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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 18, 2001

Local News
 •  Diamond Head plan awaits fate
 •  Inquiry's testimony centers on Waddle
 •  Youth gangs rise outside Honolulu
 •  Seabees build themselves a memorial
 •  Traffic accidents claim two lives
 •  Residents brace for noise
 •  Obituaries
 •  Cookbooks, like diaries, reveal a person's soul
 •  4 moms and a ball of fluff
 •  Community Calendar
 •  O'ahu Briefs
 •  Injured cat's owner condemns use of snares

 •  Wahine's next opponent in a shooting zone
 •  Future bright for fairy tale 'Bows
 •  Warriors rally past Bears in four
 •  Unheralded Warriors steal show
 •  Rainbows' injuries begin to mount
Water polo
 •  USC routs Hawai'i in Challenge final
 •  Some history not worth reliving
Other sports
 •  March Grand Sumo Tournament
High schools
 •  Punahou holds off Kamehameha, 5-4
Isle File
 •  Nevada pounds UH-Hilo in baseball

Island Life
 •  Consequences of body perfect obession
Hawai'i Gardens
 •  Remembering horticulturist Donald Angus
Animal Companions
 •  New method measures pets' ages
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Home & garden calendar
Hawai'i Ways, Hawai'i Days
 •  Fond memories of grandfather
 •  Maui art show considerably better than previous year's
 •  Art calendar

 •  Isle airlines flying in another direction
 •  Hawaiian's future flies on new 717s
 •  Online ticket brokers fire back at Northwest

 •  Quick fixes won't revive stock market
 •  Troubled U.S., Japan economies worry Asia
 •  Nasdaq slump puts damper on IPOs
 •  Investors search for market's bottom

 •  OPEC to cut oil output by 4 percent

 •  Napster use down as screening starts

 •  PUC should rule first on Wa'ahila power line
 •  A big dose of Asia for President Bush
University at crossroads
 •  Recognizing what UH is and must be
 •  Dual school system reflects ethnic, class differences
 •  New president: Excellence is only goal
After Deadline
 •  Addressing a reader's complaint: Yes, we do care
Bob Dye
 •  Mansho should step gracefully out of City Council spotlight
Jerry Burris
 •  Hurting or helping democracy?
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Cultivating eager learners/Parents can start early, encourage activities
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Car buffs rev their motors over this radio show
 •  Big cat makes new home of the Honolulu Zoo
Dr. Gadget's Science Machine
 •  Putting pressure on a bottle makes it want to blow
 •  Hot wired!/High school students ready to race their electric go-carts
For Better, For Worse
 •  Middle-aged couple finds love online/Unconventional dating worked better for pair
 •  Parents must be aware of what kids stick up their nose
Fun House
 •  No snack for new kid on the pew
Honorable Mention
 •  Center reclaims agricultural legacy in Wai'anae
Family Matters
 •  Mom insists that her 'tired' kids help with the chores
 •  Disabled preschool children eligible for tuition subsidies
 •  Two experts to give free presentation
 •  Mothers organize book club for daughters
 •  Agencies that can help
 •  Mililani YMCA offers free parenting workshops