Cubs defeat Dodgers, 5-0, to advance to World Series for first time since 1945

For the record

Mountain lion: An article in the April 14 California section about the discovery of the Griffith Park mountain lion P-22 under a Los Feliz house gave the wrong last name for a California Department of Fish and Wildlife patrol lieutenant. He is Marty Wall, not Williams.

Internment artifacts auction: In the April 17 Section A, an article about the withdrawal of Japanese American internment camp artifacts from auction referred to a Shinto shrine in Nancy Oda's home as a butsudan. A butsudan is a Buddhist shrine.

"Legends & Lies": In the April 16 Calendar section, an information box that accompanied an article about the show "Legends & Lies: The Real West" said that the Fox News Channel program did not have a rating. It's rated TV-MA.

Leonard Nimoy: In the April 16 Calendar section, a Picks item about an American Cinematheque weekend festival featuring the late actor-director Leonard Nimoy said that the film "Deathwatch" came out in 1996. It was 1966.

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