Betty White, the iconic television star who endeared herself to generations of fans over a decades-spanning career, has died at age 99.

White’s death was confirmed by her longtime agent Jeff Witjas in a phone call Friday with publicist Pam Golum. White would have turned 100 on Jan. 17, 2022.

“I truly never thought she was going to pass away,” Witjas told The Associated Press. “She meant the world to me as a friend. She was the most positive person I’ve ever known.”

Her combination of sweet and edgy gave life to a roster of quirky characters in notable roles,

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LOS ANGELES (AP):

Actress Betty White, whose saucy, up-for-everything attraction created her a tv mainstay for more than 60 yrs, has died. She was 99.

Individuals and the Washington Article documented White’s loss of life.

Her witty design and style gave existence to a roster of quirky people more than far more than a half-century. They provided the oddball Rose Nylund in The Golden Girls and the outspoken caretaker on Sizzling In Cleveland.

She also drew laughs with occasional salty a single-liners in the 2009 comedy The Proposal and the horror spoof Lake Placid. By popular demand from

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In a time of coronavirus when many organisations have been brought to their knees, at the very least one particular Jamaican dance organization, which is firmly on its feet, continues to accomplish powerfully just before area and global audiences with appropriate aplomb, limitless diversity and excellent strength. Regardless of the worries, the Actions life on.

Movements Dance Theatre Corporation, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this yr, has stood the test of time and the difficulties of the pandemic, beating unattainable odds to keep the present-day Jamaican dance theatre alive and well.

A several months in the past, it participated

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[UPDATED 12/29/21] As a photographer and curator, it’s rare that an art show moves me to tears. But that’s exactly what happened with “Joshua Rashaad McFadden: I Believe I’ll Run On,” a retrospective photography exhibition at the George Eastman Museum.

The dark walls and dim lights of the gallery space drew me in. At the entrance of the exhibit is a mirror with the words “BE REAL BLACK FOR ME.”

This imperative achieved two things — welcoming Black viewers into a museum that caters to predominantly white artists for predominantly white audiences, and challenging white viewers to shift their mindsets.

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