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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 16, 2001

Local News
 •  Consultant tells Dobelle UH mired in mediocrity
 •  Loyal Garner dies of cancer at age 55
 •  'Iolani Palace official apologizes for flying U.S. flag
 •  Youths rally to end teen smoking
 •  Cayetano wants to use cash reserves to balance budget
 •  Hanauma Bay upgrade five months behind schedule
 •  Judge quashes Suzuki subpoena
 •  Police Beat
 •  Other news
Campbell Foundation gives $500,000 to Wai'anae health center
 •  Navy prepares to move Ehime Maru to final spot
 •  Proviso on Kaua'i land donation debated
 •  Francis Hughes, ex-Kailua druggist, dead at 87
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Nude not beautiful in public

 •  OIA champ Kahuku ousted in state volleyball 1st round
 •  Wahine's Wagner plays with heavy heart
 •  Wahine volleyball team seeking to spread offense
 •  Carey starts at right-side hitter
 •  RedHawks will take to air against UH
 •  Crusaders won't look past Na Ali'i
 •  CNN/SI will air Rainbow Classic
 •  G-Shock Hawaiian Pro kicks off Triple Crown of Surfing
 •  Musashimaru defeats Tamanoshima, tied with two others for lead
 •  HPU volleyball beats Seattle Pacific
 •  UH's Smith ready for championships
 •  Recreation
Cowgirls make their mark
 •  Waiawa Ditch trail offers view that comes with price
 •  Sports notices
 •  The racing report
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Harry Potter critics say, 'it's cool'
 •  For some, 'Potter' peddlers cast pall rather than spell
 •  Pasko kicks off Filipino holiday season
 •  Thanksgiving centerpieces can be fun, edible
 •  TV less shy of sexuality's former gray areas
 •  Major networks reconfigure themselves as hot-ticket concert venues
 •  Around Town
Open casting call for 'Surf Girls' film
 •  The Left Lane
'Prairie Home' coming
 •  Stage Review
'Ola Ka Lau' play doesn't go for subtlety
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Nordstrom to anchor new Ward shopping complex
 •  Ward plan revives push to transform properties
 •  State says oil firms conspired on prices
 •  Tourism campaign spelled out
 •  Matson giving away Hawai'i vacations
 •  KHON, KGMB facing 10 percent pay cuts
 •  Fujifilm operations heading to Waipahu
 •  U.S., world business
Annual bonuses, raises take hit
 •  JAL says profits down by 61 percent
 •  Airbus crash may not be big deterrent
 •  Phillip Morris' name change reflects desire to freshen image

 •  Editorial
School change shows a sense of momentum
 •  Editorial
Gas price lawsuit must be open to the public
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Jones Act position marked by fuzzy math

 •  Movie Scene
'Harry Potter' film truly lives up to acclaim
 •  'Amelie' is the feel-good film of the year
 •  At the Movies: 'Novocaine'
 •  At the Movies: 'The Wash'
 •  Screening Room
 •  Music Scene
Blues band travels down memory lane
 •  'Symbol of good American music' returns
 •  Club Scene
Commentary: A little raunch 'n' roll from Montreal
 •  Comedy Scene
Shore keeps a sharp edge on his comedy
 •  Stage Scene
A spirited discussion of war
 •  Dance Scene
Dance Dance
 •  Dining Scene
Mexican restaurant deserves repeat visits
 •  Lunch Break: Treats from the grill, Middle Eastern style
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  What's Up!
 •  The Buzz
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Nightclubs
 •  Critic's Choice