Female surrealists: A photo caption with the art review of "In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artists in Mexico and the United States" in the Jan. 31 Calendar section said that Gina Glascock-Broze was the artist of "Double Portrait of the Artist in Time." The work is by artist Helen Lundeberg.
Fitness equipment: An article in the Jan. 23 Health section on equipment for body weight exercises done while pulling on overhead ropes or straps did not make it clear that the phrase "suspension training" is a registered trademark of Fitness Anywhere, makers of one of the reviewed products, the TRX Suspension Trainer.
Jesse James: An article about custom motorcycle builder Jesse James in the Dec. 5 Calendar section said that he had donated part of his West Coast Choppers complex to the Long Beach Rescue Mission. The transaction was a sale, not a donation.
Hair loss: In the Jan. 29 Image section, an article about options for those who are balding said that Propecia is a topical treatment for baldness. It is a medication that is taken orally.
2012 Vacation Guide: An article in the Jan. 29 Travel section about places to visit in 2012 said that the Hawthorne neighborhood of Portland, Ore., is home to Reed College. The college is about three miles south of Hawthorne, in Portland's Eastmoreland neighborhood.
Fox and the Muppets: An information box in the Jan. 31 Calendar section listing highlights on The Times' website said that the Muppets were striking back against a Fox News report that questioned whether the Jim Henson creations were brainwashing children. The report was on Fox Business News.
"Death Comes to Pemberley": In the Jan. 15 Arts and Books section, a review of P.D. James' novel "Death Comes to Pemberley" misspelled the name of Darcy's sister Georgiana as Georgina.