Things We Saw Today: Feel Better About Life and the World With Twitch’s 18-Day Mister Rogers Marathon
It’s easy to go down a rabbit-hole of negativity these days with everything going on in the world, but for the next sixteen days and change, there is at least one source of positivity and love that is here for us. Twitch is running an 18-day marathon of the children’s classic TV show, Mister Rogers Neighborhood. It started yesterday and runs through June 3rd. So if you ever need a trip to a much kinder neighborhood, you’ll have until then to watch the marathon either above, or by clicking this link. (via Laughing Squid)
- Ever wonder what Pokémon would look like in real life? Artist Joshua Dunlop has an idea. Check out his amazing images over at Creators.co!
- Scientific American has an article talking about how “The Search For Life on Mars Is About to Get Weird.” You mean, it wasn’t weird already?
- Namco Bandai announced a new virtual reality experience called Evangelion VR: The Soul Seat. But if you want to try your hand at being a pilot, you’ll have to get yourself to Japan. The Soul Seat attraction will be at Namco Bandai’s VR Zone amusement center in Shinjuku this summer. (via Kotaku)
- Dave Chapelle admits that he fucked up when he said we should give Trump a chance. (via Vulture)
- Wanna keep up with all the trailers for upcoming new shows coming out of the network upfronts? Huffpost has you covered.
- And lastly, this one’s a harrowing one that you might want to save for when you can sit down. The Atlantic has the story of an American boy who grew up not knowing that the woman who raised him and his siblings was actually his family’s slave. They called her Lola.
Whew! That’s all we’ve got today? What have you all seen out there?
(featured image: PBS)
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