GOP candidates: An article in the June 28 Section A about the wide field of Republican presidential candidates referred to Ohio Gov. John Kasich's support for expanding Medicare under the Affordable Care Act. It should have said Medicaid.
"Soap": An article in the June 28 Section A about movie and TV portrayals of gays and lesbians said that Jodie Dallas, Billy Crystal's character on the 1970s TV comedy...Read more
Danny Villanueva: In the June 21 California section, the obituary of Spanish-language broadcast executive Danny Villanueva said that he graduated from the University of New Mexico. He graduated from New Mexico State University. Also, a caption for a photo with the obituary misstated Villanueva's pay as a kicker for the Los Angeles Rams in the 1960s. It was $5,500 a year, not $5,500 per week.
Alan Rickman: In the June 25 Calendar section, a profile of actor Alan Rickman misidentifed the character he plays in the film "A Little Chaos." He portrays France's Louis XIV, not Louis IV. Also, a photo caption with the article referred to the character as Henry XIV.
BET Experience: In the June 25 Calendar section, an article about this weekend's BET Experience listed a discussion on black women...Read more
Iraq war veteran: In the June 11 Section A, an article about a high school class that launched a drive to build a home for a disabled Iraq war veteran referred incompletely to the role played by others in the project. In addition to staging a benefit concert, the Gary Sinise Foundation managed the project along with the students. By the project's conclusion, the majority of funds to build the two...Read more
Danny Villanueva: A photo caption that accompanied the obituary of Spanish-language broadcast executive Danny Villanueva in the June 21 California section gave the wrong figure for his salary as a kicker for the Los Angeles Rams in the 1960s. It was $5,500 a year, not $5,500 a week.Read more
Latinos at Art Center: In the June 13 Business section, an article about Latino students at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena said that they represented 5% of the total student body and that this year's auto design program had one Latino graduate. The program had two Latino graduates, and 11% of students are Latino.Read more