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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 5, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  TGI Tonight: Our Night Stuff pick is Brit-pop at Next Door
 •  Resurfacing to begin on Farrington tomorrow
 •  Weekend preview: Movies opening in Hawai'i on Friday
 •  City's three-day Centennial Festival starts Friday
 •  UH-Hilo Hall of Fame hoops player dies
 •  Cigarette lighter started fire that killed 2-year-old boy
 •  Kane'ohe Marine killed in Iraq flash flood
 •  Leeward residents asked to conserve water
 •  Nasdaq, S&P at new five-year highs
 •  Police Beat: Helicopter tracks alleged car thief
 •  Man struck by city bus while in crosswalk

Local News
 •  Visitors trickle back into Waikiki waters
 •  City was warned to replace sewer line
 •  Guard troops back from Afghanistan
 •  Kayakers rescued off West Maui
 •  Waimanalo reservoir will be emptied
STATE GOVERNMENT
 •  Universal health coverage outlined
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Tenants endure cold-water living
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Navy reclaims controversial piece of Pearl Harbor land
EDUCATION
 •  What young minds can find
POLICE
 •  HPD first big-city force to earn national accreditation trifecta
BIG ISLAND
 •  Woman says Ka'u man should 'rot in hell' for killing their child
KAUA'I
 •  U.S. Senate bill earmarks $33.5M for Kaua'i
OTHER NEWS
 •  Waikiki man 'gravely ill' after harbor plunge
 •  Kukui residents grill board
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Ching Ming to be observed
OBITUARIES
 •  Astrid Monson, 93, expert on land use
 •  Obituaries
OUR HONOLULU
 •  Wretched weather is old stuff

Sports
 •  Warriors of steel
 •  Kamehameha beats Iolani, 9-6
 •  Big West academic honor goes to Ching
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
 •  Iolani wins long-awaited opener
GOLF
 •  Wie back at No. 2 in world
ISLE FILE
 •  Ching chosen MLS Player of the Week
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record

Island Life
 •  Building on 'prophecy'
 •  Designer wear for plus-size women
 •  Trickster god protects all from greed
 •  Kane'ohe girl among the world's brightest
ISLAND LIFE BRIEFS
 •  HTY sessions for grade schoolers
PETS
 •  New book champions pet-people bond
 •  Cats, dogs can cruise too
 •  ASPCA offers tips for recognizing and preventing animal cruelty
THEATER
 •  Backward 'Betrayal' borders on bathos
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  Help guide museum tours
TASTE
 •  Serve up frittata hot or cooled
 •  Healthy jam bars sweeten up potlucks
 •  Julia Child memoir a romance with France
 •  With not-so-extreme makeover, Passover recipes can be healthy
 •  Culinary calendar
 •  Campus goes not just organic, but certified
QUICK BITES
 •  Fruit returns to Isle kitchens
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
 •  Meatless recipes from Maui cook

Business
 •  Another wedding chapel for Waikiki?
 •  O'ahu home-sales slowdown ends
 •  Mall may be movieless for months
 •  Bill calls for audit of trade missions
SMALL BUSINESS
 •  Tax time gives businesses chance to change
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Second homes account for 40% of sales
 •  King salmon fishermen oppose restrictions
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Wholesale gas price rising 16

Opinion
 •  High court underlines need for fair treatment
 •  China-Hawai'i tourism ties take time to build
COMMENTARY
 •  Don't expect anything big out of Congress
VOLCANIC ASH
 •  Michael Nakamura led a remarkable life
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
THEATER
 •  Backward 'Betrayal' borders on bathos
 •  TGI Wednesday