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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 14, 2005

Local News
 •  Births
 •  It's hard to derail love for trains
 •  Kamana'o gets to call the shots
 •  'Ele'ele affordable units among Kaua'i projects
 •  Catfishing draws a crowd
 •  Get on your lu'au feet ... go to Ma'ili
 •  Kaua'i taps old water source
 •  Peace touched off 'riotous celebrations'
 •  Sept. 2 to focus on USS Missouri
 •  World War II split brothers between Japan and America
 •  Hawai'i gas cap may drive prices up
 •  Paddlers to power 280-mile voyage
 •  Fires keep crews vigilant
 •  Autopsy for body found in pond
 •  Foes share opposition, little else
 •  Grassroot group emerges as player
 •  Native hawaiians battle in the courts and in congress
 •  Obituaries

 •  1976 Olympian, 17 others to be inducted Nov. 5
 •  Kalani Legion team unbeaten in regional
 •  New mom back in pool after layoff
 •  NCAA approves eligibility of six Hawai'i recruits
 •  Oregon transfer hitting her stride
 •  Rigorous training camp prepares UH women
 •  Owens impresses Jaguars with play
 •  West O'ahu to play for berth in World Series
 •  Lambert, Kiraly win volleyball tourney
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  'Girls' risks glamorizing sex industry, officials say
 •  Multigenerational living is common
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  'Together' author pens own way
 •  Hawai'i's best sellers
 •  Irving's summer offering disappoints
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Believe it or not, he's got the cure
 •  Meeting the wild with with teen spirit
 •  Terrorists win when you cancel
 •  Art calendar
 •  Artists uplifted by awards, sponsors
 •  For special occasions, real men go shopping
 •  Volunteer Infomation
 •  Late arrival at luncheon led to love
 •  Hawai'i's media arts embrace the digital revolution
 •  Keep pets safe when going for a ride

 •  At last, whole grain white bread
 •  Before giving, take time to compare charities
 •  Is U.S. caught in housing bubble?
 •  Military arms soldiers with buying power
 •  Retailers realize big profits as sales of flat-panel TVs soar

 •  Transit still faces a rocky road
 •  City has preserved a valued urban park
 •  Youth prison probe fires drive for reform
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Admissions ruling means Hawaiians must look at all options
 •  Asians give U.S. mixed reviews on policies
 •  Emerging China requires closer attention from U.S.
 •  Entrenched positions slow North Korea talks
 •  In life, just as in art, complexity is reality
 •  Upstream or downstream, Big Oil profit is soaring
 •  Obituaries reflect Island history

Dining Out
First-ever wine event slated for Aug. 24
Tiny 'market' serves big-time cuisine
Dinner buffets replete with seafood