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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 20, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Viloria fight canceled
 •  Kimberly Kim advances; Kono, Chun out
 •  Senate vote on Akaka bill doubtful this week
 •  Wie and Sorenstam struggle
 •  Police Beat: Dead-end street leads to arrest for car thief, 15
 •  Business briefs: Liebl named chair of Chaminade
 •  Stocks rise on Greenspan's comments

Local News
 •  Old cafe in Hilo has new life
 •  Friendship with Glanville never wilted
 •  Head trauma killed 5-year-old
 •  Kane'ohe Bay boat renter dies
 •  Warning to drivers: Kids back in school
 •  Bases in 8 states, D.C. added to BRAC list
 •  Dedicated workers put ships back to sea after Dec. 7
 •  With jobs intact, goal is to do better
 •  Windmill proposal raises concerns
 •  Pearl City salvage yard scene of stubborn fire
 •  Arrest made in stabbing death
 •  Choir up to musical challenges
 •  'A matter of justice and fairness'
 •  Akaka bill likely to be heard before August recess
 •  Arguments for and against the Akaka bill
 •  Key figures for and against the Akaka bill
 •  Opposition group has declaration to reject bill
 •  Obituaries

 •  Frazier, Wallace deals get approval
 •  WAC Chancellor considers board role
 •  June Jones rolls with life changes
 •  Opposite hitter will play for Warriors
 •  Hawai'i players take shot at tryout
 •  Kono, Kim, Chun reach match play
 •  Wie looks for breakthrough
 •  Wind, course knowledge key to Waialae victories
 •  Former Baldwin soccer star ruled ineligible at Oregon
 •  Washington football player on new mission
 •  Record falls in Transpac
 •  Sports Calendar

Island Life
 •  Ideas for low-sugar cookies
 •  Healthier chocolate choices
 •  'Beast' provides roaring good time
 •  The cost of school
 •  Book lauds women of old Hawai'i
 •  Cucumber kim chee a snap to make
 •  Culinary Calendar
 •  Eggplant panino a great sandwich
 •  Got the hots for kim chee
 •  Kim chee is a whole family of dishes, not always spicy
 •  'Blind' wine tastings can be a real eye-opener
 •  Restaurant buzz
 •  Yoga with weights

 •  Chamber honors Isle institutions
 •  Danone gains from rumored Pepsi bid
 •  Fewer people working for themselves
 •  Lawmaker vacating seat with one year to go
 •  Low-fat, low-cal candy sales quadruple in 4 years
 •  Sleep aids fulfilling dreams of insomniacs, advertisers
 •  Swap meet vendors hit with rent increase
 •  Trusted travelers screening expedited
 •  Unocal backs Chevron proposal
 •  Bankers shiver over Wal-Mart's latest plan

 •  Pearl shipyard scare issues a wake-up call
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Iraq's violence, unrest worry Arab world

 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday