For the record

AC/DC: In the April 9 Calendar section, an article about AC/DC, who will headline at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Friday, said that the song "It's a Long Way to the Top" is on the rock band's live set list. The song has not appeared on the band's recently published set lists.

Kaskade: In the April 8 Calendar section, an article about DJ and electronic dance music producer Kaskade, who will appear at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival this weekend, said that he first held a residency at Marquee in Las Vegas 2012. He also appeared at the club for a monthly residency in 2011.

Contaminated supplements: In the April 7 Business section, an article about a study showing that an amphetamine-like substance is present in a range of dietary supplements misstated two of the authors' academic affiliations. Clayton Bloszies is affiliated with Haverford College, not Harvard Medical School; and Caleb Yee is with UC San Francisco, not Haverford College.

Cold case: In the April 9 California section, an article about an arrest in the 1981 slaying of an Anaheim boy said that the suspect, convicted sex offender Kenneth Rasmuson, had taken the testosterone-reducing drug Lupor. The drug is Lupron.

Border patrol: In the April 9 Section A, an article about the Border Patrol's decreased use of firearms and other weapons on the southwest border referred to Vicki Gaubeca, director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Regional Center for Border Rights, based in Las Cruces, N.M., as a lawyer. She is an activist, not an attorney.

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