CORRECTIONS

CORRECTIONS

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    Grants for schools: In the Sept. 30 California section, the headline on an article about grants from the group Great Public Schools Now said that the funding would pay for new charter schools. The grants announced this week are for schools operated by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  If...

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    Police shooting: In the Sept. 29 Section A, an article about a police shooting in El Cajon, Calif., gave the age of the man killed, Alfred Olango, as 30. Police later released information that shows Olango was 38. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’...

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    Metro rail: In the Sept. 24 Saturday section, an article about craft beer destinations near Metro Red Line stations said four major train lines crisscross Los Angeles. The Metro rail system has six lines. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    “Zionism” book review: A review of the book “Zionism” in the Sept. 4 Arts & Books section referred to Israel’s “nearly 50-year-long occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.” The United Nations, Human Rights Watch and the International Committee of the Red Cross, among others, consider Gaza part of...

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    L.A. River revamp: In the Sept. 23 California section, an article about the potential redevelopment of a former rail yard into parkland was accompanied by a photo that showed a different rail yard. The actual property is known as Parcel G2, but the photo showed a site called the Piggyback Yard....

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    Charlotte protests: In some copies of the Sept. 22 Section A, an article about protests in Charlotte, N.C., quoted the city’s statement that a man had been fatally shot. The city later reversed its statement; the man was still alive Wednesday night but in critical condition. If you believe that...

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    Vladimir Putin: In the Sept. 20 Section A, an article about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s growing role on the global stage said he would address the United Nations General Assembly on Friday. The Russian government said on Aug. 29 that Putin would not attend the gathering. Foreign Minister...

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    Rams parking: In the Sept. 19 Section A, an article on high parking prices for fans attending a Los Angeles Rams game at the Coliseum said that the NFL had been absent from Los Angeles for 37 years. The Raiders left Los Angeles almost 22 years ago. If you believe that we have made an error, or...

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    Architect: A Sept. 14 architecture review of the National Museum of African American History and Culture said architect David Adjaye was born in Ghana. He was born in Tanzania to Ghanaian parents.   If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards...

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    Publishing merger: An article in the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition about the merging of publishing companies Counterpoint and Catapult quotes Andy Hunter of Catapult saying he has worked with literary supporter Elizabeth Koch for eight years. They have worked together for two years....

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    Zevia: A Sept. 10 article about healthful snack options referred to Zevia beverages as sparkling sodas. They are energy drinks. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you may contact Deirdre Edgar, readers’ representative,...

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    Women of Wrestling: In the Sept. 15 Calendar section, an article about Lakers President Jeanie Buss’ hopes to turn the live show Women of Wrestling into a broadcast TV show misspelled the name of the character Jungle Grrrl as Jungle Girl and referred to the series “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling...

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    Books event: In the Sept. 11 Arts & Books section, the fall books highlights listed “Welcome to Night Vale” on Sept. 22 at the Regent Theater. The event has been moved to Book Soup in West Hollywood. New Glenn rocket: In the Sept. 13 Business section, an article about Blue Origin’s forthcoming...

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    Art exhibition: An entry in the art highlights of the Fall Arts Preview in the Sept. 11 Arts & Books section said the Getty Center exhibition “The Shimmer of Gold: Giovanni di Paolo in Renaissance Siena” will open Oct. 2. The exhibition will open Oct. 11. Your Scene: In the Sept. 11 Travel section,...

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    Theater: A Sept. 10 Calendar theater review of “Please Don’t Ask About Becket” included a photo caption that erroneously implied that the play was a Sacred Fools Theater Company production. A Sacred Fools theater was the site of the performance, but the play was a guest production. If you believe...

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    Van Morrison: In the Sept. 11 Arts & Books section, the fall pop music preview listed Van Morrison’s age as 74. He is 71. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you may contact Deirdre Edgar, readers’ representative,...

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    City of Commerce: In the Sept. 8 Section A, an article about the City of Commerce misidentified the railroad involved in a derailment in the city. The railroad was Union Pacific, not BNSF. Zevia: In the Sept. 10 Saturday section, an article about healthful snack options referred to Zevia beverages...

