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Falling behind just before the intermission of a first half that Italy was push- ing for the opening goal, but failed to generate a solid chance. The underrated Costa Ricans, led by a ster- ling defense and who ulti- mately finished atop the Group D standings, domi- nated the second half, tak- ing the match 1:0. All was not lost after this embarrassment however as Italy needed only a draw to advance to the knockout roundsbased on a better goal differential compared to that of Uruguay. However what we watched versus Uruguay was a con- servative team that seemed to be playing for a draw rather than a win. This game plan nearly worked. How- ever, tied in the 81st minute, Diego Godin headed past by Christian A. Guarino the diving grasp of Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. "The technical set-up didn't work, and I take all respon- sibility for that." stated Coach Cesare Prandelli. Prandelli went all in with striker Mario Balotelli, who aside from a goal in the opener was a major disappointment. The second half versus Uruguay was filled with controversy. The first was a questionable red card to Claudio Marchisio who was guilty of a reckless chal- lenge to midfielder Egidio Arevalo, but a straight red card was not merited. The ultimate injustice came when Luis Suarez, notoriously referred to as "the vampire," Marehisio looks on, stunned as Referee Marco Rodriguez issues a red card. lunged at defender Giorgio Rodriguez, a Mexican official Chiellini. Chiellini appealed whose own nickname is to Referee Marco Antonio Dracula because of his Rodriguez, motioning to hisresemblance to a version of left shoulder, which revealed two bite marks. However, (Continued on Page 14) Post-Gazette Goes to Washington Congress Shall Make No Law Abridging the Freedom of the Press i ,i iiiiliiiii!ii iiiiii i!iiiiiiiii!!!i~iiii i ! !iii!i!i!ilili!!ii! i:!!ii!i'!!,!!i ~ii~iiiiii!iliiiii:ii tiii!:ili:! !i!!ii!ii i!i!!ii! !il;i:: , !iiii!i!iiiiiiii!il i i !i Quote of the Week The world is a dangerous place to live, not be- cause of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it." -- Albert Einstein Investors Business Daily ..... a Must Newspaper I love the op-ed pages of Investors Bus/hess Da//y .... :~ newspaper, The commentaries and editorial car- toons are great. Recently, Michael Ramirez, the i c oonist won the prestigious Reuben Award for editorial cartooning from the National Cartoon- ists Society. He has already won two Pulitzer Prizes. Congrats to Mike. Speaking of this cartoonist, one of his latest showed an aide to the president coming into the Oval Office to tell him, "We're not going to send : the captured, suspect to Gitmo. But we are going to charge him ... a hefty fee for not returning the Benghazi video." .... Just too great for words, isn't it? i: Why Do So Many Distrust President? Even the liberal maitlstream media can no longer justify their denial tha~t the Obama .... Administration is going nowhere and nowhere ~:i fast. It is sinking faster than quicksand in an hourglass. Read the poll numbers. More and more Americans have lost faith in President Obama to lead this nation in the many crises .... we face both foreign and domestic. He seems near useless with the news in Iraq .... While heads were rolling on the streets of that country, the President was playing yet another 18 holes of golf. When he does speak with au ...... thority, it is usually on global climate change which right now isn't our highest priority issue. Did he really believe that five Gitmo terrorists for one alleged Army deserter would go over well? (Continued on Page 4) THE POST-GAZETTE SATELLITE OFFICE AT 35 BENNINGTON STREET, EAST BOSTON WILL BE CLOSED FOR TWO WEEKS BEGINNING TUESDAY, JUNE 24TH It was a proud, and profoundly moving moment for Post-Gazette publisher Pare Donnaruma, to stand in the Newseum in Washington, D.C., and see dis- played a recent issue- of her newspaper as well as a photo and write-up about her grandfather, James V. Donnaruma, who, in 1896, founded La Gazetta del Massachusetts. The exhibit "One Nation with News for All," mounted in partnership with the Smithsoniau Institution, tells the dramatic story of how immi- grants and minorities used the power of the press to fight for their rights and shape the American experience. "I was thoroughly moved and quite emotional," said Mary N. DiZazzo, who viewed the exhibit earlier this month along with her husband David TrumbuU, also Post-Gazette columnists, and their publisher Pare and her friend Louie. Mary said she is proud to have been the beauty culture colum- nist, All That Zazz, for almost a dozen years. "Being {Continued on Page 2} Fourth AnnualSt. Padre Pio Procession On Sunday, June 22nd the streets of the North End came alive as the fourth annual St. Padre Pio Procession took place. Attendees participated in an Italian and English mass at Saint Leonard's Church organized by the Friends of Padre Pio fol- lowed by food and beverages and then went on to walk the streets of the North End, car- rying the statue of St. Pio from St. Leonard Church through the neighborhood, where devotees pinned donations on ribbons. Over $ 7,000 was collected, which all will go towards the church. It seems that every year the procession becomes more popular as this.year has been the biggest one yet, with approximately a thousand people fol- lowing the statue at the beginning. The pro- cession was accompanied by the North End Marching Band. Saint Pio was canonized by Pope John Paul II on June 16 in 2002. He was born Francesco Forgione and became known as Natalina Tizzano, Anna D'Amore Sirignano and Maria Cuccinelli. (Continued on Page 8)