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Carrie Ann Inaba doesn’t have time for the pain now that Season 17 of “Dancing with the Stars” is starting up again Monday night. Before the judge settles down to watch the latest hoofers, earlier in the day she’ll be trying to get people in to a Massage Envy location for rubdowns. Inaba suffers from spinal stenosis — a condition in which the spinal canal narrows and compresses the nerves — and wants to bring awareness with the Healing Hands for Arthritis campaign: $10 from every treatment goes to the cause. Book at massageenvy.com


Brooke Shields and English TV personality Louise Roe can’t stop raving over their Jill Haber handbags. The New York designer’s namesake collection of exotic skins for fall 2013 strike a balance between the elegant and avant-garde. Think python, lizard, stingray and ostrich, handmade in Gotham; organic wood accents and Florentine hardware add to the purses’ cred — and price. Sold at Base at the Delano.


Blake Lively, The Jonas Brothers, Lea Michele …What do they all have in common? A serious sweet tooth. Put a Godiva Truffle Flights collection in front of them and they’re goners. The new $16 tastings in a box (six in total) are like a beer flight, but a lot more indulgent — and you can operate heavy machinery after consuming. At all Godiva locations.


Home furnishing site Joss & Main is hosting a “Modern Family” event through Oct. 7 to celebrate the return of the ABC comedy series Sept. 25. Browse for decor items and actual props straight from the set — from mosaic throw pillows and snazzy animal print lamps to whimsical vases and cozy couches. The pieces are divided by clan. Take your pick: The Pritchets or the Dunphys. Hey, if it’s good enough for Sofia Vergara.... jossandmain.com


Makeup all a mess? Lots of Real Housewives as well as Carmen Electra, Amber Rose and Patti Stanger turn to Sherrieblossom ICEbOX clear acrylic beauty organizers, a must-have home accessory to keep your precious stuff just so. Adriana de Moura used hers as a drawer-filled makeup station on her (ahem, second) wedding day. With all the tiers and room, the organizers are perfect for products for both large and small. There are five different sizes available, from $335-$395. The collection is sold online at www.sherrieblossom.com and Neiman Marcus.

Madeleine Marr

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    Thin is in — always. Need a snack that isn't salt- or fat-filled? Nonni's ThinAddictives are a must for any health minded snacker's pantry or desk drawer. These wholesomely delish biscotti-like crunchers are way convenient, tidily wrapped in pre-portioned, 100-calorie freshness packs. Two new flavors, Banana Dark Chocolate and Blueberry Oat Almond, just got celebrity trainer/“Naked Fitness” author Andrea Metcalf’s A-OK. At Publix, Costco and www.nonnisfoods.com

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