For the record

Michael Jackson show: A Jan. 27 Calendar article about “Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour” said the singer’s siblings Randy and Jermaine Jackson had criticized the estate of Michael Jackson for supporting tributes to their brother such as the “Michael Forever” concert last October in Wales. The brothers did not, in fact, name the Jackson estate in their statement regarding the Wales tribute and the estate did not endorse the show.

Agency nightclub: A Jan. 27 Calendar article about the nightclub Agency said that Swedish House Mafia played the club’s opening party. It was actually two members of SHM, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, who played the party. The article also did not include the street artist Louis Carreon in the list of the club’s owners. Carreon is one of four owners of Agency.

Custom shirts: In the Jan. 29 Image section, an article about custom-made men’s dress shirts said that clothier J.Hilburn takes six measurements when fitting a dress shirt. Ten measurements are taken.

Box office chart: In the Jan. 30 Calendar, the chart that accompanied an article about how movies performed at the U.S. box office last weekend said that “Beauty and the Beast” had earned $141.1 million since its re-release in a 3-D format. The actual figure is $41.1 million.


“Elizabeth the Queen”: A review of Sally Bedell Smith’s book “Elizabeth the Queen” in the Jan. 9 Calendar section misspelled former British Prime Minister Edward Heath’s last name as Health.

Crossword puzzle: The crossword puzzle in the Jan. 30 Calendar section gave the clue for 28-Across as “2012 World Series champs, on scoreboards.” It should have read “2011 World Series champs.”

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