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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 28, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Laumaka escapee arrested; state hospital escapee sought
 •  Navy says it'll pay Ehime Maru hospital bills
 •  Governor, HSTA square off tonight after teachers lower demands
 •  Mercury spill cleaned up
 •  Elderly fire victims leave hospital
 •  Robbery suspect to be tried as adult
 •  Police briefs
 •  Police probe possible bomb link
 •  Royal Lahaina Resort, union reach tentative deal
 •  O'ahu business board raises $1M
 •  Data center company signs on $34M
 •  Kahala Burger King closes

Local News
 •  Finance reform bills dead
 •  Mo'ili'ili man fights OHA programs
 •  Security plans gel for Asian Development Bank meeting
 •  'Gladiator,' 'Crouching Tiger' triumph at Oscars
 •  Warriors build confidence, depth
 •  UH offers long-distance MBA instruction
 •  Makua issue unsettled
 •  Harbor Court offer weighed
 •  Police discipline bill stalls
 •  'Bows sweep San Jose State in WAC baseball
 •  Wahine paved way for postseasons to come
 •  Isle wrestlers win nationals
Island People
 •  Lauhala weaver has a style all her own
 •  Woman's angel pins healing hearts
 •  Vicky Cayetano beats the rush for 'God's Photo Album'
 •  Tokyo stocks open higher
 •  Shell gas stations update appearance
Hawai'i at Work
 •  Seminars offer advice for doing business in China
 •  Tryout Calendar
 •  TGI Monday
Island Voices
 •  Turning Ala Wai into park a bad idea
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  New Economy tax bills must not be left behind
 •  DUI concern mustn't encourage police state
 •  Windward Mall plans events for spring break
 •  Tube Notes
 •  'Na Kupuna Night' revived for anniversary
 •  Tenor Andrea Bocelli enjoys popularity, despite critics
 •  'Accelerate TV' airs another episode tonight
 •  TGI Monday
 •  Tryouts
 •  Army hopes beret brings unity
 •  New role for war veteran
 •  Briefs
Military Update
 •  Commission turns in proposals for reform
60 Seconds on Business
 •  Flexibility improves customer service
 •  Coming Events
 •  Dot.com loses its aura as investors reject tech firms
 •  Notes creator back in the Groove
 •  Poor e-tail not good for retail
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Roadwork
 •  Fords strut stuff in Kailua
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Some offices, facilities closing for Kuhio Day
 •  Police Beat
Neighbor Islands
 •  Bargaining impasse delays harvest of sugar on Kaua'i
 •  Promotion protects native flora
 •  Safety first, young bicyclists told
 •  The campaign contribution dossier
Isle File
 •  Ex-Punahou runner 61st in the world
 •  Wahine win one, lose one, take tourney title with 5-1 mark
 •  Man saves wife in Waialae house fire
 •  Labor board member bows out of teacher dispute
 •  Police briefs
 •  Pearl City Burger King closed after fire

 •  Gauchos tee off on UH pitchers, win 13-4
 •  UH volleyball team plays UC Irvine tonight
 •  High Schools Kamehameha hands Mid-Pacific first baseball loss
 •  Ex-Rainbow returns to Manoa as a Sea Warrior on an offensive tear
 •  Seahawks talking to Jerry Rice
 •  Ferd Lewis Sadly, it's the $ign of times
 •  Mourning ready to lead Heat into NBA playoffs
 •  Isle File UH men's basketball team to be honored at banquet

Island Life
 •  Enhancing natural beauty
 •  Mixing old, new clothes makes fashion statement
Show Biz
 •  Gillioms take roles in new film 'Tomcats'
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Rotisserie chicken
 •  Iron Chef Japanese joins local benefit
Market Basket
 •  These 'beans' are made from Jell-O
Quick Bites
 •  Culinary students give fine dinner
 •  Culinary Calendar
 •  Recipe contests urge creativity with specific ingredients
 •  Profiles
Island Pantry
 •  Kalei-Tei curry chef cooks home-style, from scratch
Light Touch
 •  Port mushroom sauce adds rich flavor to pepper steak
 •  Everything's fishy at this smokehouse
The Vegetarian
 •  Variation of traditional gumbo keeps rich flavor, loses the fat

 •  Isles sail into new era of cruise ships
Biggest U.S.-built cruise ship in works
 •  Gannett purchases Wahiawa publishing company
 •  Isle firm's discovery could lead to cancer cure
 •  Isles fourth in world traveler spending
 •  Consumer optimism climbs
 •  Chinadotcom to scale back, slash 400 jobs
 •  Europe feeling U.S. economic pain
 •  Business briefs

 •  Letters to the Editor
Island Voices
 •  State needs systemic change
 •  Ex-Sen. Baker a wise choice as Japan envoy
 •  Development Bank meeting is for all voices