Clean-fuel shipping rules: An article in the June 24 LATExtra section about decisions by the California Air Resources Board regarding clean-fuel rules for oceangoing vessels erred in stating that air board officials acknowledged that 2% of vessels using the lowest-sulfur fuel have experienced propulsion failures. The correct figure is 0.2%.
"The Interlopers": A theater review in the June 24 Calendar section was accompanied by a photo whose caption referred to the work in question as Jim Fall's "The Interlopers." As the review noted, Fall is the play's director. Gary Lennon is the playwright.
Clarence Darrow book: A review of the book "Clarence Darrow: Attorney for the Damned" in the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition gives an incorrect first name for the author. He is John Farrell, not James. The error was discovered after the section went to press.
Crystal Cathedral: An article in the June 19 Section A about the success of the Latino ministry at the Crystal Cathedral said that Pastor Dante Gebel's services were broadcast widely throughout the U.S. and the Spanish-speaking world on the Telemundo network. They are broadcast by Telemundo in the U.S. but in other countries by Enlace TBN, Gebel's office says.
Libya: A headline in the June 25 Section A on an article about fighting in Libya's western mountains said "Libyan's western front joins battle." It should have said "Libya's western front joins battle."
Galaxy soccer: An article in the June 19 Sports section about the Galaxy's 3-1 victory the day before over the Colorado Rapids misspelled the last name of a Galaxy player who scored a goal. The player is Chad Barrett, not Barnett.