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SAT prep: In the June 2 Cal­i­for­nia sec­tion, an ar­ti­cle about new on­line tu­to­ri­als for SAT prepa­ra­tion mis­spelled the last name of Khan Academy founder Sal­man Khan as Kahn.

Gertrude Bell: In the May 31 Sum­mer Books sec­tion, an es­say about bold women in­cluded a 1910 photo of a woman who was misiden­ti­fied as Bri­tish ad­ven­turer Gertrude Bell. The woman’s iden­tity is un­known.

Mickey Rooney Mem­ori-

al Square: In the June 2 Cal­i­for­nia sec­tion, an ar­ti­cle about an L.A. in­ter­sec­tion be­ing ded­i­cated to Mickey Rooney quoted actress Mar­sha Hunt as say­ing that Rooney wrote a song called “I’ve got tears in my ears from ly­ing on my back and cry­ing my eyes out over you.” The ti­tle is “I’ve Got Tears in My Ears (From Lyin’ on My Back in My Bed While I Cry Over You),” and it was writ­ten by Harold Bar­low.

“Blunt Talk”: In the May 31 Cal­en­dar sec­tion, an arti- cle about the new Starz se­ries “Blunt Talk” said that it was ac­tor Pa­trick Ste­wart’s idea to make the lead char­ac­ter, Wal­ter Blunt, a vet­eran of the Falk­lands War. The idea ac­tu­ally came from writer-pro­ducer Jonathan Ames.

L.A. Phil­har­monic: In the June 2 Cal­en­dar sec­tion, a col­umn about the Next on Grand fes­ti­val re­ferred to an L.A. Phil­har­monic pro­gram for col­le­giate com­posers as the Na­tional Com­posers Ini­tia­tive. It is the Na­tional

Com­posers In­ten­sive.

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