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    Glenn Frey tribute: In the Feb. 10 Calendar section, an article about the Grammy Awards tribute to Eagles singer Glenn Frey said that Frey once shared an apartment with Don Henley. He shared it with J.D. Souther. The article also gave the date Frey died as Jan. 17. He died Jan. 18.

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    Ballet dancer: In the Feb. 8 Calendar section, a review of the PBS documentary "A Ballerina's Tale: The Incredible Rise of Misty Copeland" said that Copeland is the first black principal dancer of a major ballet company. Rather, she is the first black female principal at American Ballet Theatre.

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    Super Bowl commercials: In the Feb. 8 Calendar section, a column about media messages during the Super Bowl said there were no ads this year that were similar to a public service announcement against domestic violence that aired during last year's game. A similar PSA against domestic violence aired...

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    Cap-and-trade: In the Jan. 31 California section, an article about negotiations over how to spend more than $1 billion in funds collected from the auction of greenhouse gas pollution credits referred to the Natural Resources Defense Fund. The organization is the Natural Resources Defense Council....

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    "Hail Caesar!": In the Feb. 7 Calendar section, an article about the synchronized swimming team known as the Aqualillies that performs in the new Coen brothers' film "Hail Caesar!" said that Mesha Kussman is the co-founder of the Aqualillies. She is the founder. Movie sneaks: In the Jan. 10 Calendar...

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    Bob Elliott: In the Feb. 4 California section, the obituary of comic Bob Elliott included a photo of Elliott with partner Ray Goulding, but the caption reversed their identities. Goulding was on the left and Elliott on the right. Pac-12 basketball: In the Feb. 4 Sports section, a brief news item...

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    Register bankruptcy: In the Feb. 2 Business section, an article about the bankruptcy proceedings of the Orange Country Register's owner referred to Mark Wallace as a U.S. District Court judge. He is a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge.

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    Fracking in L.A.: In the Feb. 1 Calendar section, an article about environmental documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival said that fracking had been banned in Los Angeles after the 2010 release of the film "Gasland." Hydraulic fracturing is legal in California, but state lawmakers approved...

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    Jail escape: An article in the Jan. 30 Section A about Nooshafarin Ravaghi, the teacher who is suspected of aiding three inmates' escape from an Orange County jail, included an extraneous reference to one of the inmates, Hossein Nayeri. Nayeri's name was inadvertently inserted into a sentence quoting...

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    Oregon standoff: In the Jan. 23 Section A, an article about an annotated version of the U.S. Constitution carried by some of the Oregon wildlife refuge occupiers was accompanied by an incorrect photo. The photo showed a pocket version of the Constitution from the U.S. Government Bookstore, not...

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    Clifton's Cafeteria: In the Jan. 27 California section, an article about Clifton's Cafeteria founder Clifford Clinton referred to him in several instances as Clifford Clifton.

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    Same-sex unions: In the Jan. 27 Section A, an article about same-sex unions in Italy said a Family Day rally was planned for Sunday. It is planned for Saturday.

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    Pilot charged: In the Jan. 25 California section, an article about an Alaska Airlines pilot facing alcohol charges said that federal law considers commercial airline pilots intoxicated if their blood-alcohol concentration is 0.10% or higher. That is the threshold in the U.S. code under which the...

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    Locol restaurant: In the Jan. 24 Section A, an article about the new restaurant Locol in Watts said its coffee comes from the roasters at Blue Bottle. The coffee comes from a collaboration between Locol and Tony Konecny. Ventura Boulevard dining: In the Jan. 16 Saturday section, an article about...

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    Catherine Opie: In the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition, a caption for two photos that accompanied an article about photographer Catherine Opie implies that a photo of Opie is a self-portrait and that the image is part of a Hammer Museum exhibition. As the photo credit indicates,...

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    JPL location: In the Jan. 21 Envelope section, a photo caption with an article about "The Martian" sound designer and supervising sound editor Oliver Tarney said the Jet Propulsion Laboratory is in Pasadena. It is in La Cañada Flintridge. Wal-Mart: An article in the Jan. 22 Business section said...

