To the untrained eye, Buster is just a bunny, an innocuous cartoon character on American educational television. Each week the animated rabbit puts on his red backpack and trainers to visit a slice of real America - dropping in on a native Indian reservation in Wyoming, or maybe a Hispanic family in Los Angeles and sending a video postcard of the event to his friends. It has a mandate to promote tolerance. But then, Buster Baxter visited a farm in Vermont to learn about harvesting maple syrup.
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He is in Mr. Ratburn 's 3rd Grade class with his best friend Arthur Read , and the rest of his friends. He resides in Elwood City in a condominium with his divorced mother, Bitzi Baxter. When Buster was a baby, he was wearing a purple shirt, disposable diapers colored gray instead of white to avoid mixing in with his white complexion , and red and white sneakers. When he was around two years old, he wore a dark bluish-green sweater and light bluish-green shorts and sneakers. It was also revealed in " Arthur's Baby " when he was 2—3 years old he would cause his mother a lot of trouble by "stealing" foods Basically eating them without having paid for them. Buster is the only child of Bitzi and Bo Baxter.
Confessions of a Disinvited White House Bunny
About 20 other stations were considering running the show last week after viewing a preview tape that producer WGBH beamed by satellite to member stations on Thursday, said station spokeswoman Jeanne Hopkins. The controversy over the cartoon bunny comes at an awkward time for PBS, as it prepares to compete for renewed Ready to Learn funding from the Education Department. The behind-the-scenes discussions became public Jan. PBS President Pat Mitchell had viewed the tape and was comfortable with the portrayal of the two families, network spokeswoman Lea Sloan said in the Globe.
The Monday that follows Easter Sunday in Washington is many things. Six years ago, as an up-and-coming gallerist and sometime actor in need of extra cash, it was an opportunity to earn a few additional dollars on an otherwise dead day for work as a costumed extra at the White House Easter Egg Roll. Galleries are generally closed on Monday, plus here was a chance—gosh darn it—for a child of immigrants from Soviet Russia to be as patriotic as apple pie.