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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 14, 2001

Local News
 •  Supreme Court defends timing of OHA ruling
 •  Man accepts manslaughter deal in death of toddler
 •  Trial ordered in shrimp van extortion case
 •  'Weed & Seed' anti-crime program may expand
 •  America's bloodiest day
Security tight at Hawai'i airports
 •  Flight delays jeopardize bone marrow transplant
 •  New airport security regulations
 •  Hawai'i prays for victims of terrorism
 •  Some Aloha Festivals events canceled
 •  More heartache spreads to Islands
 •  Former Hawai'i residents report aftermath of attacks
 •  What you need to know
 •  Cancellations
 •  Memorials, observances
 •  How to help
 •  Flight data, voice recorders found at Pentagon
 •  Families search for missing loved ones
 •  List of victims
 •  Toll of missing, dead nears 5,000
 •  Senate OKs meaure on terrorist wiretaps
 •  Pentagon poring over options for war
 •  Bush calls for calm amid attacks by bigots
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Lee Cataluna
Let's just 'keep on keepin' on'

 •  Warriors might play Nevada next week
 •  Wahine to play Sacramento State
 •  ILH also postpones weekend games
 •  NFL calls off weekend's games
 •  Majors will take the weekend off
 •  Sanchez-Vicario loses on Big Island
 •  Asashoryu defeats Musashimaru, record now at 4-2
 •  Recreation
Preparation key to ride
 •  Shortest route to Kilauea with outstanding scenery
 •  Outside notices
 •  The racing report
 •  Isle File
O'ahu military golf courses re-open

Island Life
 •  Island Architecture
Inside-out design
 •  Terror attacks disrupt fall TV schedule
 •  The Left Lane
A radio program for the tech-challenged
 •  Show Biz
Hawai'i folks recall how attacks affected them
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar

 •  Insurance firms deny criteria are illegal
 •  Verizon plans Kaua'i growth
 •  DFS parent lowers profit forecast
 •  Company losses start to add up
 •  America's bloodiest day
U.S. travelers undeterred, poll finds
 •  Travel industry's difficult year turning 'disastrous'
 •  No panic evident in trading of U.S. bonds, commodities
 •  New York firms scramble for space

 •  Editorial
Bush must address new world disorder
 •  Editorial
America remains home of the brave
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Terrorist attack isn't Pearl Harbor

 •  Christian pop gaining ground
 •  Avalon headed toward mainstream popularity
 •  Billboard hits
 •  Festival Scene
Aloha Festivals party hits the streets today
 •  Stage Scene
'Jekyll & Hyde' has many faces
 •  Critic's Choice: Mini-reviews of current stage productions
 •  Dining Scene
Explore power of Korean cuisine at Han Yang
 •  Lunch Break: Rustlin' up grub at the wagon
 •  Movie Scene
At the Movies: 'The Glass House'
 •  At the Movies: 'Hardball'
 •  Specialty Theaters
 •  Extra Scoop
'Tailor of Panama' given special-edition treatment
 •  Museum Scene
'Color Play' enticing, thought-provoking
 •  The Homebody Chronicles
Moving out may be harder than moving in
 •  TGIF Weekend Calendar
 •  The Buzz
 •  What's Up!
 •  Neighbor Islands
 •  Nightclubs