On 2.6 acres, the Country Colonial was designed by Playboy Mansion architect Arthur Kelly Fresh on the market in Encino's affluent Royal Oaks neighborhood is the former home of late actress Rue McClanahan, best known for her portrayal...Show More Summary
One might say this house has traveled down the road and back again. The onetime home of TV “Golden Girl” Rue McClanahan has come on the market in the Royal Oaks section of Encino for $5.495 million. That’s roughly four times what the late actress paid for the property in 1988, during the show’s...
Located in New York City, Rue La Rue Café opened in February and pays homage to the hit 1980s sitcom "The Golden Girls" and one of its stars — Rue McClanahan, the late actress who starred as Blanche Devereaux.
Mental Floss reports: After months of anticipation, fans of The Golden Girls can finally pour one out for late actress Rue McClanahan (who played sultry Southern belle Blanche Devereaux) and the rest of her senior gang at New York City’s brand-new Rue La Rue Café. Show More Summary
Born on this day in 1934 actress Rue McClanahan.
The Rue La Rue Café is an absolutely charming restaurant that pays beautiful tribute to the The Golden Girls, particularly the late great Rue McClanahan who played the narcissistic but lonely Blanche Devereaux to perfection. Serendipitously housed in a Washington Heights building named Sofia Storage on 4394 Broadway, the café is co-owned by McClanahan’s son […]
Rue La Rue in Washington Heights manages to appeal to lovers of both comfort food and sitcom nostalgia.
If you threw a party, invited everyone you knew, you might want to consider hosting it here. DNAInfo reported Monday that Michael J. LaRue, a longtime friend of actress Rue McClanahan (or as any fan knows her, Blanche Devereaux), plans...Show More Summary
The restaurant will pay particular homage to late actress Rue McClanahan.
Being a guest at Rue McClanahan's dinner party sounds like any "Golden Girls" fan's dream. But when Nia Vardalos once scored such an invite, it wasn't all cheesecake and witty banter.
Picture it. The late '90s. Rue McClanahan’s no-doubt opulent kitchen. My Fat Greek Wedding 2’s Nia Vardalos stopped by the Tonight Show last night to explain the labyrinthian journey by which she found herself arriving at McClanahan’s house for a dinner party, only to find out she and her husband... More »
The Golden Girls seems to have become the guilty pleasure that everyone now admits to, 31 years later. Golden Girls, which starred Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Estelle Getty, and the still-hot Betty White, was about 4 Miami retirees learning to live life again after their husbands passed on or left them, and it still resonates... Show More Summary
The Official Rue McClanahan Memorial Page on Facebook announced that their proposed "Rue's Cafe" is officially going to happen, after coming to an agreement with the owners of their building in Manhattan.
On this day in 1985 The Golden Girls, starring Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty, debuted on NBC.
A Studio City home once owned by "Golden Girl" Rue McClanahan has sold for $3.4 million.
Golden Girls actress Rue McClanahan died five years ago, but apparently some people are just hearing the news -- again.
Looking at Twitter yesterday, it looked like Rue McClanahan, erstwhile star of The Golden Girls, had just died. People were losing it over the death of saucy southern belle Blanche Devereaux. But McClanahan didn’t die yesterday. She left this earthly existence five years ago. More »
This is your regular friendly reminder to check the dates on stories before you click "share." On Friday, news of Rue McClanahan's death at age 76 started trending on Facebook and Twitter. And the former Golden Girls star did in fact die... Show More Summary
If you were on Twitter today, you might have seen people posting about how "Golden Girls" star Rue McClanahan died, which is technically true. A photo posted by Kam Chronicles (@kamchronicles) on Jun 12, 2015 at 11:08am PDT But the actress died five years ago. Show More Summary
Plus 'Ant-Man' finally found its sense of humor, Miley Cyrus made a tacky edible tribute to Caitlyn Jenner, and Rue McClanahan's death has gone viral five years too late.