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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for November 28, 2001

Local News
 •  Running that red light? Gotcha, red-handed!
 •  Hold on to that umbrella: Two more days of rain
 •  Kailua sinkhole reappears
 •  Guam possible site for military tribunal
 •  Camara named physician of the year
 •  1,000 Schofield troops Bosnia-bound
 •  Pearl Harbor
After 60 years, no longer a Pearl Harbor 'unknown'
 •  Pearl Harbor 60th anniversary public events
 •  Advertiser Christmas Fund
Couple forgo gifts, except for two keiki's
 •  Police/Courts
Man pleads no contest in city auto parts scam
 •  Police Beat
 •  Other news
Hawai'i Kai board endorses unlimited beach access
 •  Waimanalo cleanup scheduled
 •  Kane'ohe case raises dengue total to 88
 •  Shipment of flu shots for Longs arrives
 •  Japan bestows honors on Hawai'i man
 •  Neighbor Islands
State wants to keep traffic off La Perouse area trail
 •  Kaua'i holding blood drive
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Bob Krauss
The seeds of heritage are at risk here

 •  Rainbows edge Demons, 60-58
 •  Molding men and building winners
 •  UH could lose conference playoffs
 •  UH football
Warriors get junior college quarterback
 •  Wright's injury further depletes linebacking unit
 •  Huskers' Fonoti Outland finalist
 •  Hula Bowl lands Wildcats' Souza
 •  Homegrown Report
Harvard QB Rose named All-Ivy League
 •  Isle File
UH-Hilo's Prather honored
 •  Ferd Lewis
A reason to cheer for BYU
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  Master Beamer will teach family-style hula dancing
 •  Businesses lose mood for lavish holiday parties
 •  Court TV rushes bin Laden episode
 •  The Left Lane
Recycle eye shadow
 •  TGI Wednesday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Taste
Strata: layered leftovers
 •  Easy-to-prepare layered variations of the casserole
 •  Island Pantry
Make a holiday curry supper the kama'aina way
 •  Using right ingredients key to curry
 •  Food for Thought
Notes to self: Be ready for next holiday
 •  Off the Shelf
Consider the humble quinoa as a substitute for rice
 •  Quick Bites
Former food editor publishes book
 •  Cook's Tips
Evenly slicing a bell pepper, made easy
 •  Market Comparison
 •  Culinary Calendar

 •  State won't let insurers pass on terror-related costs
 •  Hundreds search for relief at job fair
 •  Japanese travel a sore spot in economic forecast
 •  Mainland bookings still low at JTB
 •  Starwood to reopen Kona Surf in 2003
 •  HEI completes sale of Guam subsidiary
 •  Kamehameha investment unit may sell shares
 •  Business briefs
 •  U.S., world business
Home resales up despite drop in consumer confidence
 •  Tropical fish certification program launched
 •  Japanese retail sales fall for fourth month

 •  Editorial
Governor race must set a different tone
 •  Editorial
Kaua'i police chief deserves fair play
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Volcanic Ash
Get rid of resign-to-run law