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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 7, 2005

Local News
 •  Births
 •  It'll take two to fill Chow's shoes at USC
 •  Car wash aids good cause
 •  Emotions spill over at rally against ruling
 •  Flags wave over 'great turnout'
 •  Halawa community could gain pet facility
 •  Hawaiians gather 'to save our culture'
 •  Rallies 'brought everybody together'
 •  Rally cry: 'Justice now!'
 •  Judiciary celebrates high-tech complex
 •  Course focuses on self-growth
 •  Congress battles invasive species
 •  Tiny wasp may kill off native trees
 •  Leeward fire threatens homes
 •  Hilo man charged in home shooting
 •  Ex-House aide gets favorable ruling
 •  Complex issues go beyond school admissions and race
 •  Obituaries

 •  For the Record
 •  Ilaoa's season in doubt, again
 •  Raiders QB Gannon retires
 •  Chow brings new enthusiasm to Titans
 •  Mililani Prep stays unbeaten in softball
 •  Ma holds on to win Army Invitational title
 •  Women's stroke play this week
 •  Big Island clubs win AA, A championships
 •  Hawaiian Canoe Club wins 5th straight title
 •  Bruggemann, Chen triumph
 •  Mililani Prep stays unbeaten in softball
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  'Cry of the Huna' urges Hawaiians to return to the past
 •  'Fishes' inspired by grandchild
 •  Hawai'i's best sellers
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Yamanaka tale speaks from heart
 •  Another fresh day by the bay
 •  Hot food, cool jazz for 'Easy' weekend
 •  Academy exhibits span 15 centuries
 •  Art calendar
 •  She was his incentive to kick smoking habit
 •  Animal companions
 •  Coco Palms hotel slated for redevelopment
 •  Everyday education
 •  Nocturnal food carts have evolved in Korea
 •  Teachers rave about experience in Japan
 •  Reunions

 •  Graceland's handover has some fans all shook up
 •  Hawai'i market watch
 •  Hawai'i status report
 •  Wal-Mart battle intensifying
 •  Hawaiian culture lives on at Ka'anapali hotel
 •  Never say goodbye to Hawai'i

 •  Ruling could be a positive
 •  Hawai'i must keep its school standards high
 •  It's time to restrict drinking at stadium
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  40 years on, Voting Rights Act remains landmark
 •  Biotech benefits everyone
 •  China's military intentions still unclear
 •  Judges should study Isle history
 •  Then & now Hiroshima
 •  We do 'cherish the land and sea'

Dining Out
Seafood tasting offers 'best of the best'
Fall classes to teach ABCs of cooking
Early-evening specials increase traffic