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    Horizon Homes: In the Jan. 16 Saturday section, an article about the Horizon Homes program described a Horizon home in Claremont as being designed by Fred McDowell for ceramist Harrison McIntosh. The hillside house described was never owned by McIntosh. King Day volunteers: In the Jan. 19 California...

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    Glenn Frey: In the Jan 19 Calendar section, an article about Glenn Frey's musical legacy credited Frey with co-writing "Peaceful Easy Feeling." Though Frey sang lead vocals on the Eagles' version of the song, it was written by Jack Tempchin. Book review: In the Jan. 17 Arts & Books section, the...

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    Streaming music: An article in the Jan. 17 Arts & Books section that compared five music-streaming services misspelled singer Tanel Padar's first name as Tanal and incorrectly gave the name of the band Austrian Death Machine as Australian Death Machine. Theater production: An appreciation of Myra...

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    Book review: In the Jan. 17 Arts & Books section, the byline and bio on a review of Omar Musa's novel "Here Come the Dogs" misspelled reviewer Jane Yong Kim's middle name as Young. Clippers: In the Jan. 10 Sports section, a headline on an article about the L.A. Clippers vs. Charlotte Hornets game...

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    Kmart closures: In the Jan. 14 Business section, an article about Kmart store closures said that four stores in California would be closing in March and April. In fact, three Kmart stores will close, one each in Anaheim, Chula Vista and Citrus Heights. The fourth closure, in San Mateo, is of a...

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    Female superintendents: In the Jan. 13 California section, an article about women who have led Los Angeles' public school system said that Michelle King, who was named superintendent on Monday, became the second female superintendent and that Susan M. Dorsey was first. In fact, Dorsey was the second...

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    David Bowie: In the Jan. 12 Section A, the obituary of musician David Bowie said that 43 million tweets went out in the first seven hours after news of his death Sunday. It was 4.3 million tweets. Also, Mars was referred to as Earth's nearest planetary neighbor; Venus is closer to Earth. MannKind...

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    Roy Orbison's sons: The Essential Tracks column in the Jan. 10 Arts & Books section said two of Roy Orbison's sons died in a car crash. They died in a house fire.

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    Bees: In the Jan. 7 Business section, an article about pesticide threats to bees said that oranges and grapefruit were among the crops dependent on commercial bee colonies for pollination. Those crops are self-pollinating and do not require commercial bee colonies. Nicholas Sparks: In the Calendar...

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    "Groucho": In the Jan. 6 Calendar section, an article about the stage show "An Evening With Groucho" said that star Frank Ferrante portrays Groucho Marx from ages 19 to 55. Ferrante plays Marx from ages 15 to 85. Nicholas Caldwell: In the Jan. 8 California section, a brief obituary of Nicholas Caldwell,...

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    Ride-sharing: In the Dec. 24 Section A, a photo caption with an article about Lyft beginning ride-sharing service at LAX referred to the airport's upper arrivals level. The upper level is the departures level, though that is where ride-sharing services are to pick up passengers.

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    Porter Ranch: In the Jan. 3 Section A, an article about the delay in fixing the Porter Ranch gas leak referred to the location of the damaged well as north of Oak Mountain. It is Oat Mountain. Shootings: In the Jan. 1 California section, an article about a San Fernando Valley shooting being linked...

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    Muslim millennials: In the Dec. 27 Section A, a photo accompanying an article about young Muslims in Europe misidentified one of the women shown. The woman identified as Julie Pascoet was in fact Assia Missaoui, a contributor to al.arte magazine.

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    "Downton Abbey": In the Jan. 1 Calendar section, an article about the upcoming season of "Downton Abbey" referred to Maggie Smith's character as the dowager duchess. She is the dowager countess.

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    Newport Beach body: In the Dec. 30 California section, an article about the discovery of a woman's body at a Newport Beach business complex reported that coroner's officials said the body was found in the office of Coast to Coast printing services. Police now say the body was found elsewhere in...

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    Sumner Redstone: In the Dec. 17 Section A, an article said Viacom and CBS executive chairman Sumner Redstone allowed former girlfriend Manuela Herzer to use a penthouse apartment at the Carlyle Hotel in New York. The apartment is not the penthouse. Earlier this year Redstone gave Herzer title to...

