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Richard Eder: In the obituary of book critic Richard Eder that appeared in the Nov. 23 California section, one of his surviving sisters was listed as Liz McCullough. Her name is Elizabeth McCulloch.

Newport Beach waterfront: An article in the Nov. 19 California section about proposed development along the Newport Beach waterfront referred to the Reuben E. Lee, which housed a restaurant and a nautical museum, as a smokestack riverboat. It was a building that looked like a riverboat.

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Restaurant wage theft: In the Nov. 19 Business section, an article about restaurant wage-theft cases referred to Shaw San Liu, lead organizer with the Chinese Progressive Assn. in San Francisco, as "he." Liu is a woman.

Marvel diversity: In the Nov. 19 Calendar section, a photo caption accompanying an article about Marvel's diversity efforts said that the comics publisher gave Thor a sex change in July. A female character replaced a male character as Thor in an issue released in October. The change was announced in July.

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Pinnacles National Park: In the Nov. 16 Travel section, an article about Pinnacles National Park reversed the driving directions to the park's entrances. The correct routes are: To drive to the west entrance from Los Angeles, take Highway 101 north to Soledad, then take Highway 146 east for 14 miles into Pinnacles National Park. To reach the east entrance, take Highway 101 north to King City. Exit at 1st Street and turn right; 1st Street turns into Bitterwater Road (Monterey County G13). Follow it to Highway 25. Turn left on Highway 25 (north) and follow for 15 miles. Turn left onto Highway 146 to enter the park.

Russell Peters: An article in the Nov. 15 Calendar section about comedian Russell Peters said that the upcoming TV movie "Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever" would air on the USA Network. The movie will air on Lifetime.

Music Center events: In a preview box in the Nov. 16 Arts & Books section listing future events at the Music Center, pianist Simon Trpceski's last name was...

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Lyft for Work: An article in the Nov. 14 Business section about ride-sharing firm Lyft adding corporate customers said Adobe was a launch customer. After publication, Lyft issued a correction stating that Adobe participated as a pilot partner in the program but was not a launch customer.

New York City frog: An article in the Nov. 17 Section A about New York City frogs misstated where biologist Catherine Newman was working when ecologist Jeremy Feinberg first contacted her about the newly discovered species. She was working at UC Davis, not UCLA.

Film sequels: The On Film column in the Nov. 16 Calendar section about ideas for comic-duo film sequels said Ben Affleck ate animal crackers off Liv Tyler's stomach in "The Rock." The Affleck film that included that sequence was "Armageddon."

Music Center at 50: The caption under the photograph of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on the cover of the Nov. 16 Arts & Books section misidentified Hope Street as Olive Street.

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James Holmes plea: A national brief that ran in the A section Nov. 16 incorrectly stated that James Holmes, accused of killing 12 people in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooting, pleaded guilty by reason of insanity. Holmes pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.

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John Muir: In the Nov. 13 California section, an article about disputes over the relevance of John Muir's legacy misquoted Laura Pulido, a professor in USC's Department of American Studies and Ethnicity, as saying the naturalist "actively worked to disgrace California Indians by taking their lands." Pulido said Muir "actively worked to displace California Indians by taking their lands."

Lynn Manning: A headline on an article in the Nov. 14 Section A about playwright Lynn Manning said that violence in South L.A. took away his sight. The shooting that resulted in the loss of his sight occurred in Hollywood.

"Rosewater" actor: In the Nov. 14 Calendar section, a review of the film "Rosewater" identified the actor playing Maziar Bahari's father as Nasser Faris. That role was played by actor Haluk Bilginer. Faris played the role of Haj Agha.

Mental health report: An article in the Oct. 30 California section about a consultants' report on diverting mentally ill people from Los Angeles County's...

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