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August 06, 2013

Latasha Harlins: A review of the book "The Contested Murder of Latasha Harlins" in the Aug. 4 Arts & Books section said that then-15-year-old Harlins attended Westminster High School; she attended Westchester High.

Edward Sharpe: An article in the Aug. 3 Calendar section on Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros said the group's new album is being released by Mumford & Sons' Community Music/Vagrant label. It is being released in the United States by Community Music/Vagrant and in Europe by Mumford & Sons' Gentlemen of the Road label. Also, the song "Please" was misidentified as "Peace."

Millennials at home: An article in the Aug. 2 Business section about a growing number of young adults living in their parents' homes referred to a poll by TB Ameritrade Holding Corp. The company is TD Ameritrade Holding Corp.

Hollywood Bowl review: A review of a Los Angeles Philharmonic performance at the Hollywood Bowl in the Aug. 3 Calendar section misspelled the name of the lute known as a theorbo as theorebo.

Michael Ansara: In a news obituary of actor Michael Ansara in the Aug. 3 LATExtra section, the name of his first wife was misspelled as Jean Bryon. He was married to actress Jean Byron, who appeared on "The Patty Duke Show" and other programs.

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