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• An Aug. 31 Metro article about l the dismissal of a lawsuit that sought to limit how bookstores and public school libraries could distribute two books to minors used incorrect pronouns for author Maia Kobabe. Kobabe uses “e/em/eir” pronouns.

• A Sept. 2 Sports article about a l high school football game the previous day between West Springfiel­d and Edison incorrectl­y said that West Springfiel­d defensive back Timmy O’brien made an intercepti­on on the first play. Teammate Joey Blumberg, a safety, made the intercepti­on.

• An article in this weekend’s l Washington Post Magazine, which was printed in advance, about visiting the lost Aral Sea misspells the name of a festival in Moynaq, Uzbekistan. It is Stihia, not Sithia.

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