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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 21, 2006

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Rainbows win baseball regular season finale
 •  Man dies in apparent drowning in Maunalua Bay
 •  High Surf along East Facing Shores
 •  Bright and sunny today

Local News
 •  Community-minded Buyers ran C. Brewer
 •  Patriot Act viewpoints divide Case and Akaka
 •  Scientists swap own tales of sea
 •  Law makes it hard to protect Isles' seniors
 •  State investigation stopped pair from bilking widower
 •  Fraud, theft convictions just 'tip of the iceberg'
 •  Isles' adult-protection law called nation's most restrictive
 •  Hawai'i's rate of investigation falls short
LEGISLATURE
 •  Schools get $2M to assess students
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Remembering nameless of West Loch disaster
ENVIRONMENT
 •  Up to 2,000 gallons of oil spill
SCIENCE
 •  Researchers on board the Hi'ialakai
ETHNIC AFFAIRS
 •  For museum or the cave?
OTHER NEWS
 •  13 displaced by fire at Pauoa Road home
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Student wins $5K in poetry contest
OBITUARIES
 •  Daughter of 'Dog' Chapman killed in car crash
 •  Ken Stanford sold cars but his life was helping others
 •  Inspirational pathologist John Hardman
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Punahou wins third baseball title in a row
 •  Relaxed and ready to go
 •  Punahou captures boys' title
 •  McKinley's Tomishima three-peats
UH BASEBALL
 •  Rainbows, Costi shut out San Jose State
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Punahou captures boys' title
 •  McKinley's Tomishima three-peats
VOLLEYBALL
 •  Lambert-Metzger in semis
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Girls state hoops takes center stage

Island Life
 •  The future is black
 •  Girl's will kept siblings together in foster care
MUSIC
 •  Paula Fuga's album leaves 'Idol' in dust
TELEVISION
 •  Call it Korea town south
PETS
 •  Dogs can be our friends when we understand them
OTHER TRAVEL
 •  'Da Vinci Code' sparks European tour phenomenon
BOOKS
 •  Kalaupapa book engaging but annoyingly inaccurate
 •  Lit Beat
 •  Ni'ihau tale's issues still with us
 •  Hawai'i best-sellers
ART
 •  Artist's identity woven into works
 •  'Gamodeme' comes to Contemporary Museum
 •  Art calendar
'OHANA
 •  Startling research on Mother's/Father's Day
LOVE STORIES
 •  Couple's instant attraction sparks enduring connection
 •  TGI Sunday
 •  Tryout calendar
 •  Births
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Paula Fuga's album leaves 'Idol' in dust

Business
 •  New way to live, work lies just around corner
 •  Despite rising costs, having affordable vacation possible
 •  Advertisers want Web with their TV buys
TECHNOLOGY
 •  Cell phones music industry's hottest new promotion tool
INTERNET
 •  Anti-spyware leader Webroot facing biggest challenge
STOCK MARKET
 •  Mideast sees benefits in reform
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Hawai'i status report

Opinion
 •  Secrecy has no place in court proceedings
 •  New vaccine welcome in fight with cancer
COMMENTARY
 •  War memorial peaceful, inflaming
 •  English-only policies are downright illegal
 •  My next HIV-AIDS assignment: living it
 •  All immigrants, not just ones with 'needed' skills, only make U.S. stronger why we need them
 •  'Code' is fiction, not a religious gospel
AFTER DEADLINE
 •  Our code of 'Da Vinci' coverage
 •  Letters to the Editor

Travel
 •  San Francisco a fun place to take the kids
 •  Escape to Alcatraz on a tour boat
 •  Cancun's disappearing beaches of chronic concern
HOLOHOLO
 •  See Maui's Ocean Center for less
OTHER TRAVEL
 •  'Da Vinci Code' sparks European tour phenomenon
 •  Travel Snaps
 •  Travel Almanac
TIM WINSHIP
 •  Mileage cards push for less confusing rewards
ANTHONY CURTIS
 •  Las Vegas' Hard Rock Hotel sold