For the record
Chamber singers listing: An item in the classical music lists in the June 26 Arts & Books section said that the Los Angeles Chamber Singers & Cappella would be performing Wednesday at Vibiana in Los Angeles and Friday at St. Cross Episcopal Church in Hermosa Beach. Those concerts occurred last week.
“Cars 2": In the June 19 Calendar section, an article about “Cars 2" director John Lasseter erred in referring to one of the car characters as “Jethro Clampett-like.” The character Jethro in “The Beverly Hillbillies” was a Bodine, not a Clampett.
New World F.E.S.T.: The Guide in the June 26 Calendar section listed an event called the New World F.E.S.T. as taking place June 24-26 in Santa Monica. The event has been rescheduled and will take place Oct. 7-9.
Debit card fees: An article in the June 25 Business section about changes in bank policies governing debit cards said Bank of America no longer processes debits in the order of largest to smallest. In fact, it does reorder transactions so the largest is paid first on certain types of account withdrawals, including automated debits to pay recurring bills. It declines one-time debit-card purchases if the transaction would overdraw the account.
Buddy Holly tribute album: An article in the June 28 Calendar section about a new Buddy Holly tribute album identified “Peggy Sue” as the singer’s first hit. “That’ll Be the Day” was the song with which Holly debuted on the national sales chart in 1957.
Electric Daisy Carnival: In the June 27 Calendar section, a Critic’s Notebook on the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas misidentified the promoter as Insomnia. The name of the company is Insomniac Events.
“SVU” casting: In a Quick Takes item in the June 28 Calendar section, the last name of actress Kelli Giddish of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” was misspelled as Gaddish.
CalPERS legal costs: An article in the June 28 Business section about an $11-million legal bill paid by the California Public Employees’ Retirement System omitted the first name and title of state Treasurer Bill Lockyer, who sits on the CalPERS Board of Administration.
Randall Dale Adams: The headline on the obituary of Randall Dale Adams in the June 27 LATExtra section said he died in 2011. Adams, the former death row inmate who was freed after flaws in his conviction for the murder of a Dallas policeman were exposed in the documentary “The Thin Blue Line,” died Oct. 30, 2010, as the obituary noted.
Dodgers creditors: An article and chart in the June 28 Sports section identifying the Dodgers’ 40 largest creditors should have referred to those individuals and entities as unsecured creditors.
Major League Baseball: In the June 27 Sports section, the introduction to the box score for the previous day’s game in which the Seattle Mariners defeated the Florida Marlins, 2-1, said Seattle, playing as the visiting team on its home field, salvaged one win in a three-game series. The Mariners won on June 24 and thus had two wins in the series.
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