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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 7, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Search for Ehime Maru victims end
 •  Council kills ban on restaurant smoking
 •  Ehime memorial design supported
 •  Chemical scare closes part of Hotel Street again
 •  Big Island shooting suspect arrested
 •  Stocks mostly down as investors wait, see

Local News
 •  Thieves kidnap puppets used in 'Big Blue House'
 •  Harbor security stretches resources
 •  Stamp to honor Kahanamoku
 •  City affairs
Waikiki sunsets, movies await you
 •  City proposes to double Waialua, Hale'iwa bus service
 •  Former judge says Harris must quit as mayor
 •  Other news
Special ed takeover unlikely
 •  Beachgoers unhappy with access proposal
 •  'Go for Broke' — Korean American style
 •  Kaka'ako may get Ehime memorial
 •  Major 'Ewa artery downsized
 •  Mililani High encourages girls to go high-tech
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Big Island confronts budget crunch
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Bob Krauss
Toilet rule going down the tubes

 •  Jones dispels 'Net rumor he's thinking of leaving
 •  Boise QB has sweet tooth to match sweet touch
 •  Wahine volleyball
Wahine face upset-minded San Jose, Fresno
 •  WAC tournament reborn
 •  Hawai'i Homegrown Report
Moanalua's Walker starting FB for Huskies
 •  News of other Hawai'i athletes
 •  Other news
Media picks UH second in WAC men's basketball
 •  Kamehameha top seed in state volleyball
 •  Rowan now sumo security official
 •  Wahine 4th seed in WAC soccer tournament
 •  Isle File
Surfer Moody in contention for world title
 •  Ferd Lewis
Owners putting squeeze on game
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Paddling trip in Tahiti offers new goals for teens
 •  Sept. 11 leads to greeting cards emphasizing pride, patriotism
 •  New Madonna books offer underwhelming revelations
 •  Peter Fonda film to be closing night feature
 •  The Left Lane
Schoolboy says he dubbed Harry Potter
 •  Show Biz
For many Maui diners, a meal at Sansei will mean less time on road
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Taste
Traditional French technique reincarnated and updated
 •  A pair of confits for the home chef
 •  Food for Thought
A few tricks of the chef's trade
 •  Off the Shelf
Shallots, milder than onions, versatile in sauces and sautés
 •  Cook's Tips
Make caramel dessert garnish on the spot
 •  Quick Bites
Cookie maker moves into retailing
 •  Profile: David Luna
 •  Market Basket
 •  Culinary Calendar

 •  Gas still costly in Hawai'i, despite drop on Mainland
 •  Tour bus companies raising rates
 •  Visitors applaud Hawai'i experience
 •  Aquasearch claimant calls for ouster at top
 •  Business briefs
 •  U.S., world business
Fed cuts key interest rate a half point
 •  Microsoft lawsuit split in two
 •  Singapore Airlines to reduce flights to U.S.
 •  Airlines expect losses to worsen
 •  CD rates lowest ever, and going lower
 •  Yahoo plans to charge auction commissions

 •  Editorials
Keep new powers out in the sunshine
 •  No smoking doesn't mean no business
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Volcanic Ash
'Back to Future' with Andy?
 •  Island Voices
What a new draft might be