In the April 18 "Culturebox," Linda Hirshman originally misspelled Amy Tiemann and had a casing error in Women's e-News.
Due to an editing error, the April 17 " Faith-Based" mistakenly referred to "non-Passover seders" instead of Passover seders.
In the April 16 " Art," Mia Fineman stated that Takashi Murakami reportedly settled a lawsuit over use of one of his images for tens of thousands of yen. In fact, the settlement was reportedly in the tens of millions.
In the April 16 " Moneybox," Chadwick Matlin misidentified William Rhodes as Citigroup's vice president. He is Citigroup's senior vice chairman.
In the April 15 " Medical Examiner," Darshak Sanghavi incorrectly referred to a recent ad in the New York Times touting the anti-cancer benefits of sunscreen. The ad actually ran in magazines last year.
In the April 12 " Today's Papers," Jesse Stanchak originally stated that Abkhazia is a former Soviet-bloc country. It is considered a break-away region of the former Soviet-bloc republic of Georgia.
In the April 11 " Foreigners," a photo caption originally misspelled Tessa Jowell's name.
In the April 10 " Today's Blogs," Bidisha Banerjee misspelled the name of blogger Om Malik.
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