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Donald Trump crowned his “All Star Celebrity Apprentice” Sunday night on NBC. Was it laid-back cowboy Trace Adkins or Vegas headliner Penn Jillette? The last two standing were tasked with creating an ad campaign and flavor of ice cream for Walgreens food brand Delish. In this corner: Teller’s Magic Swurtle chocolate turtle concoction. In the other: Adkins’ Maple Macadamia MashUp. Both flavors are currently on sale at the drugstore chain, but it was Adkins’ who took home the win.


Beauty junkies, get happy. Sabon NYC is now officially open in South Beach. Scoot over to 541 Lincoln Road for all your clean-up and softening needs. Peruse all the great smelling goodies or give your hands a soak at the giant stone sink. When Katie Holmes needs a quick fix, she hits up the aromatic oasis for the Body Lotion in Carrot. www.sabonnyc.com.


You can call Scott Disick many things, but unfashionable isn’t one of them. The preppy reality star was even caught by his girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian wearing “man makeup.” Just back from Europe, the self proclaimed entrepreneur was seen at lunch in L.A. sporting comfy chic Atelier loafers. Ahem, driving shoes. Only the finest for Lord Disick: Handcrafted in Italy with fine Italian hide, Parigis aren’t lacking in substance and come in a variety of colors. $295 at KRMA Boutique, Ritz Carlton South Beach; Astoria at Aventura Mall.


Mondays are looking up. Restaurant dynamo Michael Schwartz wanted to make the first day of the workweek not so awful at his Raleigh Hotel namesake. For his new Family Meal three course prix fixe — starting at 8 p.m. — come prepared to chat as seating is communal. The food is rustic, homey, upscale grandma: e.g., double fried shrimp toast, deviled eggs and an entire roasted chicken with fabulously innovative sides. $50 a person. Reservations: 305-612-1163.

Madeleine Marr

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    Sean Connery loves soccer (and Caffe Abbracci)

    Sean Connery had dinner Monday night with a group of friends at Caffe Abbracci. Connery greeted and shook hands with fans as he entered the room and was overheard chatting with restaurant owner Nino Pernetti about the World Cup, saying he regrets that his native country Scotland did not qualify and that England was eliminated in the first round. He did concede that Germany was the rightful winner. Connery also told Pernetti that what he enjoys most in life after making movies is ... soccer. The ex 007 left the restaurant, saying “Cheerio,” to the owner and his starstruck guests.

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    Starz' ‘Outlander' brings novels to life

    Prepare to bend your mind. Premiering on the Starz network on Saturday at 9 p.m., Outlander is adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s wildly popular novels. Claire, a lovely British Army nurse on a second honeymoon in Scotland, is mysteriously swept from 1945 back to 1743, plopped into a strange and alien existence, including marriage to a dashing Scottish warrior, even as she struggles to return to “modern” times and the husband she left behind.

  • Celebrity birthdays on Aug 1

    Actor-director Geoffrey Holder is 84. Singer Ramblin’ Jack Elliott is 83. Blues musician Robert Cray is 61. Singer Michael Penn is 56. Singer Joe Elliott of Def Leppard is 55. Rapper Chuck D of Public Enemy is 54. Rapper Coolio is 51. Singer Adam Duritz of Counting Crows is 50. Actress Tempestt Bledsoe is 41. Singer Ashley Parker Angel (O-Town) is 33.

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