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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for October 28, 2001

Local News
 •  Worst fears stymie session
 •  Rain fails to dampen spirit of thousands of volunteers
 •  Nursing programs feel financial pinch
 •  Dengue warrior confident outbreak passed peak
 •  Halloween galas remain fairly intact
 •  Recovery of teen's body was a surprise
 •  Forecasters revise high surf guidelines
 •  Hale'iwa downtown dream to begin with sidewalks
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Community Calendar
 •  Bob Krauss
Retiring liner sails in nostalgia
 •  Lee Cataluna
Stories of many Sept. 11 victims going unheard
 •  Health & Safety Watch

 •  UH football
Jones keeps Rolovich as starting quarterback
 •  Ferd Lewis
UH needs to see the big picture
 •  Uso might miss 2-4 weeks with right shoulder injury
 •  No TV replay
 •  Other sports
Wahine spike Wolf Pack in four sets
 •  UH runners finish 1-2 in WAC
 •  Soranaka, Hayashi and Prince take State Open titles
 •  High schools
No. 1 Kahuku completes undefeated regular season
 •  Kalani stops Roosevelt in volleyball
 •  Isle File
BYUH defeats HPU; Hilo tops Chaminade

Island Life
 •  Ex-Marine sings Sinatra in homage to the legend
 •  The September 11 attack | America strikes back
Patriotic songs now top sellers
 •  Some U.S. acts wary of traveling abroad
 •  Concert Review
James Taylor spreads warmth, nostalgia through Blaisdell
 •  Literature
Lit Beat
 •  Art
Sensual flowers, death symbols and abstract landscapes
 •  Hungry for art? Eat a marzipan sculpture
 •  Art Calendar
 •  Hawai'i Gardens
Weeping fig tree is graceful but fragile
 •  Home & Garden Calendar
 •  Hawai'i Ways, Hawai'i Days
Summer days in the fields far from easy

 •  Surving the hard times
Jobless — doesn't mean you need to be clueless
 •  Job-hunt Web sites quickly proliferate
 •  Exaggerations, ego can foil job interview
 •  Don't search for a job, search for where you fit
 •  Books help develop resources for jobs
 •  Support, assistance available for those laid off
 •  Personal finance
Slowing postal service means pay bills early
 •  Fed likely to cut rates yet again
 •  The September 11 attack | Coping with the aftermath
Fed likely to cut rates yet again
 •  Tech firms help buoy economy
 •  Merchants watching Aloha Tower dock shuffle
 •  World labor group sets tourism loss at 9 million jobs
 •  Immigrants hit hard by travel industry layoffs
 •  Theme parks riding low after attacks
 •  Firms scramble to answer homeland security call

 •  Editorials
School repair backlog first place to spend
 •  Can anyone recall what APEC is for?
 •  Focus
Cutting state spending now will make dire situation worse
 •  Lawmakers aren't addressing crisis as boldly as they should
 •  Renew ties with Pacific isles to bolster 'weak link'
 •  Commentaries
U.S. must not lose war for Islamic world's respect
 •  U.S. must help Afghanistan after the Taliban falls
 •  Schools role would test Hirono's leadership skills
 •  After Deadline
Events alter focus of news
 •  Jerry Burris
Fertile input from the grassroots
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Halloween tricks to play on treat seekers
 •  Halloween Calendar
 •  Teach children acceptance, tolerance
 •  What to tell kids about terrorism
 •  Honoring those who 'live right'
 •  Rearing toddlers multilingually
 •  Fair may help those needing aid
 •  Family Matters
Add spontaneity to schedule with full-body slam
 •  Family Calendar
 •  Prescriptions
Risk of serious illness from anthrax low
 •  Bikes top source of kid injuries
 •  Reunions
 •  Share your Harry Potter obsession
 •  Deb Aoki's Bento Box
 •  Births
 •  Wedding Diary
Flip chart tracks guest schedules
 •  Newlyweds