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    Dehydrators: In the Sept. 3 Saturday section, an article about Los Angeles chefs’ use of dehydrators misspelled the last name of raw-food movement pioneer and dehydrator advocate Ann Wigmore as Wigman. Airbnb lawsuit: An article in the Sept. 3 Business section about Airbnb suing Santa Monica over...

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    Adelanto facility: In the Sept. 6 Section A, an article about the Obama administration’s consideration of a plan to drop privately run immigrant detention centers was accompanied by a photo identified as the detention center in Adelanto, Calif. The photo showed the Desert View Modified Community...

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    Dodgers: A photo caption in the Sept. 1 sports section describing the Dodgers’ celebration of a grand slam by Andrew Toles misidentified Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson as Yasmani Grandal. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and...

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    Wilshire Grand spire: In the Sept. 3 California section, the caption for a photo of a worker on the Wilshire Grand project said that the spire at the top of the downtown L.A. tower was 278 feet long. The spire is 295 feet long. “Queen of Katwe”: In the fall movie preview in the Sept. 4 Calendar...

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    Aurora theater shooting: In the Aug. 30 Section A, an article about the 2012 Aurora, Colo., theater shooting said that four survivors were liable for $700,000 in court costs stemming from a lawsuit brought against the movie theater chain. There were 15 survivors who were liable. The article also...

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    Engage:BDR acquisitions: In the Aug. 30 Business section, the L.A. Tech column said that Engage:BDR Inc. would use accumulated profit to fund its acquisitions. The company has not divulged the source of the funds. “The Little Prince” review: In the Aug. 5 Calendar section, a review of the film...

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    Election bill: In the Aug. 27 Section A, a headline on an article about a measure that would overhaul how Californians vote said the bill had gone to Gov. Jerry Brown. The bill must still pass the state Senate, which it is expected to do Monday, before being sent to Brown. “The Intervention”: A...

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    Downtown loft remodel: In the Aug. 27 Saturday section, a photo caption with an article about a remodeled loft referred to the building as the Toy Story. It is the Toy Factory. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices,...

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      “The Night Of”: In the Aug. 25 Calendar section, an article about actor Bill Camp, costar of the HBO series “The Night Of,” referred to a potential murder suspect in the series as the victim’s father-in-law. The character is the victim’s stepfather. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    Climate change: In the Aug. 23 California section, an article about climate change legislation said that a bill would require reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 40% below 1990 levels by 2030, an easier target than the current goal of hitting 1990 levels by 2020. It is a tougher target. Rock history:...

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    Teacher tenure lawsuit: In the Aug. 23 Section A, an article about the California Supreme Court’s decision not to review a lawsuit that challenged teacher tenure misidentified Michael Petrilli as the executive vice president of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute. He is president of the institute. ...

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    Olympics: In the Aug. 20 Sports section, a column looking back at Day 14 of the Olympics misspelled the last name of actor Joshua Malina, who tweeted a limerick about swimmer Ryan Lochte, as Molina. Skelton column: In the Aug. 22 California section, a column by George Skelton about funding to repair...

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    Winter Olympics: In the Aug. 21 Image section, an article about Olympic snowboarder Shaun White’s new clothing line said the 2018 Winter Olympics will be in Pyongyang, South Korea. The Games will be in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Pyongyang is in North Korea. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    “The Intervention”: A caption with an article about the movie "The Intervention" in the Calendar section elsewhere in this edition switches the names of actors Vincent Piazza and Jason Ritter under a cast photo. The error was caught after the section was printed. If you believe that we have made...

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    Clayton fire: In the Aug. 19 California section, an article about the effects of the Clayton fire in impoverished Lake County said the blaze had destroyed 1,300 homes. The Clayton fire has burned 175 homes; 1,300 have been destroyed by four fires over two years. If you believe that we have made...

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    Clayton fire: In the Aug. 17 Section A, the caption for a photo with an article about an arson arrest in the Clayton fire in Northern California misidentified a melted thermometer outside a fire-damaged home as a clock. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The...

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    California ballot: In the Aug. 16 California section, a headline on an article about Donald Trump being listed as the nominee of both the Republican and the American Independent parties on the Nov. 8 California ballot said Trump would appear on the ballot twice. His name will be listed once. Clinton...

