Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: “Mister Rogers still a favorite neighbor”

When Fred Rogers died 10 years ago today at age 74, there was no question that his legacy would endure. What's perhaps more surprising is just how frequently he continues to pop up in the American cultural landscape. Here are just a few of the ways Mister Rogers has continued to touch our lives: The Fred M. Rogers Center for Early Learning...

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Choosing Tech Toys for Tots: No Small Parent Feat

Digital media has infiltrated every aspect of our lives, how we communicate, shop, organize and get our news. It’s also invading the world of play as touch screen tablets, eBooks, smartphones and mobile apps are defining virtual toy chests for children as young as tots learning to walk and talk. [q_button type='transparent_button' size='medium' text='Read More' icon_pack='font_awesome' fa_icon='' fe_icon='' icon_color='' link='http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2013/02/15/choosing-tech-toys-for-tots-no-small-parent-feat/' target='_self'...

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Appolicious Advisor Rating for “Alien Assignment” 5 of 5 bars

It would have been a surprise if a game released by the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children's Media had been anything less than stellar. Alien Assignment lives up to the expectation. In the simple storyline the Gloop family's spaceship has a mishap with a wayward satellite and crashes. Siblings Gleep and Glop send players on a scavenger hunt...

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