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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for September 11, 2005

Local News
 •  13 years since 'Iniki, Kaua'i wiser but wary
 •  'Iniki's bitter lessons revisited
 •  Hybrid car sales rev up
 •  A long hot summer of brushfires could cost state $700K
 •  'Lost' fundraiser a little crazy
POLICE
 •  4 die in Big Island crash
OTHER NEWS
 •  Exhibit delights the curious
 •  Po'ipu a base for up to 3 mom-pup seal pairs
 •  Hau'ula parks projects begin
 •  Hot dog event nets $18,595
 •  Pedestrian hit crossing freeway
 •  Season opens with Honolulu Symphony in flux
 •  Obituaries
OUR HONOLULU
 •  Wildlife in concrete jungle
LEE CATALUNA
 •  Harsh reality of 'making do' in Nanakuli

Sports
 •  Viloria a world champion
 •  Rainbow Wahine win Volleyball Challenge
 •  Spartan surprises sink UH, 42-14
 •  Running back Ilaoa rounding into form
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  Kamehameha downs Leilehua
 •  Saint Louis tops Utah's Davis
 •  Moanalua stays unbeaten, 47-7
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Mainland schools tops at Iolani meet
ISLE FILE
 •  UH soccer plays to 0-0 draw
 •  Sports Calendar
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Game lost, but QB found in Brennan

Island Life
 •  Sporting sacrifice
 •  Eagles' 'Farewell I Tour' wings into Honolulu
 •  'Flight' re-enacts terror, courage aboard UA 93
 •  'Calvin and Hobbes' trivia contest answers
TRAVEL
 •  Urupukapuka
 •  A guide to specialty tour gems
BOOKS
 •  Sudoku continues mind-boggling sales
 •  Hawai'i's best sellers
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Peers give 'student' insight on campus
ART
 •  Art calendar
 •  Ancient art form marked criminals, courtesans, samurai
OTHER FEATURES
 •  K-stars in demand throughout Asia
 •  Tryout calendar
'OHANA
 •  Yes, read all about it but he's an OK guy
 •  Births
 •  Animal hoarders in denial of cruelty
LOVE STORIES
 •  Love is just what doctor ordered
 •  TGI Sunday
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Brilliant slack-key with jazz infusion; classic hapa-haole

Business
 •  Emptying Out the Piggy Bank
 •  59 Island businesses got low-cost 9/11 SBA loans
 •  Wal-Mart jumps in to lead hurricane relief
 •  Hawai'i market watch
 •  Hawai'i status report
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Victims may get break on mortgage
 •  Residents feel like refugees again
 •  Rising fuel costs crippling economies
 •  Donated vacation, sick days to help hurricane victims
 •  Abused fridge in the office just isn't cool
 •  Billionaire takes greater control of Sears operation
 •  Caribbean bracing for sugarcane cuts
 •  Fragile economy may weigh down Greenspan's successor

Opinion
 •  Hawai'i can't let up in disaster readiness
COMMENTARY
 •  Without gas-price cap, sky would be the limit
 •  TV gave us undistorted view of human suffering
 •  Our driving disorder is in need of a remedy
 •  Time is right to renew the American Experiment
 •  Ready or not
 •  America is disconnected from its war
 •  Letters to the Editor

Dining Out
 •  COVER STORY
Mango season yields abundant fruit
 •  THE INSIDE SCOOP
Chefs to gather in support of victims
 •  BACKPAGE STORY
Mediterranean cruise inspires Kim