Last Sunday, an article about a film production company specializing in teenage comedies misstated the first name of the 24-year-old who now manages a team of script readers. He’s Matt Sacca, not Will.
An article on maternal health in the United States last Sunday used an incorrect courtesy title for one of its authors, Jordan Downey. She’s Mrs. Downey, not Mr. Downey.
An image caption with the Scene City article last Sunday misidentified an artist at the Guggenheim International Gala. He’s Tavares Strachan, not Titus Kaphar.
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Last Sunday, an article on the musical “Flying Over Sunset” distorted the vaccination status of an understudy for the role of Archie Leach. The understudy had been vaccinated by the time the show premiered; he did not wait to be vaccinated.
An article last Sunday about looted items seized by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office misrepresented the age of Harihara’s statue. It dates from the 9th century AD, not the 8th century BC.
An article on page 28 this weekend about the risks associated with e-cigarettes is poorly indicative of which products have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. It has approved two tobacco flavored products. No menthol flavoring has been approved.
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