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    Kremlin shakeup: In the Aug. 13 Section A, the caption with an article about Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissing his chief of staff, Sergei Ivanov, misidentified the two in a photo. Putin was on the left and Ivanov on the right. Iraq pastries: An article in the Aug. 14 Section A about breakfast...

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    Hyperloop Technologies Inc.: In the Aug. 14 Business section, an article included Airbnb among the companies in which Shervin Pishevar held investments when he committed some of his fortune to Hyperloop Technologies Inc. He invested in Airbnb after making this pledge. If you believe that we have...

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    Theodore Roosevelt photo: A July 17 photo of former President Theodore Roosevelt that accompanied a review of Geoffrey Cowan's book "Let the People Rule" was credited as a file photo. It should have been credited to Harrison Engle / Signal Hill Entertainment. Tennessee Williams: An Aug. 7 article...

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    Western Wall: In the Aug. 11 Section A, an article about women praying at the Western Wall in Jerusalem described the wall as the last remnant of the ancient Jewish Temple complex. There are other remnants. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Jeff Beck: In the Aug. 10 Calendar section, an article about Jeff Beck’s new album and Hollywood Bowl show referred to Czech rock keyboardist Jan Hammer and blues singer Beth Hart as guitarists. Signature gatherers: In the Aug. 10 California section, an article about signature gatherers for proposed...

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    Tennessee Williams: In the Aug. 7 Arts & Books section, an article about three lesser-known works by Tennessee Williams misidentified the set designer for the Fountain Theatre production of “Baby Doll.” The designer was Jeffrey McLaughlin, not John Iacovelli. U.S.-Turkey ties: In the Aug. 10 Section...

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    Worker paychecks: In the July 31 Business section, an article about check cashing services for garment workers said that unemployment insurance is a required deduction for all California employees. It is a required employer contribution, which does not show up on worker paychecks. David Burnett:...

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    Betty Broderick: In the Aug. 7 California section, an article about Betty Broderick being denied parole in the killings of her ex-husband and his wife was incorrectly published with a "Crime Watch" label, making it appear to be a current news event. The article was originally published by the San...

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    Hollywood development: In the July 30 California section, a graphic with an article about a state bill that may fast-track some Hollywood developments listed the Hollywood Central Park project as 34 acres. It is 38 acres. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The...

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    Book review photo: In the July 17 Arts & Books section, a photo of Theodore Roosevelt that accompanied a review of Geoffrey Cowan’s book “Let the People Rule” was credited as a file photo. It should have been credited to Harrison Engle / Signal Hill Entertainment. Charter school study: In the Aug....

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    DWP leader: In the Aug. 2 California section, an article about the upcoming departure of Marcie Edwards as general manager of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power reported that her interim successor, David Wright, has worked at the agency for 27 years. He has been at the DWP for two years...

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    Alfred E. Neuman: In the Aug. 1 Calendar section, a caption accompanying a photograph of a Mad magazine cover illustration drawn by the late Jack Davis misspelled Alfred E. Neuman’s last name as Newman. Convention TV ratings: In the July 30 Business section, an article about TV ratings for the...

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    Conventions on TV: In the July 30 Calendar section, the last sentence of a review of television coverage of the Republican and Democratic national conventions was enclosed in quotation marks, giving the impression that the words were said by Ohio Gov. John Kasich. They were the author’s words. ...

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      “Blair Witch” sequel: In the July 29 Calendar section, an article about the sequel to the 1999 hit horror movie “The Blair Witch Project” said that director Adam Wingard is Australian. He is American. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Water rates: In the July 26 California section, an article about a court battle over the Yorba Linda Water District's rates said that refinancing district loans had cost ratepayers about $330,000. No refinancing occurred. In fact, the district expected to save $330,000 by refinancing but was unable...

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    Japan citizen scientists: In the July 27 Section A, an article about Japanese citizen scientists tracking nuclear data referred to an eco-farm retreat as being 20 miles southeast of the Fukushima Daiichi power plant. The retreat is 20 miles northwest of the plant. Bestsellers: The list of bestselling...

