An article about road movies in today’s Travel section, which was printed in advance, misidentifies a cultural historian at the University of Southern California. He is Leo Braudy, not Leo Brundy.
A March 3 Metro article about a series of shootings on Wheeler Road SE misspelled the first name of D.C. Council member Trayon White Sr. (D-Ward 8).
A Best Bets item in the March 3 Weekend section incorrectly said that the Theaster Gates exhibit at the National Gallery of Art includes a library from a Chicago church. Only the marble floor in the library installation is from the church.
A concert preview in the March 3 Weekend section misidentified the go-go group Suttle as “Suttle Thoughts.” The band abbreviated its name last year.
A March 2 Style article about Generation Xers in middle age misstated when the film “Rosemary’s Baby” was released. It was released in 1968, not the late 1970s.
A Feb. 26 Travel article about a visit to Portuguese islands in the North Atlantic incorrectly said Madeira is part of the Azores.