Local Authors on Mister Rogers’ Lessons
Join Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures for a virtual event with Gregg Behr and Ryan Rydzewski, authors of “When You Wonder, You’re Learning: Mister Rogers’ Enduring Lessons for Raising Creative, Curious, […]
Look to Fred Rogers for help on talking to kids about death, addiction, cancer — and even a pandemic
How to talk to your kids about big issues? “Everything Fred did was built on the idea that we can make what is mentionable, manageable.”
7 things to do with kids in Pittsburgh this week (when everything is canceled)
We found some local hands-on activities and online events to keep your kids’ minds occupied, so you don’t lose yours.
Joanne Rogers, Tom Junod and Bill Isler on the newest Mister Rogers movie
“I truly feel that I’m like the luckiest widow there is because I don’t have to give up all of him.”
5 behind-the-scenes secrets of ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’
Fred Rogers approached every storyline, prop, puppet and lyric from the perspective of how a child would perceive it.
Sneak peek: Watch the newest trailer for ‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’
Sony is feeding our anticipation with a second, just-released trailer.
We’re loving Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers in ‘It’s a Beautiful Day’ trailer. Watch it here.
Pittsburgh wouldn’t settle for anything less than an exceptional movie about our beloved Mr. Rogers.
From ‘Bubbleland’ to ‘Spoon Mountain,’ Fred Rogers’ works will cultivate opera fans among Pittsburgh kids
“Audiences can expect to see the full depth and breadth of Fred Rogers’ sometimes wild but always engaging imagination.”
Children’s Film Festival Opening Night- “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”
The festival kicks off with a celebration of Pittsburgh’s very favorite neighbor – Fred Rogers. The new documentary “Won’t You Be My Neighbor,” which chronicle’s the famous TV hosts’ life […]
Director Morgan Neville tells the behind-the-scenes story of ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’
“As a filmmaker, it was as rich a subject as you could hope for.”
10 ways to celebrate Mister Rogers’ 50th anniversary
“ ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’ was a show that touched people on a very personal level, granting children permission to feel feelings.”
Kidsburgh hero: Teen delivers warm message with sweater drive
Penn Hills teen Jackie Seltzer is dedicated to keeping kids warm this winter. She is one of the corps of volunteers with the 17th annual Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sweater Drive, hosted by The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh through Dec. 16. “Seeing this young lady as someone who believes in the mission, just like we do, and is working hard toward that goal, is something to take notice of,” says Stephanie Aaronson, , co-chair of the Community and Special Engagement Committee for The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh Ambassadors: Kids at Heart.