For the record
Harvey Milk: In the May 23 LATExtra section, an article about Orange County supervisors’ declining to recognize the birthday of slain gay-rights activist Harvey Milk said that Supervisor Janet Nguyen left the meeting room as speakers urged the board to issue a proclamation honoring Milk. Nguyen left the room immediately after they spoke.
“Route 66": In the May 21 Calendar section, the Classic Hollywood column about the 1960s TV series “Route 66" said that George Maharis returned to the show after a bout of hepatitis because a person identified in the column as Gordon told him the series would be canceled otherwise. That person should have been identified as series co-creator Herbert B. Leonard.
Disney ranch: An article in the May 23 Business section about Walt Disney Co.'s plan to further develop Golden Oak Ranch for film production said that the property was in northeastern L.A. County. It is in the northwestern part of the county.
Kings-Coyotes: An article in the May 23 Sports section about Game 5 of the NHL playoff series between the L.A. Kings and the Phoenix Coyotes said that the Kings received the Colin Campbell Bowl for winning the Western Conference championship. It is the Clarence Campbell Bowl.
Pharcyde: An article about the hip-hop group Pharcyde in the May 22 Calendar section misidentified rapper Tre “Slimkid3" Hardson as Tre “Slimkid” Harrison. It also misspelled the nickname of Derrick “Fatlip” Stewart as “Fatflip.”
NBA playoffs: A column in the May 22 Sports section about physical play in the NBA playoffs misspelled the last name of retired Boston Celtics player Jim Loscutoff as Luscutoff.
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