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What do you know of Hawaii’s Olowalu Massacre? Taken place 227 years ago, in a tiny coastal town just a few miles south of Lahaina (a town in west Maui, Maui County, Hawaii).

“Olowalu is special…. Olowalu is a place with significance. But Olowalu as a place is not really recognized. It needs to have its own sense of place. There needs to be an altar, a temple erected there, just like Wounded Knee,“ says native Clifford Naeole.

@mauitime’s Anthony Pignataro explains
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Catania, inaugurazione dell’Anno Accademico. Il rettore Pignataro: “Riaffermare il ruolo dell’Università”

#nowinsicily Inaugurazione Anno Accademico, Pignataro: “Riaffermare il ruolo dell’Università”

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“Siamo una comunità accademica vivace e vitale, che ha voglia di discutere liberamente, di confrontarsi e d’impegnarsi, dove prevale uno stile intellettuale che non intende nascondere, truccare e abbellire ma punta all’analisi e alla soluzione dei problemi”. Introdotto dalle note del Coro del Teatro Massimo Bellini, diretto dal maestro Ross Craigmile, il rettore Giacomo Pignataro ha…

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Man tried to open exit door on US flight

A passenger on a commercial flight from Alaska to Oregon was arrested Monday after witnesses say he tried to open an emergency exit during the plane’s descent and other passengers had to help restrain him using shoelaces and seat-belt extensions.

Passengers and crew aboard the Alaska Airlines flight from Anchorage to Portland told investigators that 23-year-old Alexander Michael Herrera made “unusual statements” before trying to open the plane’s door, FBI spokeswoman Beth Anne Steele said.

Flight 132 was preparing to land at Portland International Airport when the Arizona man set off an alarm by pulling the door handle in the emergency-exit row, Steele said.

Witness Henry Pignataro told KGW-TV that a woman seated next to Herrera asked for help.

“I put him in a choke hold and brought him down to the ground,” Pignataro said.

Pignataro said he and another man held down the passenger and asked flight attendants for restraints. He said they brought three sets of shoelaces, which Pignataro and the other man used to bind Herrera’s legs.

The flight attendants then brought extra seatbelt extensions, and the witnesses applied those to Herrera, as well.

Pignataro said Herrera - listed as 100kg his booking information - was then placed into a seat, where he calmly sat “surrounded by big guys” until the plane landed only nine minutes behind schedule.

Herrera was being booked into a Portland jail on a charge of interfering with a flight crew, and was expected to make his first court appearance Tuesday before a federal magistrate.

Leveraged Buyouts, + Website: A Practical Guide to Investment Banking and Private Equity

Leveraged Buyouts, + Website: A Practical Guide to Investment Banking and Private Equity

A comprehensive look at the world of leveraged buyoutsThe private equity industry has grown dramatically over the past twenty years. Such investing requires a strong technical know-how in order to turn private investments into successful enterprises. That is why Paul Pignataro has created Leveraged Buyouts + Website: A Practical Guide to Investment Banking and Private Equity.Engaging and…

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Man tried to open exit door on US flight

A passenger on a commercial flight from Alaska to Oregon was arrested Monday after witnesses say he tried to open an emergency exit during the plane’s descent and other passengers had to help restrain him using shoelaces and seat-belt extensions.

Passengers and crew aboard the Alaska Airlines flight from Anchorage to Portland told investigators that 23-year-old Alexander Michael Herrera made “unusual statements” before trying to open the plane’s door, FBI spokeswoman Beth Anne Steele said.

Flight 132 was preparing to land at Portland International Airport when the Arizona man set off an alarm by pulling the door handle in the emergency-exit row, Steele said.

Witness Henry Pignataro told KGW-TV that a woman seated next to Herrera asked for help.

“I put him in a choke hold and brought him down to the ground,” Pignataro said.

Pignataro said he and another man held down the passenger and asked flight attendants for restraints. He said they brought three sets of shoelaces, which Pignataro and the other man used to bind Herrera’s legs.

The flight attendants then brought extra seatbelt extensions, and the witnesses applied those to Herrera, as well.

Pignataro said Herrera - listed as 100kg his booking information - was then placed into a seat, where he calmly sat “surrounded by big guys” until the plane landed only nine minutes behind schedule.

Herrera was being booked into a Portland jail on a charge of interfering with a flight crew, and was expected to make his first court appearance Tuesday before a federal magistrate.


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