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Matthew & Molly: WHAT WENT WRONG
The couple couldn’t save the date amid his controversies.
PETE'S DONE WITH SNL
Ready to move on? Pete Davidson has been dropping hints that his time on Saturday Night Live is over. First, on the show’s May 19 season finale, the 27-year-old capped off his “Weekend Update” bit with what sounded like a farewell.
JUSTICE FOR NAYA
Nearly a year after her accidental drowning, Naya Rivera got a shout-out from Glee costar Heather Morris. Discussing alleged on-set bullying by the TV series’ star Lea Michele, Heather pointed out that “the only person who was honest about it was Naya.”
Making Sweet Music
LEO & JULIANNE: THE TRUTH HURTS!
Legendary “P***y Posse” leader Leonardo DiCaprio, bad in the sack? Yep, according to the niece of former fling Julianne Hough. “My aunt has slept with Leonardo DiCaprio,” the teen dished in a since-deleted post last month.
GAVIN'S DATING SECRETS!
It’s known as “Tinder for Famous People.” Raya, the super-secret dating app that promises to connect creative types, has quite a few celebs swiping. Demi Lovato, John Mayer, Drew Barrymore and Lizzo have been spotted on it (and Ben Affleck and Matthew Perry were reportedly busted acting a little creepy on it).
Daryl & Neil: RESTLESS IN CANADA
Searchin’ for ... something to do? Sources tell Star Daryl Hannah is struggling to adjust to life in the country after moving to Ontario with rocker husband, Neil Young.
John & Chrissy: AT THE BREAKING POINT
JOHN LEGEND AND CHRISSY TEIGEN’S ONCE-PERFECT MARRIAGE IS IN CRISIS AS SHE COURTS SCANDAL YET AGAIN.
A NEW DOCUMENTARY PROMISES TO OPEN THE LID ON ERIKA GIRARDI’S LEGAL WOES.
Chip & Jo's: ROMANTIC GETAWAY
They needed this! Chip and Joanna Gaines celebrated their 18th wedding anniversary in Mexico — without kids Drake, 16, Ella, 14, Duke, 12, Emmie, 11, and Crew, 2.
Covid Means There's Even Less Joy in Mudville
Capacity constraints and distancing rules bring big headaches for season ticket holders
HIGH SCHOOL- THE TALE OF TWO TOOL SETS
Jackson Jobe realized his true upside is on the mound
RESOLVE WILL BE TESTED
Teams will face new challenges entertaining fans, but they should emerge stronger for it
MINORS- SURVEY SAYS
Our annual survey of minor league operators highlights the ways in which things will never be the same
WRITER AND SPORTS CARTOONIST MURRAY OLDERMAN ACCOMPLISHED A LOT IN HIS 98 YEARS, INCLUDING DRAWING SOME OF THE EARLIEST SKETCH CARDS
A NEW KING
1952 TOPPS MICKEY MANTLE SELLS FOR $5.2 MILLION – HIGHEST EVER FOR A BASEBALL CARD
GERBER’S TERRACRAFT FACES BOTH URBAN AND RURAL CHALLENGES LIKE A PRO
THE MORE THINGS CHANGE . . .
College baseball teams continue their search to make their sport a revenue generator
The 2021 college season will be unlike any before it, with more talent across the country than at any other time in the history of the sport.
More competitive than ever
College baseball enters a season of unprecedented depth and talent