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    Border artists: In the July 24 Arts & Books section, an article about U.S.-Mexico border artists Marcos Ramirez and David Taylor said that the Mexican-American War cost Mexico more than 500 million square miles. It was more than 500,000 square miles. Also, the Treaty of Adams-Onís was ratified...

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    Angry TV characters: A July 17 chart that showed angry characters and performers in television history said that David Letterman hosted “Late Show with David Letterman” from 1982 to 2015. He hosted “Late Night with David Letterman” from 1982 to 1993, then started “Late Show” later in 1993. If you...

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    Cleveland police: In the July 21 Section A, the caption for a photo with an article about protests at the Republican National Convention misidentified a law enforcement official as Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams. The official pictured was Deputy Police Chief Dornat Drummond. Ethics penalty:...

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    Comic-Con International: In the July 20 Calendar section, an article about Comic-Con International misspelled the last name of “Suicide Squad” director David Ayer as Ayers. Disney studio: In the July 21 California section, an article about efforts to save a Los Feliz home where Walt Disney founded...

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    Baca sentencing: In the July 18 Section A, an article about the upcoming sentencing of retired Sheriff Lee Baca said in one instance that Baca had ceded day-to-day operations of the Sheriff’s Department to Merrick Bobb as well as to Undersheriff Paul Tanaka. As the article indicated elsewhere,...

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    Jennie Abrahamson: In the July 19 Calendar section, a review of Peter Gabriel and Sting’s concert at the Hollywood Bowl misspelled backing vocalist Jennie Abrahamson’s first name as Jenny. Kit Harington: In the July 15 Calendar section, a photo caption with an article about the Emmy nominations...

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    Child-care workers: In the July 12 Business section, an article about child-care workers living in poverty misspelled the last name of the director of UC Berkeley's Center for the Study of Child Care Employment. She is Marcy Whitebook, not Whitebrook. CHP ambush: In the July 11 California section,...

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    Investing Quarterly illustration: In the July 10 Business section, the artist’s credit for the illustration with the Investing Quarterly feature was omitted. The illustrator was Michael Glenwood.  If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards...

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    Gaza Strip healthcare: An article in the July 13 Section A about Gaza Strip residents receiving medical treatment in Turkey said that about 3,000 patients from the area with life-threatening illnesses apply each month to get treatment at Israeli hospitals, according to the World Health Organization....

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    Spain tour: In the July 10 Travel section, a Tours & Cruises listing for Zicasso’s “Game of Thrones”-themed “Season 6 Tour of Spain” said filming sites on the tour include where the character Cersei Lannister made her walk of atonement. The walk was filmed in Croatia.

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    Grizzly bear study: In the July 12 California section, an article about calls to reintroduce grizzly bears into California said that the Center for Biological Diversity had filed a petition with the California Fish and Game Commission to conduct a feasibility study on grizzly reintroduction. The...

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    Women’s gymnastics: In the July 8 Sports section, an article previewing the U.S. Olympic gymnastics trials said gymnast Simone Biles had met with a Houston-based sports psychologist. Robert Andrews is a sports psychology consultant. Northern Ireland: In the July 11 Section A, a photo caption with...

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    Brian Wilson: In the July 9 Calendar section, an article about Brian Wilson said the studio where “Pet Sounds” was recorded was on Hollywood Boulevard. It is on Sunset Boulevard. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices,...

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      “Look: Poems” review: In the July 10 Arts & Books section, a review of Solmaz Sharif’s “Look: Poems” says the poet was raised in Turkey. She was born in Turkey but raised in the U.S. The error was discovered after the section had been printed. If you believe that we have made an error, or you...

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    Oakland sex trafficking: In the July 7 Section A, an article about the Oakland Police Department's sex scandal and sex trafficking in the city said that an investigator with the Alameda County district attorney's office had been accused of sexual misconduct involving the young woman at the center...

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    Bluefin tuna: In the July 6 California section, the headline with an article about a petition to list bluefin tuna as an endangered species gave the tuna's name as bluefish. Vitaly Mansky: In the July 6 Calendar section, an article about film director Vitaly Mansky and his documentary "Under the...

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      “Tickled”: In the June 29 Calendar section, an article about controversy over the documentary “Tickled” misattributed a comment made during an audience Q&A with a co-director of the film. It was David D’Amato, not Kevin Clarke, who told co-director Dylan Reeve, “As we say in New York, Los Angeles...

