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Reality Magazine Set for January; Villella Retires

128308414•"Glee" actress Lauren Potter was recently appointed to the President's Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities, which provides advice about intellectual disabilities to the president and the secretary of Health and Human Services. Full story at CNN Health.

•Less money, more fun - that seems to be the motto for the producers of reality television – and they’re not stopping with the boob tube. The New York Times reported that now you can enjoy all the perks of reality stardom without the hassle of remembering to set your TiVo. For just $1.79 you can pick up a copy of Reality Weekly – a magazine dedicated solely to the stars/fans of reality television.

•Edward Villella, founder, artistic director and patriarch of Miami City Ballet, announced his retirement on Sunday. Though Villella didn't specify the reason for his retirement, there have been speculations that his age and other characteristics of his personality have caused the board to force him out. Read the full story at the New York Times.

Pictured: Lauren Potter (Photo: Getty Images)

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