Before "The Golden Girls," Arthur made waves on a sitcom that tackled racism, abortion and even LGBTQ issues, writer Matt Baume finds.
"Oh my god oh my god oh my god."
The model’s offhanded remark may have turned Twitter into a full-on Bea Arthur love fest.
The Bea Arthur Residence will welcome its first clients shortly.
"This organization really is saving lives."
4) Dorothy, with both mother Sophia and kids making demands on her, is a perfect example of the sandwich generation before
Who can forget those four spirited, side-splitting, single senior ladies who lived together in a bungalow in Miami. We’re
I thank you Bea, for flying across the country into the cold, to help us protect our youths. I thank you for your compassionate heart and your noble spirit. I thank you for recognizing that LGBT youths are deserving of love, and speaking out for them.
Golden Girls Retirement Plan:Could this beloved 80's sitcom hold the solution to the impending retirement crisis facing America's workforce? Or even provide some much needed help over a few financial planning hurdles for the LGBTQI community?
Few performers could match Bea Arthur when it came to the art of the slow burn. Jack Benny could roll his eyes, inspect his fingernails, and shift his posture, but Arthur would stand rigidly onstage, glowering at one of her colleagues until the precise moment to strike had arrived.