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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 2, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Chemical scare closes part of Hotel Street
 •  Agencies to get $1.6 million in ADB reimbursement
 •  Maui school closed after counselor falls ill
 •  Police Beat
 •  Stocks mostly higher despite jobless report
 •  Kamehameha Schools' investment chief quits
 •  Lawmakers close session; GOP wanted more done
St. Louis wins ILH football crown
 •  Nightclubs

Local News
 •  Hamamoto named interim schools chief until August
 •  State, teachers union head for hearing over bonuses
 •  Ruling on special-ed receiver set for Nov. 30
 •  The September 11th attack
National Guard drills for disaster at Aloha Stadium
 •  Cayetano to offer free vacations to WTC recovery workers
 •  Hazmat crews respond to 31 calls
 •  Other news
New HECO plan hides five Wa'ahila Ridge poles
 •  Five new dengue cases, including Big Island's first
 •  College Hill renovations at $880,527 and counting
 •  Special session ends today with mixed reviews
 •  Accused killer's mind went blank after bedroom scene, judge told
 •  Wai'alae-Kahala board makes construction wish list
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Witnesses tell of events leading to Kaua'i stabbing death
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Chiropractor's 'honor box' helps keep patients

 •  High schools
Kahuku, 'Aiea advance in OIA football playoffs
 •  Na Ali'i too much for Wai'anae
 •  Castle, Waipahu, Kailua, Mililani square off
 •  Pearl City girls, 'Aiea boys win OIA bowling
 •  UH sports
Lenient basketball penalty approved
 •  Spartan QB still on mission
 •  Wahine beat Spartans, qualify for WAC tourney
 •  Recreation
The search for tako
 •  MADD fun run/walk set for Nov. 18 downtown
 •  The racing report
 •  Notices
 •  Isle File
31 Hawai'i athletes PacWest All-Academic
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  Counselors seek to address heightened fear of flying
 •  Harvard teen's aphorisms become book years later
 •  KCCN lays off news, program directors
 •  Tip-off
Chamber orchestra society announces 10-program series
 •  The Left Lane
Bravo does Broadway
 •  Show Biz
Ruivivars call it quits, one day at a time
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  Hawai'i in recession until late 2002, UH experts say
 •  Buyer says four Crazy Shirts stores will remain closed
 •  Shipbuilder ends Hawai'i cruise project
 •  Biotech firm vows to fight lawsuit
 •  Business briefs
 •  National business
Consumer spending plunges 1.8 percent
 •  No-interest finance sparks auto sales
 •  Lockheed, Boeing may team up to develop new fighter jet

 •  Editorial
State must deal wisely with airport retailers
 •  Editorial
Shop locally, and hope the favor is returned
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Big Island charter school is surviving

 •  Movie Scene
From another war: WW II veterans are HIFF subjects
 •  Movie Review: 'Journey to Honor'
Veterans' saga touches a son's life
WWII film explores forgiveness
 •  Sept. 11 muted much film-industry hoopla
 •  6 films in running for top prize
 •  Jurors are film-industry notables
 •  Screening Room
 •  Music Scene
Nona Beamer's 1948 show revisited
 •  Pianist finds Hawai'i comfort zone
 •  CD Review
Patriotic songs on CD help unify America
 •  Stage Scene
Sharing the Hawaiian culture through theater
 •  Dining Scene
Zazou transports diners to a different world
 •  Dining Scene: Lunch Break
Taking lunchwagon cuisine to a new level
 •  Music Scene
Billboard Hits
 •  Critic's Choice
Best bets in art and theater
 •  Dance Scene
E Ho'i Mai hula fest hits decade mark
 •  Movie Scene
'Monsters, Inc.' may be fall's funniest film|
'Life as a House' succumbs to gooey preachiness
'Domestic Disturbance' drags down Travolta
 •  Hawai'i International Film Festival information
 •  Radio Dial
 •  Ticket information
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  The Buzz
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Nightclubs