Gay conversion: An article in the July 1 LATExtra section on California's law banning mental health counseling aimed at converting minors from being gay to straight incorrectly said the prohibition has since been adopted in eight other states. Legislation has been introduced in eight other states, but it has been adopted only in New Jersey.
Soccer player: An article in the July 14 LATExtra section about 17-year-old Pico-Union resident Jerry Rivas and the Aztecas Futbol Club Los Angeles suggested that he joined a gang after he was recruited by the soccer team. Rivas had joined a gang before joining the soccer team but has since given up those activities.
Santo Toribio: A July 13 article in Section A about Southern California immigrants flocking to see a statue containing relics of Santo Toribio Romo Gonzalez identified Ed Benioff as the Los Angeles Archdiocese's director of the Office of New Evangelization. Benioff is also a Catholic priest.
Movie openings: The July 13 Calendar listing of forthcoming films included "Aftermath," a new thriller directed by Peter Engert, which was erroneously accompanied by a photo from a 2012 Polish film also called "Aftermath," directed by Władysław Pasikowski.
Theater reviewers: The Theater Beat reviews in the July 12 Calendar section omitted the writers' bylines. The review of "Twelfth Night" at the Griffith Park Free Shakespeare Festival was written by Philip Brandes. The review of "In the Boom Boom Room" at the Hudson Backstage Theatre in Hollywood was written by Margaret Gray.
Hot Property: The Hot Property column in the July 12 Business section on homes of athletes incorrectly said J.J. Stokes, the former UCLA Bruins wide receiver, was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the first round of the 2005 draft. Stokes was drafted in 1995.
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