Medicare: An article in the Nov. 29 Health section on Medicare Advantage plans said that enrollees who wanted to shift back to original Medicare during open enrollment (Jan. 1 to Feb. 14) would not be guaranteed enrollment in a Medicare Part D plan, which provides drug benefits. Enrollees who drop a Medicare Advantage plan can enroll in original Medicare with a Part D plan during open enrollment. The article also said that the Health Assistance Partnership works with state programs on Medicare education. That group no longer performs this duty. Instead, individuals can directly contact their State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) office.
Undocumented law grad: In his column in the Nov. 26 Section A, Hector Tobar wrote that his subject, Luis Perez, the first undocumented immigrant to graduate from UCLA's law school, planned to take the bar exam in January. The next testing dates for the California bar are in February.
UCLA football: In his column in the Nov. 27 Sports section, T.J. Simers wrote that UCLA's football team would draw a break next season, replacing Oregon and Oregon State on the schedule with Utah and Colorado. In fact, the Bruins are scheduled to play Oregon State on Sept. 24 at Corvallis.
Farm communities: In an article in the Nov. 29 Section A on new home developments built around organic farms, the first name of Daron Joffe, who has helped design farm developments, was incorrectly given as Devon.
Jimmy Fallon: An article about "Late Night" television host Jimmy Fallon in the Nov. 28 Calendar section said the show's ongoing parody of vampire dramas is called "Burned." The title is "Suckers."
Pacific Chorale: In the classical music listings in the Nov. 28 Arts & Books section, a notice about a performance of "Pacific Chorale: Christmas with the John Alexander Singers" gave the wrong address for the event. It is scheduled for Dec. 3 and 4 at St. Mark Presbyterian Church, 2200 San Joaquin Hills Road, Newport Beach.