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May 13, 2011

Union investigation: An article in Thursday's LATExtra section about prosecutors' dropping charges against a union official accused of stealing a laptop computer incorrectly summarized a statement from Jane Robison, a spokesman for Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley's office. Robison said the president of the Engineers and Architects Assn. refused to speak to police investigators, not to the D.A.'s prosecutors.

Film screening: The Screening Room column in the May 12 Calendar section said that "Road to Nowhere," Monte Hellman's first film in 21 years, would have its L.A. premiere Sunday at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. The screening is Saturday at 7:30 p.m.

Villa Riviera: A May 7 Home section article about the restoration of the Villa Riviera condominium building in Long Beach said it was the city's first steel-frame structure and the only Long Beach building taller than three stories in the city to survive a 1933 earthquake. Villa Riviera was not the first steel structure, and a few other structures taller than three stories also survived the earthquake.

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