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      Bosnian Muslims: In the July 4 California section, an article about blond-haired Bosnian Muslims was accompanied by a photo of a woman with her daughter and two nieces at an iftar celebration in Irvine. The family is Bosnian but is not Muslim.  Elie Wiesel obituary: In some copies of the July...

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      Blood tests: In the June 19 Section A, the headline with an article about companies promoting new blood tests to the public said the tests are being sold directly to consumers. Some of the companies, including Pathway Genomics, require consumers to get approval from physicians before ordering...

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    Baca sentencing: In the June 21 California section, an article about the upcoming sentencing of former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca said that defiant comments by him were made during an acceptance speech at a reception where he was given an award. Baca made those comments, which were summarized...

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    Helen Chavez obituary: In the June 7 California section, the obituary of Helen Chavez, widow of labor leader Cesar Chavez, said that in 1978, when the couple were arrested in Yuma, Ariz., over picketing a cantaloupe field, the Teamsters were representing workers at the site. The Teamsters were...

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    Pat Summitt obituary: In the June 29 California section, the obituary of college basketball coach Pat Summitt referred to her book "Reach for the Summitt" as an autobiography. It is a motivational book. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Roski school: In the June 28 Calendar section, an article about USC’s Roski School of Art and Design facing an uncertain future referred to Barbara Drucker as the head of the arts program at UCLA. Hirsch Perlman holds that position; Drucker is a faculty member. Legal advice: In the June 26 Business...

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    Hammer Museum biennial: In the June 23 Calendar section, a review of the Hammer Museum’s biennial said that artist Daniel R. Small excavated items from the movie set for Cecil B. DeMille’s “The Ten Commandments” and incorporated them into an installation. The excavated items in his “Excavation...

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      ‘Misconception’: In the June 24 Calendar section, a review of the documentary “Misconception” misspelled statistician Hans Rosling's last name as Roling. ‘Les Cowboys’: In the June 24 Calendar section, a review of the film “Les Cowboys” said the movie was unrated. It is rated R, for a brief violent...

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    SolarCity: In the June 22 Business section, an article about Tesla's proposed bid for SolarCity said that the solar company's stock had plummeted about 35% in the last year. It is down 63% from a year ago. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Wikipedia: In the June 21 Business section, an article about college professors using Wikipedia as a teaching tool said that the program was run by the Wikipedia Education Foundation. The organization is the Wiki Education Foundation.  Netmarble: In the June 21 Business section, an article about...

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    Yosemite: A California section article on June 19 quoted President Obama as saying climate change could threaten monuments such as the Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island. The president referred to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Brexit vote: In the June 19 Business section, an item in The...

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    Olympic auditorium: A photo caption in an article about L.A.'s Olympic Auditorium in the Sunday Calendar section of this edition misspelled the name of documentary filmmaker Steve DeBro as DuBro. The error was caught after the section went to press. Prefab homes: An article in Saturday's Hot Property...

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    Leonard Hill: In the June 10 California section, the obituary of producer and developer Leonard Hill said that along with partner Yuval Bar-Zemer, he co-founded Linear City Development, which has developed four major residential projects. It was an earlier partnership, Linear City LLC, with a third...

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    FCC chairman: An article in the June 15 Business section about Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler and the cable TV misidentified the president of the American Cable Assn. as Michael Polka. His name is Matthew Polka.   If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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    Home theater: An article in the June 12 Calendar section about new home theater releases misstated when “Clown” will be available. It will be released Friday; it was not released Tuesday. National parks book: In the June 12 Arts & Books section, an article about author Terry Tempest Williams and...

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    TV review: In the June 13 Calendar section, a review of the TV series “BrainDead” said Ronald Reagan has not been president since January 1988. He was president until January 1989. Aid in dying: In the June 9 California section, a chart listing facts about Oregon’s aid-in-dying law gave “46” as...

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    National parks book: In the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition, an article about author Terry Tempest Williams and her new book, “The Hour of Land,” says that with a total of 58 national parks in the U.S., “there is at least one in every state.” It should say: There are a total of 58...

