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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 5, 2001

Local News
 •  Fatal morning crash snarls Pearl City highway traffic
 •  Honolulu Airport to get $200 million face-lift
 •  Education
Creationism has its place, experts say
 •  UH president says film school possible
 •  Teachers to weigh options in contract bonus dispute
 •  UH, Meadow Gold in talks over Waimanalo farm
 •  Other news
Hannemann not turning back
 •  AT&T to move Mililani Mauka antenna
 •  Herman G.P. Lemke, former council chairman, dead at 84
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Four tour bus crash victims flown to O'ahu
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Obituaries
 •  Bob Krauss
Vigilantes, grass shacks and C. Brewer
 •  Lee Cataluna
Energy funneled into creationism debate best served elsewhere

 •  Bigger stadium may not necessarily mean better
 •  Paying the price for a bigger stadium
 •  Ferd Lewis
50,000 seats plenty for now
 •  Hawaiian Canoe Club races to first state title
 •  Sandblom, Ndiaye take tennis title
 •  Agbayani playing waiting game
 •  Youth invades Stroke Play field
 •  Young talent, transfers have Waialua envisioning playoffs
 •  Swimming
Flanagan, Jackson win finale
 •  Swimming
Iolani's Sun off to Nationals
 •  On the Air
 •  Isle File
Big Man Camp coming to Kamehameha

Island Life
 •  Tattoos that tell stories
 •  Kennedy's new season kicks off with the Bard
 •  Cades literary awards looking for nominees
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Art Review
Artists share the stories behind 'timetime' works
 •  Art Calendar
 •  'Nightline' to shed light on issues in gay community
 •  Home & Gardens Calendar
 •  Kumu Kahua schedules
 •  Tiffany's Hawai'i store to show older work
 •  Hawai'i Ways
Sashaying with the hula ladies
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  Kaka'ako high-tech vision has yet to materialize
 •  Hawai'i Kai firm's Japan fund takes off
 •  National business
Singapore industrial production tumbles
 •  California sees major housing shortage
 •  Guadalajara faces challenges as Mexico's high-tech center
 •  A penny or $0.01 for your thoughts

 •  Editorial
Students deserve a fair shot at success
 •  Editorial
Weapons in space: Let's not be in a hurry
 •  Commentary
Colin Powell, master diplomat at work
 •  Island Voices
UH can bridge the Asian Pacific gap
 •  Focus
'Smart Growth' or suburban sprawl?
 •  After Deadline
Guests bring seasoned perspectives to Advertiser
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Jerry Burris
Humor helps warm diplomacy

 •  Back to school: Teaching kids the safety basics
 •  Swing dance program tries to teach life skills
 •  Fall kids' art classes planned
 •  Get cozy with animals at sleepover
 •  Tell us about your cool summer
 •  Family Matters`
A promise is a promise, for adults or for children
 •  Fun House
'Mommy, this is Daddy. Let me in!'
 •  Prescriptions
Bedwetting is a commonly mishandled problem
 •  Dr. Gadget's Science Machine
Electroscope exercise will open your eyes
 •  For Better, For Worse
Couple doesn't let absence take away from their love
 •  Challenge a young chess whiz
 •  Births
 •  Achievers
 •  Volunteers
 •  Family Calendar