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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for June 22, 2001

Local News
 •  Sex-age veto stirs Capitol discord
 •  Mirikitani takes stand, denies kickback charge
 •  Minisub enters USS Arizona to survey structure's integrity
 •  DOE raises price of school lunch to $1
 •  Abraham Aiona, community leader, dead at 75
 •  Judiciary official Namu'o named OHA administrator
 •  University of Hawai'i
Hokule'a navigator resigns from Board of Regents
 •  UH to request Kaka'ako site for med school
 •  Dobelle arrives today; will take charge July 2
 •  Police
Wai'anae school arson incidents stump officials
 •  Street racing hits big screen, radar screens
 •  Other news
Possible Hawai'i appointees may hear from president soon
 •  Mercury cleanup near Pearl Harbor under way
 •  Struggling taxi drivers get OK to raise rates
 •  Kailua's vision team receives wish list
 •  Diner/bar, Hawai'i Kai neighbors advised to talk it over
 •  Oahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Man convicted of murdering horse trader on Big Island
 •  Puna man shot by police out of hospital, denied bail
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Football field offers life lessons

 •  Wie advances to quarterfinals of U.S. Women's Publinx
 •  St. Louis looking to fill forfeited football date
 •  Teen pitcher shuts down Japan in U.S. Cup softball
 •  Fulcher back for a shot at pro bodybuilding career
 •  UH sports
Trapasso hires batting coach from Georgia Tech
 •  UH considering refunds for Friday football game
 •  Recreation
Lana'i's Munro Trail enthralls trio of hikers
 •  Valley views throughout Kamanaiki Trail hike
 •  Orchid at Mauna Lani sets youth tennis camps
 •  The racing report
 •  Other sports
Paddling, cheerleading events need further study
 •  Hawai'i's Bryan Clay second in decathlon
 •  Aloha State Games results
 •  Isle File
Last Hawai'i boxer loses in Junior Olympics
 •  Ferd Lewis
Refusing to move game wasn't an option

Island Life
 •  Shop offers double dose of pleasure
 •  Black stars honored for achievements
 •  Lara Croft figures designed to catch collectors' eyes
 •  The Left Lane
Art museum director discusses censorship
 •  Tip-off
Tommy Davidson performs in July
Bagpipes and blarney will fire up World Cafe
Rock music event will be a fund-raiser
 •  Show Biz
Former Islander, host of new CNN talk show
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Friday

 •  Hotel occupancy woes continue
 •  For 7th year, Gates tops Forbes' richest list
 •  Entrepreneurs pitch projects to investors
 •  State's jobless rate drops slightly
 •  Debt measures will slow growth
 •  Matson gets new CFO

 •  Editorial
Damien, ILH are on the right track
 •  Editorial
Bush team handles Tanaka visit well
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Kanaka maoli have third option

 •  Taste of Honolulu 101: Go for grind
 •  Music Scene
Classical guitarist grew up jamming
 •  Waikiki Aquarium ready for summer concert series
 •  Sister Keahi's back home, singing the blues
 •  Dining Scene
Manoa mist can't dampen spirits at Beau Soleil
 •  Lunch Break
Lee & Li offers a double delight in Chinese food
 •  Movie Scene
'Dr. Dolittle' sequel does little and less to find wit of original
 •  'Fast and Furious' backfires, misfires and is just a plain drag
 •  Extra Scoop
'Proof ' DVD sheds no light on Crowe-Ryan antics
 •  Specialty Theaters
 •  Dance Scene
Kumu hula decides to step back, reflect
 •  Espiritu's Tau Dance troupe triumphs over adversity
 •  Pet Scene
For pet owners, the event of the year
 •  Hawai'i no ka 'oi when it comes to yo-yos
 •  'Dolphin Days' overflow with food and music
 •  The TGIF Calendar
 •  The Buzz
 •  Critic's choice
 •  What's Up!
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Neighbor Isles