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April 27, 2012

Noguez investigation: An article in the April 26 Section A about searches in a dozen locations connected with the corruption probe of Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez included a photo caption that said investigators were carrying files and hard drives taken from Noguez's residence. The photo showed materials being removed from the assessor's Culver City satellite office.

Carole King: A review of Carole King's memoir "A Natural Woman" in the April 25 Calendar section referred to her "practical Queens childhood." She grew up in Brooklyn.

"The Convert": In the April 25 Calendar section, a review of "The Convert" at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City said that entire scenes of the play are performed in the Shona dialect. Shona is a language, not a dialect, spoken in Zimbabwe.

Herbie Hancock: An interview with Herbie Hancock in the April 25 Calendar section said that the International Jazz Day celebration would begin Monday with a sunrise concert that is part of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. In fact, it begins with a sunrise concert at Congo Square in New Orleans' Louis Armstrong Park, a concert that is unaffiliated with the Jazz Festival.

Newport Beach Film Festival: An April 26 Calendar section article about the Newport Beach Film Festival described the play "Jewtopia," which has now been adapted into a film, as a two-man stage show. The play centers on two male characters, but other characters appear in the production.

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