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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Betty White, whose saucy, up-for-anything charm made her a television mainstay for more than 60 years, whether as a man-crazy TV hostess on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" or the loopy housemate on "The Golden Girls," has died. She was 99.

PARIS (AP) — Olivia de Havilland, the doe-eyed actress beloved to millions as the sainted Melanie Wilkes of "Gone With the Wind," but also a two-time Oscar winner and an off-screen fighter who challenged and unchained Hollywood's contract system, died Sunday at her home in Paris. She was 104.

BLOOMSBURG — Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble's  Alvina Krause Theatre will remain dark until at least mid-January.

SELINSGROVE – We see our female neighbors at voting booths and never even bat an eye. A play written by Susquehanna University faculty seeks to show how women in the early 1900s would envy our good fortune.

LEWISBURG – A jazz quartet made up of seasoned and renowned musicians who are also well-respected university music faculty, will perform a free recital tonight centered on a topic that has been the group’s primary focus over the last eight years: civil rights activism.

Let laughter and dancing lead to romance this Valentine’s weekend with a rare midwinter night of comedy and live music right here in the Susquehanna Valley.

Put a little sparkle in your winter by strolling through downtown Lewisburg and Hufnagle Park to see 36 glittering ice sculptures. While you’re there, take advantage of the variety of entertainment options.

Night to Shine — a special needs prom sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation — is being held Friday at the Sunbury Bible Church. Nearly 120 people ages 14 and older with special needs are expected to participate.

This Saturday, if you’re willing to overcome the winter doldrums, brave the cold and test your fortitude, the inaugural Ironmen Ice Plunge is looking for participants, as well as those who simply want to come out and cheer them on.

Grab some friends and relax with good food, drink and music, all while helping support families who want to stay near the hospital where their seriously ill children are being cared for.

A different kind of play will explore the randomness of death while randomly selecting the roles the actors themselves play for each performance. An exhibit at the Danville Business Alliance will give people a backstage look at how plays are produced.