PGA Tour preview: An article looking at the upcoming professional golf tour in Thursday's Sports section said that AT&T, Accenture and Tag Heuer had dumped sponsorship deals with Tiger Woods in the wake of controversy. Tag Heuer still has its relationship with Woods but has scaled back his appearances in advertisements.
Lottery results: The Super Lotto Plus results in Friday's Section A said the information was for Wednesday, Jan. 10. The results were for Wednesday, Jan. 6.
Wilcots obituary: The obituary of cinematographer Joseph M. Wilcots in Friday's Section A did not include two of his sisters in the list of survivors. They are Imogene Henry and Angeline Lucas.
Venice West Cafe: An article in Thursday's Section A about an effort to designate as a landmark the site of the Venice West Cafe, a hangout for Beat Generation poets and artists from 1958 to 1966, said author Lawrence Lipton rued the cafe's passing in a 1965 Los Angeles Times article. Lipton rued the passing of the counterculture scene generally, not the passing of the cafe, which closed in 1966.
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