Links to the past, with relevance today:
EW: I had thought Betty White, 98, was winding down — but she just signed on to appear in a new Lifetime Christmas movie:
"Betty White has signed on to star in a Lifetime Christmas movie, the network announced on Thursday. In the untitled film, White's character helps ready would-be Santas for the holidays. But a mystery looms: Is she actually Mrs. Claus?"
KENNETH IN THE (212): Check out this guy's story — he launched the ultimate Mary Tyler Moore Fan Club.
INDY100: Madonna now qualifies as an entire country due to her charitable giving during the COVID-19 pandemic.
OUT: Amazing historical pics from the past days of Cherry Grove.
BOY CULTURE: RIP Roy Horn, one half of Siegfried & Roy, died Friday, May 8, of COVID-19 complications some 17 years after being mauled by one of the duo's big cats.
THR: Cher will release her "Chiquitita" ABBA remake during the UNICEF Won't Stop telethon on Saturday.