Yesterday, the funeral was held for Michael DiMaria, the Hicksville resident who was killed while two other men were fighting in a Boston bar last week. A beer glass was thrown at DiMaria's group and shattered—one of the shards punctured his jugular vein. Newsday reports, "So many people packed the pews of the Holy Family Church.. that even the overflow chairs weren't enough to accommodate the crowd." The 23-year-old had just started a job on Wall Street, and Rev. Gerald Gentleman said, "We have justified anger at this senseless act, which was not an accident but an awful choice." The man who threw the glass was charged with manslaughter and is being held on $75,000 bail and the pub has stopped using glass vessels for the time being.