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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 22, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Post-hoopla: Celebs, patriotism reign
 •  Hawai'i leaders to visit Ehime Maru town
 •  Police briefs
 •  Workers comp costs continue to fall
 •  Tech stocks favored over blue chips as Nasdaq rises again
 •  Fire destroys Pearl Ridge townhouse
 •  State stages Chinatown raid in cigarette tax crackdown

Local News
 •  Hanauma Bay work halted
 •  'Pearl Harbor' premiere brings Hollywood to Hawai'i
 •  Gala guests love 'Pearl Harbor'
 •  Botanist ousted at Waimea Falls Park
 •  Sea World says talk of park 'premature'
 •  Hawai'i slips to No. 16 in nation in children's care
 •  Hurricane preparedness urged
 •  Prepare now for hurricane threat
 •  Fire erupts at Love's Bakery
 •  Services set for leader in Chinese community
 •  Olomana citizens reject fireworks ban
 •  GOP lawmaker McDermott to run for Mink seat
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Police/Courts
Officer cleared in fatal Waikiki shooting
 •  Police charge crime-spree suspect
 •  HPD to repair its scooters
 •  Commuting
Navy set to transfer roads at Kalaeloa
 •  O'ahu alternatives to the usual drive
 •  Roadwork
 •  Neighbor Islands
Vandals blamed for Waimea school chemical spill
 •  Puna landlord loses slander suit over fire
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Lee Cataluna
Regard for our public schools fluctuates
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections

 •  'Aiea topples Kalaheo for state basketball title
 •  Richardson can't hide the hurt following defeat
 •  Top seeds Jobe, Chong win state tennis singles titles
 •  Scoring change gives Campbell's Bailey no-hitter
 •  UH sports
Purtell sole Rainbow on All-WAC baseball team
 •  Wilton will meet with Yoshida over contract
 •  Other sports
Waialua surfer Moody dominates Junior Pro
 •  Former Warriors tackle Forney signs with Falcons
 •  Musashimaru wins, improves to 8-2
 •  Isle File
Aulea's Phillips sets record at swimming nationals
 •  Holding state tournaments was the right move

Island Life
 •  Island Style
Suiting up for ocean sports
 •  Americans carrying torch for tiki culture
 •  Stage Review
'Love 3 Times' triples pain with flawed characters, dialogue, set
 •  Weekend sales a fairy tale come true for DreamWorks' 'Shrek'
 •  Series starring Richard Dreyfuss gets network nod
 •  Bon dance list being prepared
 •  The Left Lane
Maybe they're not man's best friend
 •  TGI Tuesday
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Dillingham may sell Hawaiian Bitumuls to Grace Pacific
 •  HSTA, UHPA strikes push up unemployment figures
 •  Sia trial postponed amid new charges
 •  Tourism Talk
For a true wartime-in-Hawai'i experience, try a 'didyaknow' tour
 •  National business news
Ford to replace 10 million Firestone tires
 •  Procter & Gamble to acquire Clairol
 •  Report: 37 percent of software pirated
 •  Iomega president Albertson resigns

 •  Editorial
Ambitious GOP goals will require discipline
 •  Editorial
Kuhio Park Terrace plan must put residents first
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Second Opinion
Let's have civil grand juries

 •  Hawai'i Tech
Photo posting made easy
 •  Bytemarks
LimeWire a Napster-like Mac option
 •  Didgets
Web site dedicated to bringing tug home
 •  Wired In
Accusations of false advertising may cost two Internet providers