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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 31, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Red Hill accident disrupts morning commute
 •  Police Beat
 •  Purchase of Digital Island completed
 •  Stocks slightly recover after disastrous week
 •  Police Beat
 •  Recycling agreement struck with city
 •  3 rescued after boat sinks
 •  Weather delay in Ehime Maru recovery operation

Local News
 •  Crash victim's husband refuses to hold grudge
 •  Providence, R.I., also dealing with street racing
 •  Police cellblock food investigation widens
 •  Lava flow threatens to cover road again
 •  Kawaiaha'o head pastor may resign
 •  Navy's Ehime Maru operation hits a snag
Hawai'i's voter turnout among worst
 •  Police/Courts
Firefighters contain Waiawa blaze
 •  Arakawa trial postponed until January
 •  Police Beat
 •  Other news
Korean celebration under way
 •  ACLU bills city, state for ADB meeting
 •  State to mandate anonymous HIV reporting
 •  Changes coming to Hawai'i Kai traffic
 •  State Hospital may be eased
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  What's open and closed on Labor Day
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Politicians misjudge our limits

 •  Flores' return to forward gives Wahine soccer boost
 •  Wahine in a must-win mood
 •  Warriors juggle football, families
 •  4,000 tickets remain for season opener on Maui
 •  Castle out to prove it belongs as it meets Wai'anae
 •  Shaq has surgery on toe
 •  Recreation
Little traffic, great challenge await hikers on Lau'ulu Trail
 •  State horseshoe event on tap
 •  The racing report
 •  Isle File
Kona canoe races draw more than 300 crews

Island Life
 •  Television's Fred Rogers leaving the neighborhood
 •  Rogers won't stray far from neighborhood
 •  Maui publishing firm to showcase new books
 •  The Left Lane
'Olelo hopes you'll pass on the reruns
 •  Around Town
Music festival to feature four acts
 •  Show Biz
California show to feature Hawai'i fashions
 •  Information on craft fairs sought
 •  'Tripitaka' universal in appeal
 •  Halau Hula Olana wins keiki hula competition
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Royal Hawaiian center to get major makeover
 •  Japanese arrivals increase
 •  Adtech prepares for more layoffs
 •  High tech incubator gets interim chief
 •  U.S., world economy
Japanese economy gets more bad news
 •  Dow closes below 10,000
 •  Fiji struggles to revive crippled industry
 •  EU expands probe of Microsoft

 •  Editorial
Contract dispute even more pointless now
 •  Editorial
Hawai'i doesn't need mega-jackpot lottery
 •  Island Voices
Right choices can keep lights on
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Hughley: Comedian rose from tough streets of L.A.
 •  Actor Morita returns to Hawai'i's comedy scene
 •  Music Scene
So you wanna be a rock-ska?

Canned Heat loyal to party blues sounds

 •  Anything goes with Friends of the Bride
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Dining Scene
Haleiwa Joe's serves food that is fresh and tasty
 •  Lunch Break: Two ways to enjoy a delicious workday lunch
 •  Movie Scene
Quirky 'Ghost World' a supernatural delight
 •  'O' is wonderful reworking of Shakespeare's 'Othello'
 •  'Jeepers Creepers' frighteningly good film
 •  Screening room
 •  DVD Scene
Spirit of 'Forrest Gump' lives on in two-disc edition
 •  Dance Scene
Swing pioneers to show fancy footwork
 •  Stage Scene
Curtains rise with variety of styles and themes
 •  Lit Scene
Poetic sounds of music take Wordstew stage
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  What's Up!
 •  Nightclubs
 •  Neighbor Islands Calendar
 •  Radio Dial