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    Orange County hotel: In the Dec. 27 Travel section, an article about destinations for 2016 said that the St. Regis Monarch Beach had completed a major renovation. The hotel is open and guest rooms have been upgraded, but many public areas are still closed for renovation, with completion expected...

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    McDonald's rebound: In the Dec. 26 Business section, an article about improving sales at McDonald's restaurants said the company's shares closed at $18.57 on Dec. 24. The correct price is $118.57.

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    Civil War: In the Dec. 20 Section A, the photo caption with an article about the role of African Americans in the Civil War identified the men pictured as A.M. Chandler, who fought on the side of the Confederacy, with "fellow slave" Silas Chandler. A.M. Chandler was not a slave; Silas was the Chandler...

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    Grammy nominees: In the Dec. 7 Calendar section, an article about the Grammy nominations said that Don Henley co-wrote his nominated song "The Cost of Living" with Merle Haggard. Henley co-wrote it with Stan Lynch. SpaceX: In the Dec. 23 Section A, an article about the historic landing of the SpaceX...

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    Holiday soundtracks: An article in the Dec. 20 Arts & Books section rating the holiday music of 2015 referred to Brian Setzer as a British guitar ace. Setzer is an American. Scrovegni Chapel: In the Dec. 20 Travel section, a photo of the Scrovegni Chapel accompanying an article about displays of...

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    Civil War: In the Dec. 20 Section A, the photo caption with an article about the role of African Americans in the Civil War identified the men pictured as A.M. Chandler, who fought on the side of the Confederacy, with "fellow slave" Silas Chandler. A.M. Chandler was not a slave; Silas was the Chandler...

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    Carpooling apps: In the Dec. 13 Business section, an article about carpooling apps said that RideWith had launched in Tel Aviv, which was described as Israel's capital. The capital is Jerusalem, though the United States and most other nations do not recognize it as such and maintain their embassies...

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    China Internet: In the Dec. 17 Section A, an article about China's World Internet Conference said that Wikipedia is blocked in the country. It is intermittently blocked. On the day the article was written, the English-language site was available, while the Chinese-language site was not.

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    LAPD bias complaints: In the Dec. 16 California section, a photo caption and display quote accompanying an article about biased-policing allegations against the LAPD gave Police Commissioner Robert M. Saltzman's middle initial as W.

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    Carpooling apps: In the Dec. 13 Business section, an article about carpooling apps said that RideWith had launched in Tel Aviv, which was described as Israel's capital. The capital is Jerusalem, though the United States and most other nations do not recognize it as such and maintain their embassies...

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    Golden Globe Awards: In the Dec. 11 Calendar section, an article about the Golden Globes nominations said the awards ceremony would be held Jan. 16. It will be held Jan. 10.

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    Gas leak: In the Dec. 8 California section, an article about Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer's lawsuit against Southern California Gas Co. over a Porter Ranch area leak said that the state Air Resources Board had reported that the leak was releasing roughly 50,000 kilograms of methane per hour...

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    San Bernardino attack: In the Dec. 4 California section, a column about the San Bernardino shootings said that the attack was the 355th multiple-death shooting in the country this year. It was the 353rd mass shooting in the U.S. this year, not all of which involved deaths. Grieving politicians:...

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    Cybersecurity start-ups: In the Nov. 29 Business section, an article about cybersecurity start-ups said that IronNet did not respond to several email requests for comment. In fact, the company did respond to one of those requests with this prepared statement: "IronNet's approach merges a team with...

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    Afghan TV show: In the Dec. 3 Section A, an article about the "Afghan Star" show misspelled Farid Taki's last name as Taqid and described Hafizullah Mohammadi as director of programming for Tolo TV. Mohammadi is the head of Kaboora Productions, a company that produces original programming for Tolo...

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    Charter donations: In the Dec. 2 Section A, an article about undisclosed donors to a charter schools association campaign committee erroneously attributed a statement to Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation spokeswoman Karen Denne, who had provided it to The Times. It was Gregory McGinity, Eli Broad's...

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    Newhall Ranch: In the Dec. 1 Section A, an article about the Newhall Ranch development referred imprecisely to a planned project in Tejon Ranch. While the ranch straddles the Los Angeles-Kern county line, the planned development is in Los Angeles County.

