Wee Bits: Mr. Rogers, A Spring Cleaning Cheat Sheet, The Breastfeeding Candidate and The Return of Parks on Tap

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If you haven’t watched the trailer for the upcoming film about Mr. Rogers, you really must right now. (Warning: You’ll cry!) This film is what the world needs now. (Via Slate.)

Did you know the Logan Hotel does story times once a month? Us either! The FREE storytimes (with FREE milk and cookies) are held at the Center City hotel every third Sunday — next one is April 15, 11 a.m.

I’m sorry to share this disgusting Philly.com story with you, but … this seems like something we should be upset about!?

Guys, Center City Pediatrics is offering a grief support group for women who have experienced miscarriage and early pregnancy loss. (The group is open to anyone regardless of what doctor you go to or how long its been since your loss.) April 19, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The cost is $15, and you can register at centercitypediatrics.com

The Cut covers a Maryland gubernatorial candidate who’s breastfeeding in her campaign ads. 

Y’all: SO much good stuff happening with Philly parks this spring. First, the return of our BELOVED Parks on Tap will happen at the end of April. (The first one’s at the Azalea Garden just off Kelly Drive.) Second, there’s a new park area in West Fairmount Park, along Parkside Avenue on 40th Street, and it sounds just lovely. Finally, if you’re looking for a CSA, this one is hyperlocal, and cool.

Did you see this NYT story about why black students are suspended more than white ones? It is a gut kick.

Also, NYT: The kids at Marjory Stoneman are now allowed only clear backpacks to school. 

Ooooh, this seems useful: The Strategist has a whole bunch of helpful cleaning- and organizational-related stories in honor of their so-called “get it together” week.