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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 25, 2007

Breaking News/Updates
 •  Mauia signs four-year deal with Dolphins
 •  Jack Lord online auction continues
 •  Kamau plays at Borders Ward Centre at 8 tonight
 •  Pink Party pub crawls through Chinatown tonight
 •  'Urban Polynesian' boutique Soleil opens Monday
 •  Tim Clark leads by one in PGA's Colonial
 •  Major shareholder cuts stake in Barnwell Industries
 •  Fresno St. eliminates Louisiana Tech in WAC baseball
 •  Bader leads by one shot in LPGA Corning Classic
 •  Romero takes 2-stroke lead at Senior PGA Championship
 •  'Iceman' Lidell looking to add to MMA legacy
 •  Duke wins third consecutive NCAA women's golf title
 •  Ishii misses cut in Senior PGA Championship
 •  Kamehameha alum Chun finishes 17th at NCAA golf
 •  Jake back for Hawai'i shows after month in Japan
 •  Fitch gives BB rating to Boyd Gaming credit facility
 •  Moody's issues ratings on new Tesoro Corp. debt
 •  O'ahu women artists on view at Sub-Zero/Wolf store
 •  Business highlights: Google, Sony, Coca-Cola, Nasdaq
 •  Tagawa's 'Johnny Kapahala' to air June 8
 •  Maui students win Yale Book Awards
 •  The Butik holds big Memorial Day sale
 •  Former Kekaulike golfer places second in NAIA
 •  S&P places Japan Airlines Corp. on Creditwatch list
 •  Hilo aging & disability center gets federal recognition
 •  Rose rallies to tie Cabrera for BMW PGA lead
 •  U.S. men's soccer team to play Catalonia, Switzerland
 •  NCAA approves moving 3-point line back a foot
 •  Medical missionaries to share story June 3
 •  Football coaches renew call for 5-year eligibility
 •  Former NHL player pleads guilty in gambling ring case
 •  Federer faces tough draw at French Open
 •  Former Tour de France champion Riis admits doping
 •  Top-seeded Sharapova falls in Istanbul semifinals
 •  NCAA Softball Super Regionals at a glance
 •  UH hoops season-ticket holders get camp discount
 •  Women's rodeo event set for Saturday
 •  Indianapolis 500 lineup
 •  On the air Sunday: Indy 500, Pistons-Cavs playoff
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH softball, Spurs-Jazz playoff
 •  On air today: UH softball on TV, UH baseball on radio
 •  Today's major-league probable pitchers
 •  Firefighters extinguish Whitmore brushfire
 •  'Bachelor,' fiancee meet press, fans in Waikiki today
 •  Tennessee's Abbott no-hits Rainbows in Super Regional
 •  Inouye to head 'Vets and Military Retirees for Hillary'
 •  HPD investigating online sale of stolen car parts
 •  UH wins in WAC baseball, 19-7; will face Nevada next
 •  Ballet Hawaii executive director resigns
 •  Kane'ohe's Wilson shoots 67 in Colonial second round
 •  Holomua Elementary principal wins leadership award
 •  eBay founder joins Punahou School board of trustees
 •  Airport offers additional parking for holiday travel
 •  Hawai'i ranked 19th for per-student spending
 •  Layoffs will cost Hawaiian Air parent $1.5M-$2M
 •  Today's events: golf attraction, 'Main Event,' carnival
 •  National & world news highlights
 •  'Lost' actor to be at Down Syndrome Congress benefit
 •  Waikiki sewer work progress reopens street parking
 •  Experimental forest on Big Island gets $300,000 boost
 •  State flags to fly at half-staff Memorial Day morning
 •  H-1 lanes reopen after accident near Waikele exit
 •  High-tech method sets bar for pipeline repairs on Maui
 •  Kula Forest Reserve set to reopen on July 1
 •  Maui environmental agency names deputy director
 •  Air Force general at Pentagon is transferred to Hickam
 •  Nearly $38M earmarked for state earthquake recovery
 •  Three women to become Episcopal canons
 •  Tagawa to host acting workshop at UH-Manoa
 •  Harmonica society sets 10th annual recital
 •  Pet blessing set for June 3 in Kalihi
 •  Troy Barboza Torch Run takes place today
 •  Wall Street ends up amid continued takeover activity
 •  Weekend forecast made for the beach, golf course
 •  Hawai'i Marines to help with burial ceremony in Guam
 •  3 Americans among kidnapped oil workers in Nigeria
 •  Small swells continue to pass through Islands
 •  Pu'uloa Road project continues
 •  UH-Tennessee softball game 2 p.m. today on OC 16

