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For the record

May 22, 2012

Bullet train: In an article in the May 14 Section A and another in the May 16 LATExtra section about construction costs for the California bullet train, the last name of Parsons Brinckerhoff construction expert John Popoff was misspelled as Popov.

Donna Summer: The obituary of singer Donna Summer in the May 18 LATExtra section described her self-titled 1982 album as her first for the Geffen Records label. Her first Geffen album was 1980's "The Wanderer."

Grand Canyon deaths: An article in the April 1 Travel section about the book "Over the Edge: Death in Grand Canyon" incorrectly reported the name of a man who killed himself by jumping from a helicopter over the Grand Canyon in 2004. The article called him Richard Clam; his name was Timothy George Clam.

"Don Giovanni": In the May 21 Calendar section, a review of "Don Giovanni" at Walt Disney Concert Hall said the "Catalog" aria of the Don's 1,003 conquests is performed at a slow tempo. It should have specified that it was the portion of the aria about the Don's 1,003 conquests in Spain that was done slowly.

Water Grill review: In the May 19 edition of Saturday, a review of Water Grill described restaurateurs Sam and Jeff King as brothers. They are cousins.

Sunny Spot review: In the May 19 edition of Saturday, a review of Sunny Spot restaurant in Venice did not include the restaurant's weekend brunch hours. It serves a brunch-only menu 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

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