All-volunteer Army: In the May 24 Section A, an article about the nation's military-civilian relationship said that the last three U.S. presidents never served on active duty. George W. Bush was put on active-duty status for about a year during his training with the Air National Guard, according to a National Guard spokesman.
Identity-theft protection: In the May 24 Travel section, an article about identity-theft protection gave the cost of Experian's ProtectMyID program as $19.95 a month. It is $15.95 a month or $159.95 a year.
Concert venues: In the May 24 Arts & Books section, an article about Los Angeles-area concert venues said that the Regent theater is operated by Spaceland Presents and Goldenvoice; it is operated by Spaceland Presents, Artist & Recreation and Knitting Factory Entertainment.
Summer concerts: In the May 24 Arts & Books section, an article previewing the summer concert season said that Juanes would be performing at Club Nokia; he will be performing at Nokia Theatre at...Read more
UCLA tennis: In the May 20 Sports section, a photo caption misidentified UCLA tennis player Maia Magill as teammate Kristi Wiley.
Utah homeless: In the May 24 Section A, an article about Utah's program to house the chronically homeless referred to the pet bird one resident took in as a cockatoo. It's a cockatiel.Read more
Hollywood Forever: In the May 24 Arts & Books section, an article about Los Angeles-area concert venues said that the remains of rocker Johnny Ramone and actress Jayne Mansfield are at the Hollywood Forever cemetery. In the Travel section of the same edition, an article about celebrities interred in area cemeteries also said the same of Ramone. The cemetery has memorials to both, but neither is interred there.
Disaster movies: In the May 24 Calendar section, an article about the earthquake movie "San Andreas" attributed the 1974 movie "Earthquake" to producer Irwin Allen. That disaster movie was directed by Mark Robson and produced by Robson and Jennings Lang.
L.A. Phil review: In the May 20 Calendar section, a review of a Los Angeles Philharmonic chamber music concert misspelled the last name of violinist Mark Kashper as Kaspher.Read more
Disability voting: An article in the May 22 California section about a federal investigation into how California decides to strip people under limited conservatorships of the right to vote incorrectly said that an attorney for a disability rights group persuaded Stephen Lopate's court-appointed lawyer and a judge overseeing Lopate's case to reconsider and allow Lopate to keep his right to vote. Although the court-appointed attorney recommended that Lopate lose his right to vote, the judge had not made a ruling on the matter. After the court-appointed attorney changed his recommendation, the judge allowed Lopate to keep his right to vote.Read more
Kardashian wedding: In the May 23 California section, an article about legislative actions said that the estate in Montecito where Kim Kardashian held her 2011 wedding to Kris Humphries was owned by Google executive Eric Schmidt. In fact, the estate was owned by venture capitalist Frank Caufield.
Podemos party: In the May 17 Section A, an article about the Podemos political party in Spain referred to Venezuela as a communist country. Venezuela's ruling party is socialist.
Marines in the Pacific: In the May 17 Section A, an article about Pacific Islanders resisting plans for Marines to use Pagan Island for military exercises identified Jerome Aldan as the mayor of the Northern Mariana Islands. He is the mayor of Pagan and other northern islands in the Northern Marianas chain.Read more
Margaretta "Happy" Rockefeller obituary: In the May 21 California section, the obituary of Margaretta "Happy" Rockefeller, the widow of Nelson Rockefeller, said that he was in his fourth term as New York governor when he became Gerald Ford's vice president. He had resigned as governor the previous year.Read more