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'Conversion' therapy: An article in the Oct. 1 Section A about Gov. Jerry Brown's actions on legislation said that, in a veto message, he condemned therapy intended to turn gay teens straight. In fact, Brown denounced the practice in a statement issued after he signed into law a bill banning such "conversion" therapy.

Ireland: In the Sept. 30 Travel section, an information box accompanying an article about Ireland said that prices for a double room at Ashford Castle range from $114. That rate is per person. The article also said that the $486 airfare to Dublin, Ireland, included taxes and fees. It did not. The correct airfare, including taxes and fees, is about $1,000.

San Gabriel River: An article in the Sept. 30 California section about law enforcement along the East Fork of the San Gabriel River misspelled the last name of the manager of Camp Williams Cafe. His name is Mark Yelton, not Yeltsin.

"Don Giovanni": A caption with a photo in the Sept. 30 Arts & Books section listings said that the image was from LA Opera's current production of "Don Giovanni." It was from the Los Angeles Philharmonic's production of that opera in May.

Diavolo: A caption in the Oct. 1 Calendar section with a photo of the troupe Diavolo said that the scene pictured was from "Transit Space." It was from "Trajectoire."

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