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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for December 18, 2005

Local News
 •  Transit talks dive into details
 •  High-tech artificial limbs empower war amputees raring to run
 •  Baghdad marathon gets late start
 •  Fire damages Maui's Pa'ia Elementary school
 •  Kaimuki parking woes befuddle city planners
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Fuel removed from grounded fishing boat
TRANSPORTATION
 •  Hawai'i tops U.S. in use of seat belts
OTHER NEWS
 •  Man dies, woman hurt in Tantalus wreck
 •  Volunteers
 •  Salutes
 •  Maine surfers riding trend of crafting wooden boards
 •  FBI's Cold War files question Mink's loyalty
 •  Community calendar
 •  How they voted
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Around the Islands
 •  Obituaries
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Blame car thieves, not police
ADVERTISER CHRISTMAS FUND
 •  Family of 5 sleeping on the floor

Sports
 •  Andy Irons ends season on a high
 •  UH shuts down Utah State
 •  Punahou falls to Florida team
UH MEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Lojeski shoulders scoring load for UH
UH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
 •  Rainbow Wahine roll past Campbell
FOOTBALL
 •  UCF star happy he decided to return
 •  Patriots peaking at right moment
 •  It's not just about the Rose Bowl
 •  Barber sharp as Giants carve up Chiefs, 27-17
 •  Broncos grab playoff spot
 •  Aztecs sign Long to 5-year deal
BASKETBALL
 •  Pacific's second-half surge overwhelms Fresno State
 •  Cavaliers stop Riley, Heat
VOLLEYBALL
 •  Washington rolls to women's title
OTHER SPORTS
 •  For the Record
 •  Sports calendar
ISLE FILE
 •  Tanuvasa, Schwitters reach Hall of Fame
 •  On the Air
FERD LEWIS
 •  Fans yell to Gueye 'em more

Island Life
 •  Movie of the 'Memoirs'
 •  Jus wen I wuz tinking: Mus' be solid fo' be Santa Claus ...
 •  Fattening up over holidays avoidable
K-DRAMA
 •  Famed Korean designer is Honolulu-bound
 •  More fights, bribes, dates, promises on K-dramas
MUSIC
 •  Steel-pan duo pitches unique sound to Hawaiian melodies
 •  Symphony plays tribute to Ehime Maru
TRAVEL
 •  Live like a local or a king in a vacation rental
BOOKS
 •  Hawai'i's best-sellers
 •  Story of railroad also Hawaiian history
 •  'TU' tale of Maoris in wartime
 •  Lit Beat
ART
 •  Art calendar
 •  Academy gets new deputy director
 •  Saving Bhutan's heritage
OTHER FEATURES
 •  Grieving for Poochie? Find peace in memorial
 •  Geisha expert says 'Memoir' falls short on key details
 •  'Geisha,' 'Narnia,' 'brokeback' go from page to screen
'OHANA
 •  Eh, thanks for the gift ... what does it mean?
 •  Weddings
LOVE STORIES
 •  Faith-based love strengthened bond
 •  TGI Sunday
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Steel-pan duo pitches unique sound to Hawaiian melodies

Business
 •  The search for the affordable rental
 •  National job growth to stay strong
 •  Airlines may finally see improvements in 2006
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawai'i market watch
 •  Hawai'i status report
 •  Stay-at-home convenience latest fine-coffee trend
 •  Thoughtful gifts may be those that are easy to return
 •  Media industry entering scary era of 'tough love'
 •  Better productivity and competition help curb inflation

Opinion
 •  Hawai'i should pursue pilot testing program
 •  Avoid war of lies by telling the truth
COMMENTARY
 •  North Korea and Kim Jong il
 •  Iraq and Saddam Hussein
 •  Iran and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
 •  Voices against terror going unheard
 •  Institute of Peace moving to Mall
 •  Fishing ban will benefit NW islands
JERRY BURRIS
 •  Rise in property values sets up a political test
 •  Letters to the Editor

Dining Out
 •  COVER STORY
Everybody loves Raymond, Chau that is
 •  THE INSIDE SCOOP
Art, cuisine come to life at Sistina
 •  BACKPAGE STORY
Chef Joy Chaowasaree to offer prix-fixe menus