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BB King may be 87, but he still knows how to enjoy life. The legendary blues musician has teamed up with Spain’s Bodega Santa Cruz winery to release a bottle of red (a Garnacha-Cab-Syrah-blend), a bottle of white (citrusy, light Verdejo). B.B. King Signature Collection is distributed by Connecticut importer Votto Vines and sold for now at vinport.com for $13.99. Hang onto the colorful label; it may be worth something someday.

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Sheila G. Mains always preferred the crispy edges of brownies, not the fudgy softer inside. So inside the baker’s Palm Beach Gardens kitchen a plan was hatched: Brownie Brittle, part crunchy chip, part chocolaty goodness. Mains’ latest flavors: Salted Caramel and Chocolate Chip Mint. Want cred? The snack was served at the “Silver Linings Playbook” premiere. C’mon, if it’s good enough for Bradley Cooper ...1-800-BROWNIE, browniebrittle.com

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Love the beachy look but hate the smell of self tanners? The folks over at Jergens are on the case. Apparently, the main coloring ingredient in many gels and creams is dihydroxyacetone ( DHA), which interacts with the proteins in the skin and your own natural scent. Jergens experts determined which olfactory receptors perceived the ick and developed fragrances to pre-empt the odor to those receptors. Celebs like Nina Dobrev, Catt Sadler and Jamie Chung are already loving the new and improved Jergens Natural Glow collection. At mass retailers.

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Randy Jackson may have voted himself off “American Idol,” but he’s still grooving. The music producer’s namesake American Tribute Collection guitar collection for HSN for Memorial Day and beyond features a solid body electric and an acoustic-electric in colors like signature Randy Blue, Racecar Red and White Diamond. The line pays homage to good old rock ‘n’ roll, adorned with stars and stripes and other patriotic details. HSN.com

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