. Whether you remember his heartwarming rendition...Show More Summary
Whether or not you grew up watching Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, there's no doubt this video will leave you feeling inspired and emotional. Fred Rogers recorded this message just three months before his passing in 2003. Listening to him talk to fans both young and old helps us remember what's truly important in life. Show More Summary
Video from the special episode hasn't been seen in almost 35 years.