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    Data breach: A June 10 Business section article about hacked Twitter and LinkedIn accounts misidentified Rapid7 researcher Rebekah Brown as Rebekah Hall. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you may contact Deirdre...

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    Moving specialists: An article in the June 4 Hot Property section about moving specialists who cater to the rich and famous misspelled Laura Carrillo’s last name as Carillo. It also said a feng shui expert may advise putting a water feature in the center of the home to attract career success. It...

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    NBA Finals: In the June 6 Sports section, an article about Game 2 of the NBA Finals referred to Golden State Warriors’ Draymond Green as the NBA defensive player of the year. Green was the runner-up for the honor, which went to San Antonio Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard. Academy diversity: An article in...

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    Director’s name: In the June 5 Arts & Books section, a theater openings listing for “Hamlet” gave director Jeremy Aluma’s first name as Jerry. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you may contact Deirdre Edgar, readers’...

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    Primary poll: An article in the June 3 Section A gave the wrong number for the percentage of likely Democratic primary voters who said they opposed Sen. Bernie Sanders because they believe his proposals were unrealistic. The correct share was 35%, not 27%. “Kaili Blues”: An article about “Kaili...

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      South Korea: In the May 31 Section A, an article about the South Korean city of Songdo failed to make it clear that the 1,500-acre area that was the focus of the article was the Songdo International Business District, a private development, and not Greater Songdo, the name for the city that the...

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    Grilling tools: In the May 28 Saturday section, an article about grill accessories omitted the first name and job title of Wilson Hawkins, the general manager of outdoor products for DCS in Costa Mesa. Also, the article indicated that a Napoleon Grills shish kebab wheel and rotisserie include an...

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      Inglewood lawsuit: In the May 26 California section, an article about a whistle-blower lawsuit against Inglewood over its bid to lure the NFL said that the city was already in the process of transforming the old Hollywood Park racetrack. It was Stockbridge Capital Group that was redeveloping...

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      La Cañada teachers: In the May 27 California section, an article about La Cañada Unified School District reaching a tentative deal with its teachers union said that the highest earnable base salary would rise to $112,309. That figure is for school psychologists; for teachers, it would rise to...

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    Pot growers: In the May 27 Section A, an article about marijuana growers’ concerns about encroachment by the alcohol industry said that River Wellness and the California Growers Assn. were the only employers of lobbyist Jason Bryant. They were the two highest-paying of nine employers. If you believe...

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    NFL: In the May 22 Sports section, a column about Los Angeles’ chances of hosting an upcoming Super Bowl was accompanied by an incorrect photo. The photo identified as being from the 1993 Super Bowl at the Rose Bowl was actually from the 1994 Super Bowl at the Georgia Dome. Also, the photo caption...

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    Mudcrutch: In the May 15 Arts & Books section, an article about Tom Petty and Mudcrutch said that the band's fundraiser shows at Cal State Northridge on May 23 and 24 would benefit university radio station KCSN-FM (88.5). The shows will benefit the Midnight Mission. Additionally, band member Tom...

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    Ariana Grande: In the May 19 Calendar section, a review of Ariana Grande’s new album, “Dangerous Woman,” referred to Scooter Braun as the singer’s manager. Braun no longer manages Grande’s career. “The Hairy Ape”: In the May 18 Calendar section, a review of “The Hairy Ape” at the Odyssey Theatre...

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    Gap troubles: In the May 18 Business section, an article about Gap Inc. said that the company was looking to grow Banana Republic and Old Navy outside of North America. The company said it was evaluating those brands primarily outside of North America to “sharpen its focus on geographies with the...

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      “The Trust”: In the May 13 Calendar section, a review of the film “The Trust” misidentified one of the directors, Alex Brewer, as a co-writer. Benjamin Brewer co-wrote the screenplay with Adam Hirsch. “Angry Birds”: In the May 17 Business section, an article about the “Angry Birds” movie said...

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    "All the Way" writer: In the May 15 Calendar section, an article about the HBO movie "All the Way" identified the film's writer as Bill Schenkkan. His name is Robert Schenkkan. Mudcrutch: In the May 15 Arts & Books section, an article about Tom Petty and Mudcrutch said that the band's fundraiser...

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