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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 19, 2001

Local News
 •  Embattled LeMahieu quits as schools superintendent
 •  Once-praised tenure ends amid criticism
 •  Dengue outbreak in East Maui may be waning
 •  City to clear illegal dump in Kamilonui Valley
 •  Second body identified, two more recovered from Ehime Maru
 •  Waialua Elementary's Hirota named Teacher of Year
 •  The September 11th attack
House leader wants to hold construction spending to $150 million
 •  Council scrutinizes Harris tax-relief idea
 •  Legislators offer ideas to aid economy
 •  U.S. doctors on alert for unusual outbreaks
 •  Anthrax calls keep fire crews busy
 •  Police/Courts
Ex-officer pleads no contest in cellblock food case
 •  Edmonds arrives in Honolulu for his murder trial
 •  Other news
Nature dooms imaginative play areas
 •  Wedding business fine against Felix upheld
 •  Brone Jameikis, artist, dead at 82
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Common sense helps ease jitters

 •  Wahine basketball team faces challenges of youth
 •  UH football
Injuries hurting 1-4 Hurricane
 •  Ferd Lewis
Warriors like Tulsa's turf
 •  Analysis
Warriors want to keep WAC hopes alive
 •  Other sports
Wahine volleyball team taken to five, but wins
 •  Kahuku can clinch OIA Red
 •  Wahine soccer team aims at attendance mark
 •  Recreation
Huffing, puffing at Hana Relay
 •  Walk to Cure Diabetes benefit scheduled for Nov. 3
 •  Catch of the Day
 •  The racing report
 •  Notices
 •  Isle File
Kiyota, Choi win air riflery titles
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Annual local kitch and bath tour offers inspiration
 •  Siblings return to first love with 'Rocky Horror' show
 •  Fruit Fly magically enthralls young, old
 •  Tip-offs
Blues Traveler coming to Hawai'i
 •  The Left Lane
Kikaida's return
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Show Biz
Traveling Fos thinking of returning home
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  American Classic Voyages to file for bankruptcy
 •  Kaiser Permanente to raise health insurance rates
 •  Macy's takes back Waikiki space
 •  U.S., world business
Las Vegas dusts off 'No Vacancy' signs
 •  California experiencing ups and downs in rents
 •  United addresses terror attacks in new ads
 •  TiVo licenses technology to Sony

 •  Editorial
Time for City Council to get on smoking ball
 •  Editorial
Bush faces delicate task in China gathering
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
In terrorism crisis, a rare opportunity

 •  Music Scene
Cypress Hill - Mini rock fest 'Smoke Out' comes to Kualoa
 •  Scaling a musical 'Mount Everest'
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Dining Scene
Best of Ba-Le selections discovered in Manoa
 •  Lunch Break: Cafe's fare matches its casual elegance
 •  Movie Scene
Hughes brothers leap with classy thriller 'From Hell'
 •  Last Castle is formulaic, standard-issue prison drama
 •  'Riding in Cars' is insipid pity-poor-me chick flick
 •  Screening Room
 •  Extra Scoop
'Star Wars' lands in bonus heaven
 •  Dance Scene
Hawai'i ballerina performs center stage
 •  Tangentz adds passion to Japanese dance form
 •  Salsa craze brings opportunity to learn
 •  Magic Scene
'Monty's Magic' goes public
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  What's Up!
 •  The Buzz
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Nightclubs