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    Cybersecurity start-ups: In the Nov. 29 Business section, an article about cybersecurity start-ups said that IronNet did not respond to several email requests for comment. In fact, the company did respond to one of those requests with this prepared statement: "IronNet's approach merges a team with...

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    Sumner Redstone: An article in the Nov. 28 Business section about a lawsuit challenging the mental competence of media mogul Sumner Redstone did not provide attribution for a passage that said ex-girlfriend Manuela Herzer made healthcare decisions on Redstone's behalf until she was expelled from...

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    "Miss Kay": In the Nov. 27 Section A, two photographs of Hayok Kay, a homeless woman in Oakland known as Miss Kay, were incorrectly credited to Amir Soltani. The front-page photo and one of Kay with a grocery cart should have been credited to Chihiro Wimbush/Dogtown Redemption. Equal pay: In the...

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    Pete Carroll versus UCLA: An article in the Nov. 25 Sports section said that USC football teams coached by Pete Carroll defeated UCLA in seven consecutive games, from 1999-2005. Carroll's teams won five in a row, from 2001-2005. Paul Hackett was USC's coach for the 1999 and 2000 victories. Mal Whitfield:...

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    Jim Perry: In the Nov. 25 California section, the obituary of Jim Perry, a former host of "Card Sharks" and other game shows, said that he worked in Armed Forces Radio during World War II. He did so during the Korean War. "Creed" review: In the Nov. 25 Calendar section, a review of the new movie...

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    "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...

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    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...

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    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...

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    Betsy Drake: In the Nov. 13 California section, the obituary of actress Betsy Drake stated that she and Cary Grant were married in Palm Springs. The 1949 ceremony took place in Arizona. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times' journalistic standards and...

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    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...

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    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. 12 Section...

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    House calls: In the Nov. 7 Saturday section, an article about doctors making house calls was accompanied by a photograph provided by the company Heal that identified the man pictured as Dr. Manny Celedon. After publication, Heal said that the person pictured was a model, Aryan Morgan, not Celedon....

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    Gunnar Hansen: In the Nov. 9 California section, the obituary of Gunnar Hansen, who played Leatherface in the original "Texas Chain Saw Massacre," referred to the character in one instance as Leatherneck.

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    Israel appointee: The headline of an article in the Nov. 6 Section A about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's newly appointed spokesman described Ron Baratz as a government aide. Baratz has been nominated but has not been confirmed.

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    Punjabi pumpkins: In the Oct. 31 Food section, an article about cooking pumpkin Punjab-style at Badmaash misspelled chef Pawan Mahendro's first name as Nawan. TiVo data: In the Nov. 6 Business section, a column about TiVo's use of customer data said that subscribers have no choice but to cancel...

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    Air marshals: In the Oct. 24 Section A, an article on questions about the future of the federal air marshal program referred to Robert MacLean as a former air marshal. MacLean is a current air marshal who was reinstated in May after being fired in 2006 in a whistleblower case. If you believe that...

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    India power plant: In the Oct. 15 Section A, an article about the impacts of a coal-fired power plant in India said that the village of Amlohri was two miles west of the Sasan plant. Amlohri is two miles west of a Sasan coal mine. Also, the article said that in May, the All India Power Engineers...

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    Coliseum upgrades: In the Oct. 30 California section, an article about proposed Coliseum upgrades said that USC had paid $6 million to upgrade the press box in 1995 and $93 million to repair damages from the Northridge earthquake in 1994. The press box was paid for by Coliseum Commission operating...

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    Carrie Brownstein: An article in the Nov. 1 Arts & Books section about musician-author Carrie Brownstein said she attended Reed College. She attended Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash. Urns: An article in the Oct. 31 Saturday section about urns gave an incorrect Web address for Chicago artist...

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    "Spotlight" actor: In the Nov. 1 Calendar section, an article about the cast of the film "Spotlight" and the real-life journalists they play misspelled actor Brian d'Arcy James' first name as Bryan. Flood insurance: In the Oct. 25 California section, an article about FEMA officials urging Californians...

