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Mike ‘Sugar Bear’ Thompson Reportedly Does not Have Mouth Cancer

Mike ‘Sugar Bear’ Thompson recently found out he could have mouth cancer after a doctor found white spots on his bottom gum. Thankfully, that isn’t the case, with TMZ reporting that while he doesn’t have gum cancer, he does need to get a tumor removed from the area. The discovery was made when Sugar Bear was trying to get new teeth in Los Angeles from Dr. Tania Farshi. Farshi noticed the two small white spots, which were initially believed to have been the result of Sugar Bear’s penchant for chewing tobacco, which he used for over 12 years and led to his teeth rotting.
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Home plate ump hit twice, forced to leave A's-Angels game

There was a brief delay during the top of the seventh inning in the series finale between the Athletics and Los Angeles Angels on Sunday at the Oakland Coliseum after home plate umpire Marty Foster was forced to leave the game. Foster was hit in the mask in back-to-back innings...

This Rams-Giants Trade Sends Saquon Barkley To Los Angeles

Joe Schoen inherited an impossible situation when he took over the New York Giants front office as the general manager this offseason. Dave Gettleman had run the team into the ground, as they had the worst record in the league with him running the show. That has led to quite a few players departing New York and could lead to a trade that sends Saquon Barkley out of town, possibly to the Los Angeles Rams.

First Look: Shay Mitchell’s Béis to Unveil Pop-up at The Grove in L.A.

Click here to read the full article. Béis, the luggage and accessories company created by actress Shay Mitchell, is opening a pop-up store at The Grove shopping center in Los Angeles. The 270-square-foot space, “The Béis Motel,” will be located in The Park across from Nordstrom, open May 25 to June 21.More from WWDInside Burberry's L.A. Party, Celebrating the Lola BagBurberry Hosts Dinner With Bella Hadid, Jacob Elordi, Lori HarveyArt-Inspired Makeup Looks by Mimi Choi “As a digitally native brand, in a historically brick-and-mortar category, there is no doubt the benefits of developing touch points with the consumer, both current and new,...

Angelyne: Everything To Know About ‘Billboard Queen’ Played By Emmy Rossum In New Show

Emmy Rossum is playing Los Angeles icon Angelyne in the Peacock limited series, Angelyne, premiering May 19. The eight-episode series is based on a 2017 Hollywood Reporter longform exposé by Gary Baum that revealed the elusive Hollywood star’s real name and backstory. Angelyne, 71, rose to fame for her super racy billboards around L.A. in the mid-1980s. Her career blew up after that, and now her fascinating life is finally being explored on the small screen. Here’s everything you need to know about Angelyne.

The Story Behind Rebel Wilson's 'Super-Fresh' PEOPLE Cover Style from the Pros Who Created Her Look

Fresh from hosting the BAFTA Awards in London, Rebel Wilson arrived at her PEOPLE cover shoot in Los Angeles ready to rock (jet lag, be damned!). The actress, who currently stars in Netflix's latest Top 10 comedy Senior Year, posed for photographer Cliff Watts in an array of glam gowns — including the plunging green Badgley Mischka design seen on the cover — as Megan Thee Stallion and Saweetie blasted at the gorgeous Hollywood Hills location.

Lakers News: Shaquille O’Neal Says He & Kobe Bryant Are Only ‘Superduo’ Ever Created

The Los Angeles Lakers created a dynasty in the early 2000s that was among the best the NBA has ever seen, led by the duo of Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant. Under the guidance of head coach Phil Jackson, Shaq and Kobe partnered together to win three straight championships from 2000-02. They were arguably the great duo the NBA has ever seen, even though their time together was cut short due to their differences off the court.
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Dodgers fan brawl breaks out after woman knocks off man’s hat

