This week a statue will be dedicated in dowtown Pittsburgh in honor of Fred Rogers. The bronze sculpture — 10 feet, 10 inches in height and weighing more than 7,000 pounds — was sculpted by Robert Berks and will be unveiled November 5th. In addition, WQED, the PBS station in Pittsburgh that was the home of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, is renaming its studio after the kiddie show host. He was on the air at PBS for 40 years successfully entertaining children with no violence, little commercialism, and almost no special effects. Think about it.
Mr. Rogers: Gone But Not Forgotten
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