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For the record

January 22, 2011

Berlin museums night: An item in the Need to Know column in the Jan. 16 Travel section gave incorrect dates for the "Long Night of the Museums" event in Berlin. The event will be held only Jan. 29 and Aug. 27, not every weekend from Jan. 29 through Aug. 27.

Don Kirshner: The obituary of pop music mogul Don Kirshner in the Jan. 19 LATExtra section said he served as music supervisor on three Oscar-winning films and listed "To Sir With Love" as one of them. That film did not win an Academy Award.

Sundance Film Festival: A Jan. 20 Calendar section article about highlights at this year's Sundance Film Festival identified the director of the film "How to Die in Oregon" as Paul Richardson. His name is Peter D. Richardson.

Catwoman: A Quick Takes item in the Jan. 20 Calendar section about Anne Hathaway's being cast as Catwoman in "The Dark Knight Rises" said that the character had been played by Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt and Lee Meriwether on the 1960s TV series "Batman." Meriwether portrayed Catwoman only in the 1966 movie adaptation of the series.

Diabetes drinks: In the Jan. 17 Health section, an article about alternative remedies that purport to help diabetics regulate their blood sugar said that research results on one of the drinks, Sugar Crush, had been presented at a meeting of the American Diabetes Assn. Although a summary of the findings was published in a book of abstracts associated with the meeting, the findings were not presented at the meeting.

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