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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 7, 2001

Local News
 •  Education
UH 'at rock bottom,' Dobelle says of survey
 •  Teaching recruit describes frustrations to board
 •  LeMahieu may ask court to intervene in contract stalemate
 •  Land/Environment
Furor grows over public access to beaches
 •  Castle & Cooke seeks OK for large Central O'ahu project
 •  Kaua'i County eyes site near Hanama'ulu for new landfill
 •  Police/Public safety
Waikiki Beach reopened after no new shark sightings
 •  Kane'ohe library adds security after break-ins
 •  Donohue denies delay in food probe
 •  Other news
Ehime Maru found to be holding up well
 •  Extended families still strong in Hawai'i
 •  Army medical building to be named after Inouye
 •  Thomas Bastis, former Ameron president, dead at 73
 •  Attorney Clinton Ashford dead at 76
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
Pioneer Mill gets reprieve
 •  Hawai'i County to reopen Kalapana lava road
 •  Painter John Paul Thomas dead at 74
 •  Police seek mother in child's starvation death
 •  Obituaries
 •  Lee Cataluna
Sometimes we're just as clueless

 •  Wahine sweep Utah State
 •  Yo! Warriors need to stop Humphery
 •  Receivers seek many happy returns
 •  Alcohol prohibited at War Memorial
 •  Islanders to kick off in 2002
 •  Week 3 features critical games in OIA title chases
 •  Recreation
Rules of road for bikes
 •  Hunting licenses now available for 2001-02
 •  Outside notices
 •  The racing report
 •  Isle File
Australians sweep titles in Masters World surfing

Island Life
 •  Woodcrafters carving out pieces of art, way of life
 •  Parapara dance game next big thing?
 •  Stage Review
'Clown' gets frown for excess of action
'My Fair Lady' familiar yet refreshing
 •  The Left Lane
Get surf on the sand
 •  Original 'Bonanza' creator, 80, creates prequel series
 •  Show Biz
Ho family harmony makes it a perfect day
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  Hawai'i tourism office set for Beijing
 •  Union ratifies pact at Kapi'olani hospital
 •  American Linen to buy Al Phillips' uniform unit
 •  U.S., world business
Justice seeks swift remedy at Microsoft
 •  Japan's economy shrinks 0.8 percent
 •  China punishes firm for Taiwan reference
 •  Big Three's share of U.S. market drops
 •  Motorola cuts 2,000 more jobs

 •  Editorial
No need to raid funds for Pentagon
 •  Editorial
Economic news good, but we're not there yet
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Insure pregnant women now

 •  Mr. Las Vegas proves he's got staying power
 •  Club Scene
No cure for Virus addiction
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Stage Scene
Diverse plays make for entertaining weekend
 •  Dining Scene
Restaurants don't get much better than this
 •  Lunch Break: Shop makes bagels an all-day-long option
 •  Movie Scene
Martial arts fail to make 'Musketeer' soar
 •  At the Movies: 'Rock Star'
 •  'Two Can Play That Game' is shallow, contrived romantic comedy
 •  Two fable heroes to duke it out on big screen this fall
 •  'An American Rhapsody' lacks style, humor and ending
 •  Screening room
 •  Extra Scoop
'Memento' memorable, convoluted at same time
 •  Dance Scene
For Iona Pear dancers, art imitates death
 •  Island Excursion
It's a family affair at Pearl City race track
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  The Buzz
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Nightclubs