"Trumbo" producer: In the Nov. 19 issue of The Envelope, an article about films that examine current issues though set in the past referred to Michael London as an executive producer on the film "Trumbo." London is a producer on that film.
Unclaimed dead: In the Nov. 17 California section, a graphic about L.A. County's unclaimed dead incorrectly located the county's cemetery. It is at 3301 E. 1st St.Read more
Immigrant sponsors: In the Nov. 15 Section A, an article about the federal government placing immigrant youths with sponsors took out of context a quote by Maria Woltjen, director of the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights. Woltjen did not say that more oversight is needed of the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement, which places youth with sponsors.Read more
Charter modems: In the Nov. 17 Business section, an article about Charter Communications Inc.'s cable modem rental policy said that the company typically charges $4 to $12 a month to rent a modem. That's the range industrywide. Charter does not charge a rental fee, but the modem cost is included in the overall Internet service fee.
Paris attacks: In the Nov.Read more
Federico Fellini book contributor: The Classic Hollywood article in the Nov. 15 Calendar section about the book "Fellini: The Sixties" misspelled the first name of contributor Gregor Meyer as Gregory.
Stage photos: Credits in the Nov. 13 Calendar section for two photographs from reviewed stage productions were mistakenly switched.Read more
Bouchon recipe: In the Food & Dining chapter of the Nov. 14 Saturday section, one line of ingredients in the recipe for Bouchon TLCs included extraneous wording. The line should read "7½ ounces (212 grams, or a scant 2 sticks) butter, at room temperature."
Carson stadium: In the Nov.Read more