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    Oyster festival: In the Oct. 26 California section, an article about an oyster festival at downtown's Grand Central Market said that the city of Montpellier was on the French Riviera. It is on the Mediterranean coast of France, west of the Riviera. Coliseum acoustics: In the Oct. 29 Section A, an...

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    Healthcare Watch: In the Oct. 15 Business section, a healthcare column gave the wrong Web address for the Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program, a free health insurance counseling program in California. The correct Web address is cahealthadvocates.org/HICAP/index.html

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    Hurricane Patricia: In the Oct. 26 Section A, an article about Hurricane Patricia said that Mexico's Tamaulipas state is on the country's western coast. It is on its eastern coast.

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    Jlin: An Oct. 24 Calendar section story about the Unsound festival in Krakow, Poland, mischaracterized the work that the artist known as Jlin (born Jerrilynn Patton) does at an Indiana steel plant. Jlin's job involves banding enormous rolls of steel for storage, not reconditioning steel drums. Flood...

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    Notorious RBG: In the Oct. 25 Arts & Books section, the introduction to an interview with the authors of a new book about Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that Shana Knizhnik created the blog that inspired the book with classmates. She created it herself. Theater openings: In the Oct. 18 Arts & Books section,...

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    "Khosara" lawsuit: In the Oct. 22 Calendar section, a Quick Takes item about a copyright infringement lawsuit against Jay Z and Timbaland said that the judge threw out the case before it reached trial. The judge dismissed the lawsuit during the trial but before it reached the jury. Billboard regulations:...

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    Justin Trudeau: In the Oct. 21 Section A, an article about newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau referred to him as a former senator. He was a member of the House of Commons, not the Senate. DWP bills: In the Oct. 22 California section, an article about a planned rate increase for...

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    Debt limit: In the Oct. 19 Business section, an article about the federal government's debt limit said that Standard & Poor's downgrade of the nation's credit rating in 2011 caused the Treasury Department to pay $1.3 billion more in borrowing costs that year, according to a Government Accountability...

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    Water disputes: In the Oct. 15 Business section, an article about legal fights over water systems included a quote from a California Court of Appeal decision about monopolists being unpopular and King George III's "chokehold" on government. A subsequent court order left the judgment in the case...

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    Broken Spanish review: In the Oct. 17 Saturday section, a review of the restaurant Broken Spanish said that its cocktail program is by Julian Cox. It is by Mike Lay. Classic Hollywood: In the Oct. 18 Calendar section, the Classic Hollywood feature about the upcoming show "Hollywood Home Movies:...

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    Jean Sharley Taylor: In the Oct. 14 California section, the obituary of journalist Jean Sharley Taylor said that she began working at the Arizona Republic in 1976 before joining the Los Angeles Times in 1971. She began at the Republic in 1967.

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    Democratic debate review: In the Oct. 14 Section A, a television review of the Democratic presidential primary debate identified the character Leslie Knope on NBC's comedy "Parks and Recreation" as mayor of Pawnee. The highest elected city office the character held was that of City Council member....

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    Box office results: In the Oct. 12 Calendar section, an article about the box office leaders for movies said that "The Martian" had already made back its production budget. It has not. Kevin Corcoran: In the Oct. 8 California section, the news obituary of actor Kevin Corcoran was accompanied by...

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    Big Ten: In the Oct. 4 Sports section, the college football conference report for the Big 10 said Michigan State had defeated Indiana, 24-21. Michigan State defeated Purdue. Marilyn Hudson: In the Oct. 4 California section, the obituary of civic leader Marilyn Hudson misidentified her husband's...

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    Marijuana TV: In the Oct. 7 Section A, an article about plans to create a TV channel devoted to marijuana referred to Michele Ross as a "self-professed pot doctor." Ross has a PhD in neuroscience. Car opera: In the Oct. 8 Calendar section, an article about "Hopscotch," the opera performed in moving...

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    Rabbi Jacob Pressman: In the Oct. 7 California section, the obituary of Rabbi Jacob Pressman, founder of Temple Beth Am, said that his son Joel Pressman died in 2014. It was 2013. Grace Lee Boggs: In the Oct. 7 California section, the obituary of 100-year-old activist Grace Lee Boggs gave her date...

