Afghanistan attack: In the Jan. 30 Section A, an article about an attack on military contractors at the Kabul airport reported that a gunman had killed three foreigners and a fellow Afghan. The Afghan who died was the gunman, who was shot and killed by security forces after the attack.
VA property lawsuit: In the Jan. 29 California section, an article about a legal settlement over the use of the Veterans Affairs campus in West Los Angeles said that by October, a homelessness expert would be hired to develop a master plan for the property. The October deadline is for completing the master plan, not for the appointment of an expert.
Vidiots closing: In the Jan. 30 Business section, an article about the upcoming closure of Vidiots movie rental store misspelled the name of Entertainment Merchants Assn. Chief Executive Mark Fisher as Marc.
Suge Knight: In the Jan. 30 California section, an article about Marion "Suge" Knight's suspected involvement in a fatal hit-and-run gave Los Angeles County...Read more
CIA officer: In the Jan. 27 Section A, a photo caption misidentified former CIA officer Jeffrey A. Sterling, who was convicted of leaking classified information to a reporter. Sterling is at left, with his wife, Holly.
Opera: In the Jan. 26 Calendar section, a review of the Long Beach Opera production of “Thérèse Raquin” said that the second and final performance was Jan. 25. The final performance will be Feb. 1.
Box office: In the Jan. 26 Calendar section, a chart listing top films at the weekend box office misattributed the data to Times research and Hollywood.com Box Office. The figures were from Rentrak.Read more
Vaccinations: An article in the Jan. 26 California section about vaccine opponents quoted Moms in Charge founder Dotty Hagmier as saying her child received an extra dose of the Hepatitis C vaccine. After publication, Hagmier clarified that it was the Hepatitis B vaccine. A vaccine for Hepatitis C is not currently available.
John Bowsher: A news obituary in the Dec. 30, 2014, California section of John Bowsher, LACMA vice president who oversaw the installation of large and complicated artwork, omitted his son, Morgan William Bowsher, from the list of surviving family members.
Bob Dylan: A Jan. 26 Calendar section review of Bob Dylan's "Shadows in the Night" said the album was recorded in Capitol Studios' Studio A, which holds up to 50 musicians. It was recorded in the smaller Studio B.
Vintage synth: In the Jan. 22 Calendar section, an article about the return of the synthesizer, which several companies were expected to feature at the National Assn. of Music Merchants convention, misidentified the source of this quote: "I know that I could spend years with this thing and never run out of sounds." It was L.A. musician M. Geddes Gengras who said it, not Brooklyn producer Max Ravitz.
City National Bank: In the Jan. 23 Section A, a photograph with an article about the sale of City National Bank that showed the Jacksons with bank Chief Executive Bram Goldsmith was identified as being from 1970. The photo was from an event in 1979.Read more
"Anna Christie": In the Jan. 21 Calendar section, an article about the play "Anna Christie" at Odyssey Theatre Ensemble in Los Angeles listed incorrect ticket prices. Tickets are $34.99, not $25. The article also misspelled the last name of Linda Lowy, wife of "Anna Christie" star Jeff Perry, as Lowry.Read more