A new film on beloved children's television icon Fred Rogers hits theaters next month. Rogers' moral values contributed to the power and appeal of his neighborhood.
By L. Benjamin Rolsky, The Conversation
A biographical film is delicate territory. Here are eight films that have avoided the pitfalls of an off-base biopic, according to two critics.
By Courtney Norris
Since Rogers’ death, evidence has mounted that he was on to something – namely, that love and kindness truly are healthful, and that people who express them regularly really do lead healthier lives.
By Richard Gunderman, The Conversation
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, in the aftermath of the terror attack in Manchester, writer Anthony Breznican took to Twitter to recount how the late television icon Fred Rogers of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” comforted him during a…
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By Lora Strum
Children's TV icon Mister Rogers became a lesson in kindness after the Manchester attack.
By Joshua Barajas
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.
By Vanessa Dennis
Fred Rogers recorded a message for those who grew up watching "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" a few months before he died.
Words of Hope and Healing After Crisis: Message From Mr. Rogers Goes Viral…
Fred Rogers, the television host who invited children into "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" for more than three decades, died at his Pittsburgh home Thursday of stomach cancer at the age of 74.
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