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For the record

Shakespeare: An Oct. 6 Calendar article on Brian Stokes Mitchell said the singer and actor had appeared in the Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park production of "Two Gentlemen of Verona." Rather, he had appeared in "Much Ado About Nothing."

Lipstick: In the Oct. 5 Image section, an article about lipstick trends said the Nars Audacious Lipstick collection has 12 colors. It has 40.

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Paul Revere obituary: In the Oct. 6 LATExtra section, the obituary of Paul Revere, founder of the rock band Paul Revere and the Raiders, said Revere and Mark Lindsay wrote their 1965 hit "Just Like Me." The song is credited to Richard Graham Dey and Roger Hart.

Hostage shot: In the Oct. 1 LATExtra section, an article about a man allegedly held hostage at knifepoint by his roommate and later shot by a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy misstated that the man testified he had been watching an NBA finals game on TV shortly before he was held hostage. He testified he had been watching an NBA playoff game.

Central American refugees: In the Oct. 3 Section A, a headline accompanying an article about a U.S. plan to allow citizens of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador to seek U.S. refugee status from their home countries stated that they "can now" apply for the program. As the article noted, the State Department will begin accepting applications by the end of December.

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