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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 15, 2001

Local News
 •  Lieutenant provides account of crew's ordeal
 •  Home base embraces EP-3 crew
 •  Strike news
Price tag of raises may soar in future
 •  UHPA deal elusive despite hours of talks
 •  Easter
Preach to the choir or to the crowd?
 •  Waddle court-martial unlikely, reports say
 •  City wary of Asian Development Bank protest
 •  Cartoon offends Jewish groups
 •  Opening Sacred Falls still an option
 •  Bus transfer system defended by operator
 •  Kailua cafe takes vow of silence
 •  Burning old tires generates energy
 •  UH graduate picked for top science award
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Hilo rock-wall builder to demonstrate skills
 •  Education a real-world experience
 •  Rap has been gone 17 years, but his spirit, humor live on
 •  Obituaries
 •  Community Calendar

 •  UH spiked where it hurts
 •  NFL draft: Raiola expected to go in early round
 •  Baseball
Fernandez re-retires
 •  Strike causes Maui league to cancel regular seasons
 •  Volleyball
Strike might cost Kahumoku time with Team USA
 •  Baseball
Omori, Kimura, Bock hit homers to back Coleman's pitching
 •  Running
Friis challenged, but wins Ford Island run
 •  High Schools
Punahou drops St. Louis from first
 •  Softball
Duran's shutout helps Wahine split
 •  Isle File
UH sweeps in water polo
 •  Zone will give NBA big boost

Island Life
 •  The evolution of the Merrie Monarch into hula's 'Olympics'
 •  List of hula halau entered in the Merrie Monarch
 •  Columnist packs up an office full of memories
 •  Hawai'i Gardens
'Ulei one of most versatile plants native to Hawai'i
 •  Home events
 •  Art
Watercolors exhibit shimmers with local flavor
 •  Handcrafted boxes on display at Ward gallery
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Animal Companions
Include your pet in your estate planning
 •  Share with us your prom horror stories
 •  Vineyard remembered as Hawai'i's 'Main Street'
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Bank wears gentler face
 •  Dean offers links to Bay area
 •  Mailing taxes late biggest mistake
 •  Contribute to your IRA before April 16
 •  Yahoo to stop selling porn
 •  Laid-off find new jobs fast
 •  Kellogg deal sweetens cookie market

 •  Teacher strike: Time is getting very short
 •  Execution witnesses: How many is enough?
 •  Asian Development Bank meeting
Projects help those who are poorest
 •  Bank's idea of progress has made many suffer
 •  Aid projects often ignore effect on poor
 •  Global capitalism will help the poor
 •  Jerry Burris Campaigns sure to be entertaining
 •  Thomas Plate Don't mess with U.S.-Asia marketplace
 •  Bob Dye Heen leaves behind a proud tradition
 •  After Deadline Strikes offer chance for everyone to learn
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  In Hawai'i, tradition can pay off: Envelopes containing cash expected as gifts at weddings, funerals
 •  More guidelines on envelope ethics
 •  Island mothers win honors for activities, promoting values
 •  In Waikiki: Great Keiki & Teen Fest at Kapi'olani Park on Saturday
 •  On Saturday: Museum storytelling festival honors Mary Kawena Pukui
 •  For Better, For Worse
An unlikely match ended up her soulmate
 •  Honorable Mention
Young playwright wins national competition
 •  Fun House
Clothes-shopping troubles for dad
 •  Prescriptions
Creatine use could be more harmful than helpful
 •  Dr. Gadget's Science Machine
Vibrations with strings and containers
 •  Share your family's dining tips
 •  Deb Aoki's Bento Box
 •  Achievers
 •  Births
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Weddings