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    Michael Shannon: In the Oct. 4 Calendar section, an article about actor Michael Shannon, who is in the new films "Freeheld" and "99 Homes," included a photograph of an actor portraying JFK on stage in Los Angeles in 2000. That actor was a different Michael Shannon. LinkedIn settlement: In the Oct....

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    "Purity" book review: In the Aug. 30 Arts & Books section, a book review of Jonathan Franzen's "Purity" quoted a passage from the novel as saying, "Only love, only long empathy and identification and compassion, can root another person in your heart so deeply there's no escaping your hatred of...

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    Kardashian fireworks: In the Oct. 3 California section, an article about Khloe Kardashian holding a fireworks show off Marina Del Rey said that the Los Angeles Fire Department issued a permit for the fireworks and that an LAFD captain monitored it. It was the Los Angeles County Fire Department...

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    "Red Oaks": In the Oct. 4 Calendar section, an article about the Amazon show "Red Oaks" quoted actor Paul Reiser as saying, "The only hard part is explaining to my 80-year-old mother how to watch it." Reiser said "mother-in-law," not "mother." India energy: In the Oct. 3 Section A, an article about...

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    Job growth: In the Oct. 1 Business section, an article about employment figures from Automatic Data Processing said that the September unemployment rate was forecast to hold steady at 8.1%. The rate is forecast to hold steady at 5.1%. Carpool lanes: In the Sept. 29 California section, an article...

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    Oregon shooting: In initially printed copies of the Oct. 2 Section A, an article about the shooting at a community college in Oregon referred to the attacker as a 20-year-old and said that authorities had provided no details about him. That was all that was known at the section's starting press...

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    Dodgers history: In the Sept. 29 Sports section, an item in the Dodgers Report said that in 1977 Dodgers reliever Elias Sosa injured his wrist and was unable to pitch in the playoffs that season. In fact, Sosa appeared in two league championship series games and two World Series games in 1977.

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    TV Highlights: In the Sept. 26 Calendar section, a photo caption with the TV Highlights misspelled the first name of actress Andie MacDowell as Andy. Solar energy: In the Sept. 27 Section A, an article about possible regulatory changes for residential solar systems said that Southern California...

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    Overrated/Underrated: In the Sept. 27 Calendar section, the Overrated/Underrated column referred to actress Taylor Schilling of "Orange Is the New Black" and "The Overnight" as Jennifer Schilling. Charter schools: In the Sept. 26 Section A, an article about new state test scores and charter schools...

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    Latino Catholics: In the Sept. 22 Section A, an article about the increasing presence of Latinos in the Catholic church said that the Catholic League and its president, Bill Donohue, were opposed to immigration reform. Neither has opposed immigration reform. Pope Francis: In the Sept. 25 Section...

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    Happy Birthday" song: In the Sept. 23 California section, an article about a federal judge throwing out copyright claims for "Happy Birthday" referred to it as a six-note song. The song is eight notes. Dallas Cowboys: In the Sept. 23 Sports section, a news roundup item about the Dallas Cowboys'...

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    NFL: In a column in the Sept. 22 Sports section about the problem of concussions in the NFL, a production error caused the last name of Dr. Ann McKee to be misspelled as McFee. Emmys: In the Sept. 21 Calendar section, a review of the Emmys telecast said that Allison Janney broke Ed Asner's record...

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    Ole Miss: In the Sept. 13 Sports section, an article about the week in college football said that Mississippi had scored 159 points in its first two games. Mississippi scored 149 points, in wins over Tennessee Martin and Fresno State. Don Henley concert: In the Sept. 20 Arts & Books section, an...

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    Alan Purwin: In the Sept. 18 California section, the obituary of helicopter pilot and entrepreneur Alan Purwin, who died in a Colombian plane crash Sept. 11, said the plane took off from San Francisco de Antioquia. The plane took off from Santa Fe de Antioquia. Also, Carlos Berl, the other man...

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    Sexual assault trial ruling: In the Sept. 17 California section, an article about a lawsuit brought by a student who alleges that the Los Angeles Unified School District was negligent in supervising a teacher who sexually assaulted her carried the headline "Court orders ex-L.A. teacher retried."...

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