Eighteen bed residence to be part of Ali Forney Center which had been staunchly supported by the late star
The late Bea Arthur may have been best known for her Emmy-winning roles as Dorothy on The Golden Girls and as Maude Findlay in Maude but she was also a quiet supporter of LGBT causes.
She was especially loyal to the Ali Forney Center, a New York City-based organization that provides emergency and transitional housing for LGBT youth as well as health and educational services.
Super Golden Friends transform ladies into Batman & Robin, Superman and Aquaman
Are you ready for Super Golden Friends?
This video mash-up brings us the beloved Golden Girls quartet of Dorothy Zbornak, Sophia Petrillo, Blanche Devereaux and Rose Nylund in the bodies of Batman and Robin, Superman and Aquaman!
Late TV and Broadway legend told singer: 'I'm not your f*cking grandmother!'
A story that singer Rufus Wainwright has been telling for years is getting a new life after being shared in an item in the Village Voice newspaper.
It involves that late television and Broadway star Bea Arthur, who died in 2009, and the time Wainwright met her at an AIDS benefit several years ago.
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