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Wouldn’t it be nice to sift through mail and not always see bills? If there’s no one special in your life to send you jewelry, there’s always Rocksbox, a new $15-a-month subscription service that allows you to sample the goods without commiting to purchase. Browse for pieces from more than 40 designers like CC Skye ( Nicole Richie and Eva Mendes love the modern chunkiness) and simple-meets-chic Gorjana (worn by Jessica Alba). Each shipment contains three mystery items valued at about $250. rocksbox.com

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While hubby Robert De Niro promotes “The Family,” Mississippi native Grace Hightower is doing her own thing. First inspired by seeing the film “Hotel Rwanda,” the former flight attendant and “NYPD Blue” actress has come out with a line of fair trade coffee. This is not a charity foundation; all product is sourced directly from Rwandan farmers. Talk about a do-good brew. $12.50 for 12 oz. at Whole Foods, coffeeofgrace.com

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Drake knows music — and how to hydrate. After a wild night at Cameo with fellow artists Fabolous and Red Cafe enjoying the eye candy (especially the pole dancers who kept him busy as he snapped action photos of them doing what they do best, spies say), the rapper was seen detoxing Wednesday at Soho Beach House. In his hands: Coconut Cartel’s all-natural coconut water, founded by El Salvadorean/local entrepreneur Mike Zig. Info: thecoconutcartel.com

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When Austin Mahone performs at halftime of Miami’s “Kids Kickoff” regular season home opener against the Atlanta Falcons on Sept. 22 at Sun Life Stadium, we know where he’s going to chow down. An avid Miami Subs fan, Austin has frequently tweeted about the South Florida restaurant chain. Last week, the tween star took his love to a whole new level, visiting Hallandale’s new Miami Subs Grill with an entourage of friends, bodyguards — and his mom. Menu item of choice: Chicken Pita combo (with extra cheese, please).

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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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