Local News
 •  Hawaiian Airlines to lay off 98 workers
 •  Kaua'i passes ban on big-box stores
 •  Launch of ferry service delayed
 •  It's close call for C-130, go! jet
 •  Earthquake rattles Big Island
MY COMMUNITIES
 •  Kailua bridge may get walkway back
 •  Henry Street acre for sale
 •  Recycling drive today at school
 •  Coffee Bean opens today
 •  Fish size counts for freedivers
 •  'Open cockpit' day at Kalaeloa
 •  Recycling to benefit school
 •  Beach path work to begin
 •  Award goes to women's group
CITY GOVERNMENT
 •  Trying to do the impossible
 •  Officers say raise means more time with families
MILITARY AFFAIRS
 •  Service members recognized for making Isles 'a better place'
COURTS
 •  Man, 21, charged in Sunset slaying
 •  Lawyer's e-mail under scrutiny
 •  Army aviator's killer gets 25-year sentence
HEALTH
 •  Don't eat 'monkfish' from China
OTHER NEWS
 •  ProjectFocus Hawai'i helps youth learn photography
 •  Free concert at Waikiki ocean fest
HAWAI'I BRIEFS
 •  Brushfire burns near hospital
OBITUARIES
 •  Judge Togo Nakagawa, the 'consummate public servant,' 84
 •  Obituaries

Sports
 •  Nevada shows no mercy on UH
 •  Rainbow Wahine out to beat Tennessee heat
 •  Stadium Authority selects manager
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
 •  Punahou's Ishida named Gatorade Hawai'i Baseball Player of the Year
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
 •  Punahou No. 25 in USA Today baseball poll
SOFTBALL
 •  These girls all have the right makeup
RECREATION
 •  Special Olympics in full swing
 •  Four Hawai'i tennis teams off to nationals
 •  Rodeo at Barbers Point
 •  Speed, quickness camp is open for all ages at UH
 •  Sports notices
ISLE FILE
 •  Punahou baseball ranked 25th nationally; Ishida is top player
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
FERD LEWIS
 •  Chan's the right man for job

Island Life
 •  Twins times 6 Photo gallery
 •  In 'Lahaina,' it's all about surfing, controversy-free fun
 •  Meet local jeweler behind Muse IX
MUSIC
 •  Starbucks' Hawaiian CD is rich blend Audio
 •  Billboard hits
MOVIES
 •  High-quality gay films raising interest in genre
 •  Honolulu Rainbow film Festival Schedule
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  Two of Eastwood's best together
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Spider-Man 3'
THEATER
 •  'Inishmore' is full of blood, gore and ... laughs?
HOME AND GARDEN
 •  Beautiful, useful aloe is a gift from Africa
 •  Home and garden calendar
ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
 •  HawaiiMoms.com can help
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Starbucks' Hawaiian CD is rich blend Audio

Business
 •  NCL changes leadership in Hawai'i
 •  New laws to shield seniors on scams
 •  Driving from buffet to buffet
TOURISM
 •  Hart will head Hilton Hotels
REAL ESTATE
 •  Mortgage rates rise as Fed-cut hopes dim
 •  Kaka'ako redevelopment revisions to be discussed
 •  Garages evolving from 'man caves' to family space
RETAIL
 •  Hilton to open Starbucks in Waikiki
OTHER BUSINESS
 •  Show your products in Taiwan
BUSINESS BRIEFS
 •  Ka'anapali units bring in $100M

Opinion
 •  Gas-gouging bill won't do much to curb price
 •  Feds: Keep a balance in emergency powers
COMMENTARY
 •  Politics and morals guided by the 'stars'
 •  Bill not the answer to mental health access
 •  Current policy has left state in a crisis
 •  Letters to the Editor

Entertainment/TGIF
 •  Catch zingers on high seas
 •  A treasure chest of pirate flicks
NIGHTLIFE
 •  After Hours: Nightspotting
MOVIES
 •  High-quality gay films raising interest in genre
 •  Honolulu Rainbow film Festival Schedule
 •  Screening room
TELEVISION
 •  Two of Eastwood's best together
MUSIC
 •  Starbucks' Hawaiian CD is rich blend Audio
 •  Billboard hits
ISLAND SOUNDS
 •  Starbucks' Hawaiian CD is rich blend Audio
VIDEO GAMES
 •  My view: 'Spider-Man 3'
COMEDY
 •  Augie to deliver 1-2 punch with a benefit concert
THEATER
 •  'Inishmore' is full of blood, gore and ... laughs?
 •  Buzzing about...
 •  What's Up!
 •  Ongoing events
 •  Neighbor Islands