Fisherman gets 230 poundtuna despite capsized boat
LIHUE, Hawaii — A54-year-oldﬁsherman is safe after his 14-foot boatcapsized as he was landing a 230-pound tuna in the ocean off Hawaii.The U.S. Coast Guard rescuedAnthony Wichman on Friday afterreceiving a distress call from his wife.Wichman was ﬁshing about 10 milessouthwest of Port Allen on the islandof Kauai Friday morning when hehooked the Ahi tuna. Coast Guard Lt.Jessica Mickelson tells Hawaii NewsNow that Wichman was able to use hiscellphone to call his wife for help.The Coast Guard dispatched a heli-copter to rescue Wichman. Friendsarrived on another boat and were ableto right Wichman’s boat. They towedit — and the ﬁsh — back to port.
Dennis Farina,star of ‘Law & Order,’dead at 69
NEWYORK — Dennis Farina, a one-time Chicago cop who as a popularcharacter actor played a TVcop on“Law & Order” during his wide-rangingcareer, has died.Death came Monday morning in aScottsdale, Ariz., hospital after Farinasuffered a blood clot in his lung,according to his publicist, Lori DeWaal. He was 69.For three decades, Farina was a char-acter actor who displayed remarkabledexterity, charmand toughness,making effectiveuse of his craggyface, husky frame,ivory smile andample mustache. Hecould be as dapperas Fred Astaire andas full of threat asClint Eastwood.His gift has been described as wry,tough-guy panache, and audiencesloved him for it.“Sometimes you can take those dra-matic roles and maybe interject a littlehumor into them, and I think thereverse also works,” Farina said in a2007 interview with the AssociatedPress. “One of the funny things in lifeto me is a guy who takes himself veryseriously.”Farina’s many ﬁlms include “SavingPrivate Ryan,” (1998), “Out Of Sight”(1998), “Midnight Run” (1988),“Manhunter” (1986), and his breakoutand perhaps most beloved ﬁlm, “GetShorty” (1995), a comedic romp wherehe played a Miami mob boss.He recently completed shooting acomedy ﬁlm, “Lucky Stiff.”Among his numerous TVroles wasDetective Joe Fontana on “Law &Order” during the 2004-06 seasons,replacing longtime cast member JerryOrbach in the ensemble.“Law & Order” executive producerDick Wolf said he was “stunned andsaddened to hear about Dennis’unex-pected passing this morning. The‘Law & Order’family extends sympa-thy and condolences to his family.”Also on TV, Farina was a regular inthe star-studded though short-lived2011-12 HBO horse-track drama“Luck.”He starred in the 1980s cult favorite“Crime Story,” and his stylish pri-vate-eye drama “Buddy Faro” (1998)was warmly received if little-watched.He followed that up with a 2002 sit-com ﬂop, “The In-Laws.”Last season he guest-starred on theFox comedy “New Girl.”Aveteran of the Chicago theater,Farina appeared in Joseph Mantegna’s“Bleacher Bums” and “Streamers,”directed by Terry Kinney, among otherproductions.Born Feb. 29, 1944, Farina wasraised in a working-class neighbor-hood of Chicago, the seventh child of Italian immigrants.After three years in the U.S. Army,he served with the Chicago PoliceDepartment for 18 years, both as a uni-formed ofﬁcer (he was there for the1968 Chicago riots) and a burglarydetective, before he found his way intoacting as he neared his forties.His ﬁrst ﬁlm was the 1981 actiondrama “Thief,” directed by MichaelMann — a future collaborator onnumerous projects as recently as“Luck” — whom he had met through amutual friend.
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This Day in HistoryThought for the Day
An Air Canada Boeing 767 ran out of fuel while ﬂying from Montreal toEdmonton; the pilots were able toglide the jetliner to a safe emergencylanding in Gimli, Manitoba.
“The most courageous act isstill to think for yourself.Aloud.”
— Coco Chanel,French fashion designer (1883-1971)
Actor WoodyHarrelson is 52.Actor DanielRadcliffe is 24.
Ukraine’s team perform in the synchronized swimming team technical ﬁnal during the World Swimming Championshipsat the Sant Jordi arena in Barcelona,Spain.
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, Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th president of the UnitedStates, died in Mount McGregor, N.Y., at age 63.
, a legend was born as Steve Brodie claimed to havemade a daredevil plunge from the Brooklyn Bridge into NewYork’s East River. However, there are doubts about whetherthe dive actually took place.
, author Raymond Chandler was born in Chicago.
, Austria-Hungary issued a list of demands to Serbiafollowing the killing of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by a Serbassassin; the dispute led to World War I.
, French Marshal Henri Petain, who had headed theVichy government during World War II, went on trial,charged with treason. He was convicted and condemned todeath, but the sentence was commuted.
, Petain died in prison.
Egyptian military ofﬁcers led by Gamal AbdelNasser launched a successful coup against King Farouk I.
, a week of deadly race-related rioting that claimed43 lives erupted in Detroit.
, a jury in Washington, D.C., convicted 12 HanaﬁMuslims of charges stemming from the hostage siege atthree buildings the previous March.
Britain’s Prince Andrew married Sarah Fergusonat Westminster Abbey in London. The couple divorced in1996.
, the search for Andrew Cunanan, the suspectedkiller of designer Gianni Versace and others, ended as policefound his body on a houseboat in Miami Beach, an apparentsuicide.
singer Amy Winehouse, 27, was found dead in herLondon home from accidental alcohol poisoning.
Ten years ago
: Anew audiotape purported to be from top-pled dictator Saddam Hussein called on Iraqis to resist theU.S. occupation.
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