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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 26, 2001

Local News
 •  Civil rights
State loses $4 million in gender bias suit
 •  Bush shakes up military's mission
 •  'Hawaiian only' rule by school under fire
 •  Judge reverses pilot's $1.4 million damages award
 •  State government
Cayetano wants Circuit Court judge nominee blocked
 •  State audit targets medical programs
 •  Cayetano to sign 'hate crimes' bill
 •  Other news
Lei to drape graves with gratitude
 •  O'ahu setting for talks on North Korea
 •  Mercury turns up at housing project
 •  Thousands see 'Pearl Harbor' in 7:55 a.m. showings
 •  State spelling champ off to national bee
 •  Neighbor Islands
Coalition contests water leases on Maui
 •  Po'ipu Beach ranked best in nation
 •  Corrections
 •  Obituaries
 •  Mike Leidemann
One more reason to stand tall

 •  Viloria sidelined with broken right hand
 •  Komine wins regional opener for Nebraska
 •  Registration deadlines near for Aloha State Games
 •  Wahine softball coach Coolen says he wants to return
 •  May Grand Sumo Tournament
 •  Lakers trounce San Antonio for 3-0 series lead
 •  Sports notices

Island Life
 •  Book review
Woman seeks purpose on her spiritual journey
 •  Island Sounds
Jungle Juice's reggae tracks all originals by band members
 •  Stage Review
'Starving Artists' Pinkosh gives energetic star turn
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Faith
Congregation is all of Kalihi
 •  Faith Calendar
 •  Where we worship
New Hope Christian Fellowship believes church is a 'team effort'
 •  Expressions of Faith
Queen acted upon her faith
 •  Stage Review
Starving Artists' Pinkosh gives energetic star turn

 •  Aloha Airlines losses reflect expansion costs
 •  Honolulu software developer Axean cuts back
 •  Former bank chairman pleads not guilty to charges
 •  U.S. economy inching along
 •  Business briefs
 •  Internet
Monster.com founder graduating

 •  Editorial
Reapportion groups must not fear creativity
 •  Editorial
For the U.S., education overseas counts, too
 •  Letters to the Editor