ARTS & LEISURE
An article on Page 9 this weekend about six podcasts targeted on political scandals and upheaval refers incorrectly to the manufacturers of “The Fault Line: Bush, Blair and Iraq.” They are Somethin’ Else and Sony Music Entertainment, now not the BBC.
An article on Page 4 this weekend concerning the bodily and emotional dangers theater performers face misstates the title of a company serving to to form performances of bodily touch onstage. It is Intimacy Directors & Coordinators, now not Intimacy Directors & Choreographers.
An article on Page 13 this weekend about 5 vintage sci-fi summer time motion pictures from 1982 misstated which Philip Ok. Dick paintings “Blade Runner” used to be tailored from. It used to be tailored from Dick’s novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” now not from one among his brief tales.
An article on Page 8 this weekend about New York’s youngster punk bands within the Seventies misstates the title Arthur Brennan followed when he ran away to New York City to enroll in a band. It used to be Darvon Staggard, now not Darvon Stagger.
A assessment on July 24 about “A Way Out of No Way,” via Senator Raphael G. Warnock of Georgia, misspelled the given title of the opposite United States senator from Georgia. He is Jon Ossoff, now not John.
An article remaining Sunday about seasonal Native American celebrations and competitions around the nation incorrectly described Grand Entry. It is the start of the contest, now not the start of the season.
Because of an modifying error, the On the Market characteristic remaining Sunday misspelled the surname of a contributing reporter. She is Claudia Gryvatz Copquin.
An article on July 31 about fracking misstated the kind of businesses that funded America’s fracking increase. They have been private-equity corporations, now not venture-capital corporations.
Errors are corrected all over the clicking run on every occasion imaginable, so some mistakes famous right here would possibly not have seemed in all editions.