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at the Mr Rogers film premier…with my Mr Rogers T-shirt…. oh boy.

Advocates say government gave no thought to reuniting children separated at the border


While hundreds of migrant children have reportedly been reunited with their parents after being forcibly separated, the complicated and chaotic situation raises doubt and fear for many. 99 more words

News

Shields and Brooks on family separation at the border, remembering Charles Krauthammer


Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join John Yang to discuss the week’s news, including the national uproar over the separation and detention of migrant children and parents at the border and the prospects for immigration reform, plus tributes to conservative commentator Charles Krauthammer. 12 more words

News

Cables’ Saving Grace for Saturday Night

Sure, Friday night sucked with only M*A*S*H on for comfort.

Thanks to my PBS station, I am catching a rerun of the “Concert for George.” The friends of the late George Harrison got together on the one year anniversary of his passing, as a salute and fund raiser to my favorite Beatle. 151 more words

George Harrison

Deadly Force: When is it Necessary?

A most insightful and well-done interview by PBS last month on police use of deadly force.

“After police in Sacramento shot and killed Stephon Clark in his grandmother’s yard, California lawmakers proposed legislation that only allows police to shoot people if there are no other reasonable options. 130 more words

Police

PBS’ The Great American Read Card Catalog Reviews- WEEK 2

In Search of the End of the Sidewalk has teamed up with the Berryville, Arkansas library for this summer’s “The Great American Read” with PBS. The goal for Berryville residents is to have one Card Catalog Review for each of the 100 books on PBS’ list. 102 more words

Book Musings

Haiku Review: Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Directed by Morgan Neville

SYNOPSIS

A look at the life of Fred Rogers, his ability to connect with children, and the effect his program had on American culture. 241 more words

Film