For the record
Ashton Sweet memorial: In the June 7 LATExtra section, an article about the service for Ashton Sweet, a cheerleader killed in a car crash in Irvine, said about 300 people had attended. While the chapel at the Chinese Baptist Church of Central Orange County normally holds 300 people, scores more had crowded into overflow areas or stood outside, pushing the overall attendance to well over 500.
Proposed AT&T purchase: An article in the June 9 Business section about state regulators poised to investigate AT&T Inc.'s plan to buy T-Mobile USA said Google Inc. was among a number of high-tech companies that support the deal. In fact, Google has not taken a position publicly on the proposed merger.
Spider-Man satire: An article in the May 31 Calendar section about the Blank Theatre Company in Hollywood presenting a teenager’s satire of the Spider-Man musical on Broadway said the title of the new work was “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Lights.” The title is “Spider-Man: Turn on the Lights.”
Amy Poehler: An article about “Parks and Recreation” star Amy Poehler in the June 9 Envelope section said that Nick Offerman plays her boss on the show, Ron Hoffman. The character’s name is Ron Swanson.
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