Hot Clicks: Esti Ginzburg; Bruins celebrate with $100,000 champagne

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Jimmy has today off to recover from his Chicago weekend. The real weekend party, however, was in Boston, where more than 1 million Bruins fans attended the team's parade on Saturday. The party continued the nest day where the team appeared at Fenway Park to throw out the first pitch against the Brewers. In between the public celebrations, the team managed to enjoy a $100,000 bottle of champagne.

Beantown Party

Boston Bruins Fan :: Greg M. Cooper-US PRESSWIRE

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I found myself watching the movie Twelve last night, which I still can't tell if I liked or not. One thing I know I liked was Esti Ginzburg, who made her acting debut in the film playing the hottest girl in school. Did I mention she's also a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model?

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Esti Ginzburg :: Ricardo Tinelli/SI

One week ago, high schooler Nathan Kotylak was star water polo player heading to the University of Calgary on a full scholarship. After being caught trying to set a police car on fire during the riots in Vancouver, Kotylak is trying to save what's left of his future. He issued this apology for his actions.

More Fallout From Vancouver

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