A crossover blog.

I suppose this blog could be compared to the crossover episodes that used to be commonplace among prime time sitcoms. You know what I mean. Like the time Boss Hogg and Rosco showed up at Mel's Diner on Alice.

I don't often mix the various websites and blogs that I am a part of, however, this being the closest thing that I have to a "personal blog," I feel like I need to break the norm and mention something really cool from my other (more successful) blog.

For anyone who may not know and/or anyone who has never visited my other blog, I am a dedicated fan of Fred Rogers and as a parent and educator have come to gain a deep appreciation for his life's work. My other blog, which I spend significantly more time on than on this one, is dedicated to the remembrance and recognition of "all things Mister Rogers."

About a month ago, I had the privilege of visiting the original filming location of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood in Pittsburgh and was treated to an up-close look at many of the original pieces from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe set.

  
If you were like me -- one of the countless kids who grew up watching Mister Rogers' Neighborhood -- I'd like to point you in the direction of some recent posts on my other blog full of pictures detailing these awesome pieces of pop culture history.

3 comments:

Shawn Robare said...

Cool, downloaded your podcast and I'm listening to it now...

TL said...

Shawn -- Hope you enjoy it. Watching a 30 minute episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood is too much for some people. Let alone listening 30 minutes of people talking about Mister Rogers' Neighborhood!

Shawn Robare said...

You might be surprised. When Jerzy, Kevin and I first started breaking down cartoons like He-Man on the Saturday Supercast podcast we thought the same thing. Try as we might we couldn't get the episodes under 2+ hours. The response so far has been "longer please." You just never know...