For the record: June 5

Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa: The photograph with Tuesday's Summer Hot List in Calendar about activities in Corona showed a couple taking a dip at Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa. The caption should have said the photo was from 2004.

NBA Finals streak: The Totally Random column in Tuesday's Sports section said that if the Orlando Magic were to lose the first game of the NBA Finals, the team would become the first to lose five consecutive games in the Finals, after being swept in its last appearance, 1995. In fact, the Lakers, in 2004 and 2008, and the Nets, in 2002 and 2003, also lost five in a row.

Cupcake recipe: A recipe for butter cupcakes in Wednesday's Food section omitted the oven temperature. The oven should be heated to 350 degrees.

Orlando general manager: Mark Heisler's column in Wednesday's Sports section about the resurgence of the Orlando Magic said that former Magic general manager John Weisbrod was also a former NHL player with the New York Rangers. Weisbrod briefly played in the International Hockey League but never played in the NHL or for the Rangers organization.

'Medea': A Quick Takes item in Thursday's Calendar section about a production of "Medea" for UCLA Live's 2009-10 season misspelled the first name of director Lenka Udovicki as Lenki.

Mountain lion: A California Briefing item in Section A on May 6 about a fight between a mountain lion and a dog reported that the incident occurred at a campground at Lake Elsinore. The Blue Jay Campground, where the incident occurred, is four to five miles west of Lake Elsinore.

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