Caring for parents: In the Feb. 6 Health section, an article about ways to help aging parents live safely in their own homes omitted the address for a website that contained a "Housing Safety Checklist for Older People." The address for North Carolina State's Family & Consumer Sciences website is http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/fcs/. To find the link to the checklist, click on the "Housing" tab.
Super Bowl: In the Feb. 6 Sports section, a headline on an article about the Super Bowl game said that Eli Manning had led the New York Giants to a Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots for the second time in five years. The two victories actually occurred over a four-year span, as the article noted. Also, a photo caption describing the game's final play misidentified the New England player jumping for Tom Brady's desperation pass as Rob Gronkowski (87). It was Aaron Hernandez (81).
NFL pensions: A column in the Feb. 4 Sports section about NFL benefits for retired players said that a fund had been set up that would provide about $124 a month for most of those players. The fund provides $124 a month times the number of years played.
Amgen Tour: An article in the Feb. 8 Sports section about the Amgen Tour of California cycling race said that Dave Zabriskie was the defending champion. Chris Horner won the 2011 race.
Hot Property: In the Feb. 5 Business section, an item in the Hot Property column about the sale of a Rudolph Schindler-designed home said that the house was in Silver Lake. The home is in Los Feliz, according to The Times' Mapping L.A. database.
"The Dead Celebrity Cookbook": In the Feb. 8 Calendar section, an article about "The Dead Celebrity Cookbook" said that the movie "Sunset Boulevard" begins with William Holden's character, Joe Gillis, "being shot dead before crashing into a pool." In fact, the shots and splash come at the end of the movie.
Glendale Pops: An article in the Feb. 8 Calendar section about the Glendale Pops Orchestra described Elissa Glickman as director of marketing and resource development. Her title is interim chief executive of Glendale Arts.
Robert Citron obituary: The obituary of aerospace entrepreneur Robert A. Citron in the Feb. 8 LATExtra section misspelled the last name of one of his sisters, Cathy Bilovsky, as Bilovkski.