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Theater shooting: An April 26 article in Section A on the trial of James E. Holmes in the Aurora, Colo., theater rampage said the urn containing the ashes of one of the victims, Alex Teves, was in the home of Teves' parents. The urn is no longer there.

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Armenian genocide: In the April 25 Section A, an article about local Armenian American seniors' recollections of relatives' accounts of the Armenian genocide misspelled the name of one of Yervant Melconyan's grandchildren, Alin, as Acin.

"Masterminds" opening: In the Calendar section elsewhere in this edition, an article about the comedy "Masterminds," starring Zach Galifianakis, said that the movie would open Aug. 14. It will open Aug. 7. The error was discovered after the section went to press.

Hospital outbreaks: In the April 19 Section A, an article about official secrecy surrounding infection outbreaks at medical centers recounted a 2012 incident involving a staph infection spread among heart patients at an unnamed hospital. The story said that the Los Angeles County Health Dept. identified the institution in an annual report only as "Hospital A" and that the name of the hospital remains secret. In fact, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center confirmed the incident months after it happened in...

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LACMA sculpture: In the April 24 Calendar section, an article about a rare Ernst Ludwig Kirchner sculpture acquired by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art misidentified the buyer of a different Kirchner sculpture sold at auction. The buyer in that 2006 auction was Ronald Lauder, not Leonard Lauder.

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"Giant" photo: In the April 12 Calendar section, the credit for a 1955 photograph of actor James Dean with local children in Marfa, Texas, that accompanied a Classic Hollywood column about the making of the film "Giant" was credited only to PBS. Photographer Richard C. Miller should also have been credited

Summer air fares: In the April 21 Business section, an article about summer air fare deals identified Belgrade as a city in Yugoslavia. It is in Serbia

Hydration products: In the March 28 Saturday section, an article about new water and hydration products and their health claims misspelled the name of Dr. Darragh O'Carroll of Revive DTLA as Darrah O'Connell.

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School lunches: In the April 22 Section A, an article about the political fight over school lunch rules referred to the 2010 law that created new federal nutritional standards for the meals as the Healthy School Meals Act. It is the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act.

Southwest Airlines suit: In the April 21 Business section, an article about a wrongful death lawsuit filed against Southwest Airlines said that Richard Ilczyszyn collapsed on a Sept. 16 flight. The flight was Sept. 19.

Lucha libre: In the April 22 Section A, an article about lucha libre wrestling referred to matches at the Los Angeles Coliseum. The events were at the Sports Arena.

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Coachella: In the April 21 Calendar section, an article about the highlights of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival referred to George Ezra's hit "Budapest" as "Barcelona." Also, "Love Hurts," performed by Florence + the Machine with Father John Misty, was referred to as Nazareth's ballad. Nazareth recorded the song in 1975, but it was written by Boudleaux Bryant.

Angels game: In the April 21 sports section, a photo caption misidentified an Oakland Athletics outfielder who made a diving catch against the Angels. The player was Sam Fuld, not Stephen Vogt.

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