For the record
High school basketball: In Thursday’s Sports section, one of the photos accompanying an article about colleges’ signing basketball recruits identified the player pictured as Ray McCallum, who had been pursued by UCLA. The photo was of Jared Sullinger, another top prospect.
Deadmau5: An article in Friday’s Calendar section about the electronic music act deadmau5 said that Joel Zimmerman, the man behind the act, was from Niagara Falls, N.Y. He is from Niagara Falls, Canada.
Robert Cottle funeral: An article in Wednesday’s LATExtra section about the funeral on Tuesday for Los Angeles Police Officer Robert Cottle said his casket was transported in a horse-drawn carriage. It was carried on a mule-drawn wagon.
Audio movie descriptions: An article in Wednesday’s Calendar section about TheatreVision, a service that provides audio film narratives for blind movie-goers, said that the system was not commonly available in theaters but failed to mention that similar services can be widely found at some theater chains nationwide.
Disaster recovery: An article in Section A on July 5 about the disaster recovery industry cited court records naming Michael McKeel as an employee of Paramount Disaster Inc. The employee, who could not be located at the time, said in an interview last week that the correct spelling is Mekeel.
Freaknic: An article in Friday’s Section A about the Atlanta street party Freaknic said the tradition started in Washington, D.C. It was started in Atlanta by college students from the Washington area.
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