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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 23, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Hotel workers back strike authorization
 •  Twelve survive Hurricane Ioke on Johnston Island
 •  Borders, 5 other retailers added to Windward Mall
 •  UH QB Brennan on Manning Award list
 •  Rescued fishermen say they spent nine months adrift
 •  Black's request to halt criminal proceedings denied
 •  State's quarter design narrowed to five themes
 •  Some 100 Kane'ohe-based Marines leaving for Iraq today
 •  Police Beat: Woman alleges assault after karaoke party
 •  Watabu advances in U.S. Amateur
 •  Areas of H-1, H-3 under repair
 •  Business briefs: Nate Smith to lead AUW campaign
 •  Stocks fall on weak housing numbers
 •  'Beerfest' among five movie premieres

Local News
 •  Land-use on transit route a concern
 •  15-year-old driver was legally drunk when he crashed car
 •  Sanctioned Island schools are showing progress
 •  Bomb kills soldier in Ramadi
 •  Akaka, Case agree on debate format
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
 •  Obama forced to skip visit to eastern Congo
ELECTION
 •  Education a key issue in Makiki, Tantalus
COURTS
 •  HPD worker tries to halt case
 •  Federal agency helps Muslims sue cruise line
 •  State high court: No legal fees in child support case
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  DHHL making move to Kapolei
BIG ISLAND
 •  Hilo All-Stars back in Isles after clinching Ripken title
KAUA'I
 •  Three police officers on Kaua'i charged with theft, lying about it
OTHER NEWS
 •  Makiki museum appeals city expansion permit
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Skull discovery reopens case
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Injury is pain in the neck for Ah Soon
 •  'Bows must dig deep within
 •  Making waves at Pepperdine
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
 •  OIA White has new look
FOOTBALL
 •  Falcons get Lelie in 3-way trade
VOLLEYBALL
 •  Pac-West features two new coaches, young teams
OTHER SPORTS
 •  Waialua-Honoka'a stats revised
ISLE FILE
 •  Watabu advances in U.S. Amateur
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Lelie can score big as a Falcon

Island Life
 •  'Antiques Roadshow' is here to amaze, appraise
 •  Truth catches up with man who steals from fools
 •  No thank you for sharing that with me
MUSIC
 •  Lollapalooza fest turns interactive in digital age
MOVIES
 •  Audience best part of campy flick
TELEVISION
 •  Britney's boy bombs big-time
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  'Tattoo Traditions' opens
TASTE
 •  Cool creams for those hot summer days
 •  Sweet summer
 •  Small-kid time
 •  Fruity dress-up
 •  Early holiday
 •  Grilled garlic-stuffed steaks say summer
 •  Chicken salad with a curry kick
 •  Salty preserved turnip gives wild salmon Asian flavor
 •  Toasters? Sometimes less is more
 •  Culinary calendar
QUICK BITES
 •  Dress like a rock star, eat and drink like one
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Wednesday

Business
 •  Suits' claims false, bank says
 •  Kahului plan mixes retail, condos
 •  Papaya industry getting reprieve
 •  Gas cap would have cut summer's prices
PERSONAL FINANCE
 •  IRS outsourcing debt collection
SMALL BUSINESS
 •  Pluses and minuses to becoming a boss
 •  Despite hardships, many New Orleans merchants are thriving
 •  Business plan? Keep it simple
 •  Google also knows coupons
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Most women are insecure about finances, study says
 •  Financier Quattrone off legal hook
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Hoku shares close at $3.83

Opinion
 •  Democracy depends on voter registration
 •  Hilo's youth team makes Hawai'i proud
COMMENTARY
 •  Read this and then weep for the future
VOLCANIC ASH
 •  Age a critical part of Senate race discussion
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
MOVIES
 •  Audience best part of campy flick
TELEVISION
 •  Britney's boy bombs big-time
MUSIC
 •  Lollapalooza fest turns interactive in digital age
 •  TGI Wednesday