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
State Supreme Court: In the Jan. 21 California section, an article about two new California Supreme Court justices included biographies and photos of the court's seven justices. The photos of longtime Justices Kathryn Mickle Werdegar and Carol A. Corrigan were transposed.
Climate research: In the Jan. 17 Section A, an article about 2014 being the hottest year on record said that the National Climatic Data Center is a NASA facility. It is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Community colleges: In the Jan. 21 California section, an article about community colleges that received initial approval to offer four-year degrees misspelled the last name of Glendale Community College President David Viar as Vicar.
Hospital safety: In the Jan. 18 Business section, a photo caption with an article about performance data on California hospitals misspelled the last name of Dr. Robert Kolanz as Kolang.Read more
Gun control: In the Jan. 20 California section, an article about gun-control efforts by Richard Martinez reported that his son and five others were shot to death last year in a rampage in Isla Vista. Christopher Ross Michael-Martinez and two others were shot; three others were stabbed to death.
State of the Union: In the Jan. 20 Section A, an article about President Obama's State of the Union address identified the president of the Alliance for American Manufacturing as Scott Gold. His name is Scott Paul.
Skid row doctor: In the Jan. 14 California section, an article about medical care for skid row residents misspelled Matthew Doherty's last name as Dougherty. The article also misidentified the federal agency for which he serves as director of national initiatives. It is the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness, not Homeless.
Trending 140: In the Jan. 18 Arts & Books section, an article about Billboard's new Trending 140 chart refered to the rap group Migos as an individual rapper.Read more
Aero Theatre: A Jan. 18 Calendar article on the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica referred to the theater's manager as Amelia Jordan; her full name is Amelia Jordan Hammond. The article misspelled the name of theater programmer Grant Moninger as Moniger. And Moninger, not Hammond, runs the theater's Halloween Horrorthon.Read more