Boy's death: A column in the June 8 Section A about the death of a Palmdale boy allegedly tortured and killed by his mother and her boyfriend, as the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services was investigating allegations of abuse, incorrectly referred to the child as Gabriel Hernandez. His name was Gabriel Fernandez.
National security leaks: An article in the June 10 Section A about national security leaks incorrectly described Bradley Manning as a former Army intelligence officer. He is a former intelligence analyst who is an enlisted soldier, not an officer.
Peter Rainer: An information box accompanying an interview with film critic Peter Rainer in the June 10 Calendar section said that he would be appearing at Vroman's Book Store in Pasadena on Wednesday. Rainer's appearance at Vroman's is scheduled for June 19.
Tony women: An article in the June 10 Calendar section about women winning directing honors at the Tony Awards stated that Diane Paulus and Pam MacKinnon were the four and fifth women to win Tonys for directing. It omitted the 2008 winner for best direction of a play, Anna Shapiro for "August: Osage County," making Paulus and MacKinnon the fifth and sixth female Tony-winning directors.
Tony Awards: An article in the June 10 Calendar section about the Tony Awards misidentified Courtney B. Vance, who won the Tony for featured actor in "Lucky Guy," as an actress.
"Louie": The Gold Standard column in the June 6 Envelope section said the Louis C.K. show "Louie" airs on HBO. The comedy appears on the FX channel.
Sunset Strip: An article in the June 9 Arts & Books section about music on the Sunset Strip misidentified Todd Steadman, executive director and chief executive of the Sunset Strip Music Festival, as Scott Steadman.
School bonds: An article in the June 3 Section A about the influence of underwriters in school bond campaigns gave an incorrect name for one of the authors of a study of California school bond measures. He is Thad Calabrese of NYU, not Chad Calabrese.