A modern day musician is putting a new spin on an old favorite.
Friday, March 20 would have been Fred Rogers’ 87th birthday. His legacy will be celebrated all weekend with Be My Neighbor Day, along with other activities around Pittsburgh.
Fred Rogers entered his “house” in a raincoat, when Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood debuted on public television in 1968.
Glowing in the mid-day sun, the bronze statue of children’s television icon Fred Rogers regains its original luster.
PBS Digital Studios has unveiled another Mister Rogers remix video, and fans are noticing.
Target stores in Canada started opening this month, but the ad campaign for the new chain stores has many upset.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to PBS’ Matt Graham about how they come up with the viral Mr Rogers video, “Garden of Your Mind.”
Pittsburgh is known for its professional sports teams, but its art scene is just as impressive. If you’re looking for something different to do in the city, look no further than a visit to the art museums and the free public art around Pittsburgh. Here is the top five list of best iconic works of art in our city to get you started on your tour.
Fred Rogers passed away nine years ago, but the legacy of “Mister Roger’s Neighborhood” lives on.
It’s spring time now, but when a chill hits the air once again next fall, hundreds of people are going to keep warm thanks to a 13-year-old boy scout from Point Breeze.