Physics teacher: An April 29 article in Section A about Amir Abo-Shaeer, a physics teacher at Dos Pueblos High School in Goleta, said he was the first high school teacher to receive a MacArthur Foundation "genius" grant. Tommie Lindsey, a forensics coach at James Logan High School in Union City, Calif., was a recipient in 2004.
Product placement: An article about product-placement guru Norm Marshall in the April 21 Calendar section said that "The Office" featured product placement from Dunkin' Donuts. It featured product placement by Hostess.
"Happy Endings": A review of the TV series "Happy Endings" in the April 13 Calendar section misspelled the first name of the actress who plays the character Alex. Her name is Elisha Cuthbert, not Eliza.
"Art in the Streets": An article in the April 28 Calendar section about Roger Gastman's role as associate curator of the "Art in the Streets" exhibition at L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art misspelled the first name of Kaywin Feldman, president of the Assn. of Art Museum Directors, as Kaylin.
Jewelry designers: In the April 24 Image section, an article about L.A. jewelry designers referred to Irit Ehrlich's firm as Irit Designs. The name is Irit Design.
NFL draft: An article in the April 29 Sports section about the Dallas Cowboys drafting USC offensive tackle Tyron Smith reported that the Cowboys had not drafted a USC player since 2004, when they selected offensive tackle Jacob Rogers in the second round. It should have said the Cowboys hadn't drafted a USC lineman since 2004; Dallas drafted USC kicker David Buehler in 2009.