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For the record

Threat to ‘South Park’ creators: An article in Friday’s Section A about the Comedy Central network’s response to an online threat by radical Muslims made against “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone said a clip of an interview with Parker and Stone was posted on the website boingboing.com. The correct address for the site is boingboing.net.

Domestic violence grant: The headline on a brief article in Thursday’s LATExtra section said that the Los Angeles city attorney’s office had received a $1.1-million federal grant to combat domestic violence. The grant was received by the mayor’s office on behalf of the city, including the city attorney’s office and the Los Angeles Police Department.

Gustavo Dudamel: An article about Gustavo Dudamel in Sunday’s Calendar section referred to the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s tour “this summer,” which the article said would conclude the Phil’s current season. The tour will run May 10 to 21, after which the philharmonic will perform three more concerts at Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Bruce Karatz: An article in Friday’s Business section about the legal strategy of former KB Home Chief Executive Bruce Karatz after his conviction on fraud charges said the company earned $11billion in 2006. KB Home reported $11 billion in revenue, not earnings, for that year.

Keith Elam obituary: The obituary in Wednesday’sLATExtra section of Keith Elam, a rapper known as Guru, said he had been suffering from melanoma. He had multiple myeloma.

Lethal fungus: An article in Friday’s Section A about a potentially lethal fungus said four human cases had been reported in California. Three cases have been reported in the state.

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