By the time “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” was in its prime on PBS, most baby boomers were past the prime of their childhood. But before the show ended its 33 year run, most boomers’ children had sat in front of the TV and become Mister Rogers fans. Which means many boomers had had Mister Rogers in their homes. That would include Seattle journalist Tim Menees, but his connection to Mister Roberts…



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