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50 things to be thankful for in 2018

There's no denying 2018 has absolutely tested our patience, but it turns out the year hasn't been complete trash. Beyond some of the most important aspects of life like your loved ones and your health, 2018 has truly given us a lot of good. From
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This photo of Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers is magical

The first image of Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers is here and it will brighten your day. Tom Hanks will be playing Mister Rogers in an upcoming untitled biopic, and seeing him in that iconic red cardigan and blue sneakers is heartwarming. Take a look:
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15 Mister Rogers quotes for when you need a friendly neighbor

Won't You Be My Neighbor?, the recently released Mister Rogers biopic, has everyone weeping with a nostalgic, foreign emotion: joy. Between the #MeToo movement and a president who plucks babies away from their parents, it's hard to think of men in
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Why Mister Rogers’ message of love and kindness is good for your health

The release of the Mister Rogers documentary, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” calls to mind the essential message of Rogers’ long-running children’s program, “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” Fred McFeely
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10 things we learned from 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' that we'll never forget

Television has introduced us to a series of unforgettable neighbors, from Boy Meets World's Mr. Feeny to Sister, Sister's pesky Roger. But there is perhaps no television neighbor more iconic than Mister Rogers from PBS' Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
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Start your day by crying to the 'Won't You Be My Neighbor?' trailer

Five little words cemented Fred Rogers in the hearts of America and the history of television. The upcoming documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor? takes a closer look at Rogers, who died in 2003, and the indelible legacy of his show Mister Rogers'
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The ‘radical’ legacy of television’s Mister Rogers

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