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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 21, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Students' U.S. flag hangs at Pentagon
 •  Advertiser buys print-facility land
 •  Police Briefs
 •  Tech bargains offset economic doubt

Local News
 •  Cayetano seeks liquor tax increase
 •  Raids bust heroin ring from Mexico
 •  Cockfight penalties revised
 •  Police Beat
 •  HPD among award's top 10
 •  Hamamoto reorganization of DOE gets go-ahead
 •  Medical school turf battle settled
 •  Project fights under-age drinking
 •  State to release nene on Moloka'i
 •  Liquor panel changes position
 •  Seaplane firm hails end of restrictions
 •  Kaimuki group preserves holiday icon
 •  'Bizarre' giant squid spotted in deep seas
 •  Obituaries
 •  Hawai'i briefs
 •  What's open and closed
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Sept. 11 victims could get $1.6 million each
Advertiser Christmas Fund
 •  Disabled man needs clothes, pots
 •  Food banks get $500,000
Lee Cataluna
 •  Golf ball 'assault' just stupid

 •  Jones mum on $1M offer to coach Ga. Tech
 •  QB Chang to have surgery
 •  Pressure still on Rainbows in Classic
 •  Miami (Ohio) surprises No. 10 Boston College
 •  Fairfax holds off Iolani
 •  Agbayani can take it easy this holiday season
 •  Recreation
Air Soft offers a paintball alternative
 •  Hunter education classes scheduled for early 2002
 •  Outside Notices
 •  Isle File
Hawai'i Pacific wins fourth in row, 78-54
 •  Ferd Lewis
Jones has leverage on his side
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Sampling a few dressier Waikiki watering holes
 •  Turn your keiki into a holiday fashion princess
 •  Honolulu designer targets girls with glitz on their minds
 •  The Left Lane
Telltale signs that Old Man Winter is here
 •  Show Biz
A little something for everyone's Christmas stocking
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  Merged airline sees quick consolidation
 •  Arrivals drop 27 percent
 •  Healthcare merger will not cost jobs
 •  Alexander & Baldwin forecasts profit decline
 •  Bush puts off strike at United
 •  BancWest now a part of Paris' BNP Paribas
 •  Venture cash for startup firm

 •  Editorial
HPD: Citizens can't judge performance
 •  Editorial
Cayetano warming up to foreign cruise ships
 •  Medicare reductions can only kill services
 •  Letters to the editor

 •  Music Scene
Catch rising star Alicia Keys in action at World Cafe concert
 •  Riding back to Hawai'i on a musical wave
 •  Billboard Hits
 •  Dining Scene
Andy's healthy fare keeps crowds coming
 •  Movie Scene
'Kate & Leopold' is real blast from past
 •  Lord of the Rings' is vivid, imaginative stunner
 •  'Joe Somebody' more suited for TV than big screen
 •  'Jimmy Neutron' is smart, funny animated wonder
 •  At the Movies: 'How High'
 •  Populist partners Ron Howard and Brian Grazer turn to life of the mind
 •  Test your knowledge of 'Rings'
 •  Screening room
 •  Dance Scene
'Nutcracker' prince leaps at Hawai'i role
 •  Club Scene
An inviting evening with Sinatra stylist
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  The Buzz
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Critic's Choice
 •  Nightclubs