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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 14, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  State tax collections $150 million short
 •  Hanauma Bay reopened after men-of-war invasion
 •  Outrigger redevelopment project put on hold
 •  Firefighters battle Kahuku brush fire
 •  Palolo home damaged in fire
 •  Former Punahou runner voted into hall of fame
 •  Missing-child e-mail called hoax
 •  Consumer spending helps lift stocks

Local News
 •  City Council proposes new ban on smoking
 •  Health and safety
Decontamination unit planned at Queen's
 •  Postal Service expands role
 •  Increased security leads to drug busts
 •  Teams continue dengue battle
 •  Democrats say a lot got done in session
 •  Other news
Heiress' home nearing goal of public display
 •  Castle gets $3 million for medical plaza plans
 •  Man found guilty in Nanakuli slaying
 •  Army finds in-house work cheaper than outsourcing
 •  UH medical school head reorganizes staff
 •  Hindu leader Subramuniyaswami dead at 74
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Police target Kahului seat-belt violators
 •  Kihei tennis courts to be repaired
 •  Obituaries
 •  Bob Krauss
Veins full of kindness, printer's ink

 •  Repeat: Jones staying
 •  Miami (Fla.) it's not, but it can play, too
 •  Tomey might not be through
 •  Underclassmen overachieving
 •  Young and restless Wahine ready to rise and shine
 •  Eligibility of players still in limbo
 •  Castle gets down to business as it prepares to visit Waimea
 •  St. Louis' McDowell commits to UH baseball
 •  World title within reach for Hawai'i's Abubo, Ballard
 •  Homegrown Report
Hilo High graduate earns soccer honor
 •  November Grand Sumo Tourament
Musashimaru defeats Wakanosato, improves to 4-0
 •  Isle File
Korea beats U.S. in World Cup volleyball
 •  Nissan Girls State Volleyball Tournament
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Ramadan in a Western world
 •  Hawai'i Public Radio celebrating its first 20 years
 •  At the Movies: 'Harry Potter and the Socerer's Stone'
 •  Harry Potter toys, games also hot sellers
 •  Turkey to go may be best bet during these hectic times
 •  Around Town
Calling all swingers
 •  The Left Lane
What's next, disco?
 •  Movie Openings
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Taste
Festive Filipino foods
 •  Stuffing need not be full of fats
 •  Food for Thought
Stick to basics if you want a tasty turkey
 •  Off the Shelf
Solo or blended with other grains, wild rice is a treat
 •  Cook's Tips
Measure carefully when making cookies
 •  Market Basket
 •  Quick Bites
Hotel celebrating flavors of Puerto Rico
 •  Culinary Calendar
 •  Vintages
Fruity whites, softer reds go best with bird

 •  Kama'aina business to close after 93 years
 •  Hawai'i unions form coalition
 •  Business briefs
 •  National business
Alamo, National parent bankrupt
 •  Houston, fourth-largest U.S. city, faces massive job cuts
 •  Three major retailers' earnings improve
 •  Xbox games system to hit stores

 •  Editorials
Why not combine med school, tobacco fight?
 •  Wave energy program could benefit Hawai'i
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Volcanic Ash
Heroes also come in size small