In the March 23 "DVD Extras," Alan Moore's first name was initially misspelled.
In the March 23 "Movies," Grady Hendrix incorrectly stated that Malcolm X was the last Spike Lee movie to star Denzel Washington. Denzel Washington was later in the movie He Got Game.
In a March 20 "Today's Papers," Daniel Politi incorrectly stated that 72 percent of black men in their 20s who dropped out of high school were unemployed in 2004, which was an increase from 65 percent in the year 2000. The word "jobless" should have been used instead of unemployed. Unemployment figures take into account only those actively seeking for work, while jobless numbers include those who are not looking for work or are incarcerated.
In the March 20 "War Stories," Fred Kaplan originally misidentified the division that could have been deployed to Iraq from Texas; it was the 1st Cavalry Division, not the 2nd Armored Division.
In a March 17 "Highbrow," Meghan O'Rourke originally stated that DuBose Heyward was an African-American writer. In fact, he was a white novelist who wrote about African-Americans.