Mister Rogers gets a bronze tribute

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A sculpture Fred Rogers was unveiled today in Pittsburgh as a tribute to the children’s television icon. He’s seated and tying his shoe, facing the city skyline, reports the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. It’s titled, “Tribute to Children.” The bronze piece created by sculptor Robert Berks is nearly 11 feet high and weighs more than 7,000 pounds. Berks may be best known for his bust of President Kennedy in Washington’s Kennedy Center. Also, don’t miss the nice audio tribute on WDUQ’s news blog, from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. (Photo: Family Communications Inc.)

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