Gustavo Dudamel: An article in Saturday's Calendar section about Los Angeles Philharmonic music director Gustavo Dudamel pulling a muscle while conducting Thursday night said that the orchestra's coming national tour ends May 21. The tour ends May 22.
Kentucky Derby: Bill Dwyre's column in the May 2 Sports section on winning Kentucky Derby jockey Calvin Borel said that Looking At Lucky's odds, at 6.30-1, were the longest ever for a Derby favorite and that the next closest were those of Harland's Holiday at 6-1 in 2002. The horse's name was Harlan's Holiday.
L.A. Philharmonic review: A review in Saturday's Calendar section of the Los Angeles Philharmonic concert with Alisa Weilerstein on cello said that Gustav Mahler wrote his First Symphony in 1893 and Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky wrote Symphonie No. 6 "Pathetique" in 1894. Mahler's work was written in 1894 and Tchaikovsky's in 1893.
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