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December 08, 2009

Pearl Harbor: An article in Sunday's Section A about veterans' recollections of Dec. 7, 1941, said the light cruiser Detroit was dry-docked during the Pearl Harbor attack. It was in the harbor at the time of the attack and immediately afterward sailed out to sea to hunt for the retiring Japanese carrier force.

Todd Rundgren: In Monday's Calendar, a review of Todd Rundgren's Friday concert at the Orpheum said he sang "Does Anybody Love You?" Kasim Sulton sang it.

Old Globe: An article in Saturday's Calendar section about the Old Globe theater complex in San Diego quoted executive producer Louis G. Spisto as saying that no seat in the new Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre was more than 12 feet from the stage. No seat is more than 16 1/2 feet from the stage.

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