Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood was not a simple show. And Fred Rogers was not a simple man. He was radical. Spiritual. Revolutionary. Maybe... more
On roller skating. On neighbor-hood. On love.
On being your best self. On the least of these. On the virtues of a cup of tea.
On growing up in the USSR. On loneliness and magic. On seeing and being seen.
On failure. On trying again. On doing enough.
On making TV that matters. On being vulnerable on screen. On doing the actual work.
On playing to the peanut gallery. On make believe. On what is essential, and where to find it.
On phone calls with King Friday. On commencement speeches. On where to find answers.
On not talking about it. On jocks. On talking about it. On religion. On feeling feelings.
On kiddie pools and racism. On sharing a towel with Officer Clemmons. On how to say, and not to say,... more
On bad days and bathtubs. On assassination and puppetry. On the mad that you feel.