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The Boss is turning filmmaker. Bruce Springsteen will debut a short film on his website at noon Wednesday. “Hunter of Invisible Game” is a collaboration with Thom Zimny, who has directed, produced and edited a number of live Springsteen concert videos. As for the plot, it’s under wraps. But if you’re a true fan of the New Jersey legend, does it matter?

You can say a lot about the Kardashians but one thing is for sure, the ladies are trendsetters. When Khloe Instagrammed a pic of an absolutely gorgeous ruby ring, her fans wanted it, pronto. For those on a budget, get the reality star’s look SuperJeweler, an online retail destination for discount bling. Yes, it’s cool to be a copy cat. www.superjeweler.com

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It’s getting steamy out there, so mind your peepers. When applying sunscreen, many people usually are a little squeamish about the eye area. In response to growing concern in the derm community, SkinCeuticals developed a product made exclusively for that ultra sensitive area that won’t make you all hot and bothered. The Physical Eye UV Defense SPF 50 is $30 at SkinCeuticals.com

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Giuliana Rancic leaves much of the cooking in the house to her mother or husband Bill. But when she does make a meal, the entertainment personality likes to keep things simple. One of her fave products for summer is BakerStone's Pizza Oven Box, which attaches to your outdoor gas grill to give you the supremely bubbly cheese and crispy crusts of your local trattoria. $129 at Bed, Bath & Beyond. Amazon.com

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What’s on tap for tonight? If you seek something a departure from your average glass of wine, Desperados, a tequila-flavored beer from Heineken, may be a solution. Miami revelers were introduced to this 12-proof stuff long favored by Europeans last month at a buzzy party at the Toejam Backlot in Wynwood. Try it at The Filling Station, 95 SE Second St., Miami.

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    Attack of Sharknado 2: Oh yeah, there’s another one

    The idea of making a movie about a tornado that scoops up thousands of sharks and sends them flying through the air to chomp their way through a bevy of people, places and things sounds totally ridiculous. That didn’t stop Syfy from moving ahead with Sharknado, a movie that became a pop culture phenomenon last year. The mania reached such a fevered level that a sequel, Sharknado 2: The Second One, was ordered. It premieres at 9 p.m. Wednesday on Syfy.

  • La vida local

    Miami Heat player Mario Chalmers goes from basketball to golf; Ariana Grande talks family problems

    You’d think Mario Chalmers would be ready for his PGA card by now. On Monday, the Miami Heat point guard held his sixth annual golf tournament in Lawrence, Kansas, benefiting his namesake foundation and hanging out with his old college teammates from his days playing basketball with the University of Kansas.

  • Celebrity roundup

    Bachelorette Andi Dorfman: I was attracted to Josh Murray from the beginning

    Bachelorette (no more) Andi Dorfman stopped by Good Morning America on Tuesday to show off her ABC swag (aka engagement ring) from former pro baseball player Josh Murray. The 27-year-old lawyer and her 29-year-old grinning fiance held hands and looked pretty happy. “I definitely knew there was that chemistry and attraction with him,” Dorfman said of their first meeting. “I'm definitely an overthinker, though, so it took me till the very end.” Plus she had to break up with 24 guys first. No wedding date has been set yet; the couple need to do more publicity first.

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