2019-06-24 by W.M.
Corrections: June 25, 2019
An article on Saturday about state climate change policies misidentified a Republican governor who was one of three vowing to uphold the Paris climate agreement. He is the governor of Vermont, not Puerto Rico.
An article on Saturday about Jane O’Meara Sanders misstated the given name of a Burlington College donor. She is Corinne Bove Maietta, not Corrine.
An item in “On This Day in History” on Friday about a Times article from 1945 misstated the title of former Emperor Akihito of Japan when he visited Okinawa in the 1970s. He was the crown prince; he was not yet the emperor.
An article on Friday about bone spurs in the necks of young people mischaracterized the pool of study participants whose X-rays were examined for bone spurs. Some, but not all, of the participants had neck trouble.
Because of an editing error, an article on Friday about decriminalization of marijuana in New York misstated the previous law governing smoking marijuana in public. It was considered a misdemeanor, not a violation, which is a lesser offense.
A report in the Digest on Saturday about a lawsuit over a fire that destroyed thousands of archived recordings misidentified one of the plaintiffs. A former wife of Tom Petty, who owns rights in some of his music, is suing; his estate is not a party to this lawsuit.
An article on Monday about independent bookstores misstated the surname of the owner of McNally Jackson Independent Booksellers. She is Sarah McNally, not Jackson.
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An article on Sunday about milestones in L.G.B.T.Q. history misstated the title of a novel by John Rechy. It is “City of Night,” not “City at Night.”
Because of an editing error, an article on Saturday about the University of Connecticut’s possible return to the Big East misstated the year the UConn men’s basketball team won its fourth national title. It was 2014, not 2015.
An article on Monday about the SailGP sailing race misstated the type of boat used in the race. It is an F50, not a GP50.
An article on Feb. 27 about a performance by Les Arts Florissants misidentified a dance student of Jean-Georges Noverre. He was Antoine Bournonville, not Antoine’s son, August Bournonville.
Because of an editing error, an obituary on Monday about the chemist George Rosenkranz misspelled the name of the town in California where Dr. Rosenkranz lived. It is Atherton, not Atheron.
Errors are corrected during the press run whenever possible, so some errors noted here may not have appeared in all editions.
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