For the record
“AfterMath”: A caption with a photo of actress Annie Potts in the June 5 Arts & Books section said her play “AfterMath” was at the Odyssey Theatre. The show originally opened at the Odyssey, but it’s now at the Matrix Theatre in Los Angeles through June 26.
Uncharted 3: An article in the June 7 Calendar section about employees at Naughty Dog Studios developing the game Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception identified the man in charge of producing the promotional trailer about the game as Travis Kurosawa. His name is Taylor Kurosaki.
Prince: An article in the June 2 Calendar section about Prince’s multiple-night stand at the Forum in Inglewood referred to the church that purchased the arena in 2000 as the Faith Central Bible Church. It is the Faithful Central Bible Church.
Kids Reading Room illustration: The illustration accompanying the story “Rosie’s Gift” on the May 29 Kids Reading Room page showed a Civil War soldier in a blue uniform. The uniform should have been gray because the story involved a Confederate soldier.
Iraq weaponry: An article in the June 7 Section A about attacks in Iraq that killed five U.S. soldiers and 14 Iraqis referred to 120-millimeter rockets. It should have said 122-millimeter rockets.
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