Fan fights continue to feel more and more common at sporting events. The latest example comes from Dodger Stadium, where the Dodgers were hosting the Diamondbacks on Tuesday night. In the video, two women were jawing at each other. One of the women knocked the hat off a man who was standing between them, and a brawl ensued. The man whose hat got knocked off took a swing at another man, and then the woman who first knocked the hat off started swinging as well. It wound up being a fight involving a half-dozen or so fans. While there was a security guard standing nearby from the outset, his efforts to break things up were futile. At the time the video ends, the fight had not yet been broken up so it is unclear how the matter was resolved or what the consequences were. Already there have been multiple fights between fans at Major League games this season. That includes at a number of Dodgers games, home and away, with at least a few having been captured on video in April and May.
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Jordan Addison transfer: Why USC still remains best option for star WR despite Alabama, Texas competition

It's been nearly three weeks since reports first surfaced suggesting that Pittsburgh star receiver Jordan Addison might be looking to transfer, and that USC would be his likely destination. The time since Addison officially entered the transfer portal has served to muddy the waters a bit as Alabama and Texas are among those who have entered the picture in recruiting the Biletnikoff Award winner who caught 100 passes for the Panthers last season.

Pregnant Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas Support Nick Jonas at Softball Game

Watch: Sophie Turner & Joe Jonas EXPECTING Baby No. 2. Buy them some peanuts and cracker jacks, because Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas are out to the ballgame!. On May 15, Joe and Sophie, who are expecting their second child together, were spotted at a softball league game in Los Angeles cheering on Joe's younger brother Nick Jonas and his team, the Happy Valli's.

Lakers News: Jeanie Buss Confirms ‘Winning Time’ Scene With Jerry Buss & Magic Johnson Is Accurate

With the Los Angeles Lakers failing to make the 2022 NBA Playoffs, some are speculating about LeBron James’ happiness and his future with the franchise. James is eligible to sign a two-year extension with the Lakers, though he may be taking a wait-and-see approach before committing to another couple of years. The front office has a lot of work to do when it comes to rebuilding the roster, but they also have the responsibility of finding a new head coach who can lead Los Angeles back to the Finals.

Jennifer Lopez Boosts Her Lacy Summer Dress with Floral Tote and Glamorous Bejeweled Wedges

Click here to read the full article. Jennifer Lopez showed her affinity for romantic dressing and statement shoes while in California on Saturday. While running errands with daughter Emma Muniz in Los Angeles, the Grammy Award-winning singer stepped out of her car in a white midi dress. The thin number featured a deep neckline lined with floral lace, as well as straps trimmed in matching lace. The textile also surrounded her dress’ waistline and trailed onto its skirt in vertical patterns. Lopez finished her outfit with several of her signatures: large aviator sunglasses, layered necklaces and large hoop earrings, all in metallic...

Kim Kardashian Cheers Son Saint, 6, On At Soccer Game: Photos

Kim Kardashian, 41, was spotted cheering on her son Saint, 6, at his soccer game! The SKIMS founder embraced a 2000s meets tomboy vibe for her ensemble, opting for a loose fitting pair if black cargo pants, paired with a skintight black bodysuit in a t-shirt cut. She sported a pair of chunky black shoes and sunglasses as she held onto a ball during the game, which took place on Sunday, May 15.

COVID-19: Increased incidence of RVOs post-diagnosis

Researchers report that the incidence of retinal vein occlusions increased in the 6 months following COVID-19 diagnosis. California researchers led by Bobeck S. Modjtahedi, MD, from the Department of Research and Evaluation, Southern California Permanente Medical Group, Department of Clinical Science, Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine, both in Pasadena, and the Eye Monitoring Center, Kaiser Permanente Southern California, Baldwin Park, and colleagues reported that the incidence of retinal vein occlusions (RVOs) but not retinal artery occlusion (RAOs), increased in the 6 months after COVID-19 diagnosis.1.

Pastor, congregation hogtied Calif. gunman with extension cord during church shooting

The gunman who killed one and injured five others in a California church Sunday was tackled by a heroic retired pastor — then subdued by elderly parishioners, who hogtied his legs and wrangled away his two handguns, officials said. The gunman — so far only identified as an Asian man in his 60s — burst into Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods during a luncheon honoring its former longtime Pastor Billy Chang. When the killer paused to reload, Chang hit him on the head with a chair while others moved quickly to grab his gun. They held him down and hogtied...