Ceramic artist: An article in the Jan. 3 Saturday section on ceramic artist Dora De Larios quoted her incorrectly on a series of artists she met after studying art in college. The quote should have read: "Through Gia, I met Nina Simone, Carmen McRae, Odetta, Judith Jamison." In addition, the article incorrectly listed a series of 2011 art exhibitions that included De Larios' work. It should have read: In 2011, De Larios' work was part of "Art Along the Hyphen: The Mexican-American Generation" at the Autry National Center and "Common Ground" at the American Museum of Ceramic Art, two of the Getty's "Pacific Standard Time" exhibitions on L.A. art from 1945 to 1980.
Hollywood sign: An article in the Jan. 4 California section on the opening of the hiking trail to the Hollywood sign misspelled superintendent of recreation and parks operations Joe Salaices' last name as Salacaise.
Oakland protests: An article in the Jan. 5 California section about a protest campaign called #BlackBrunch misspelled Lungomare, an Oakland restaurant where activists staged a demonstration Sunday, as Lungamore.
Larry Wilmore: An article in the Jan. 4 Calendar section about Larry Wilmore and his new Comedy Central program, "The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore," said that he and his family were relocating to New York. Wilmore has relocated, but his family is staying in California.
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