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For the record

January 20, 2013

Navajo power plant: In the Jan. 18 LATExtra section, an article about proposed modifications to the Navajo Generating Station said that the coal-fired power plant would be retrofitted with "scrubbers." That is not the correct term; the technology should have been described as Selective Catalytic Reduction. The article also said the goal was to reduce the plant's emissions to 28,500 tons per year. The goal is to reduce total emissions by 84%, an amount equal to 28,500 tons a year.

Singapore travel: In the Dec. 30 Travel section, the "If You Go" box with an article about Pulau Ubin in Singapore should have included EVA Air in a list of carriers offering connecting service to Singapore.

Chadwick Boseman: An article in the Jan. 13 Calendar section about actor Chadwick Boseman said that he was born in Brooklyn. The actor, who will portray Jackie Robinson in the film "42," was born in South Carolina and is currently based in Brooklyn.

Jane Yolen: A review of Jane Yolen's book "Curse of the Thirteenth Fey" in the Dec. 30 Arts & Books section said that Yolen has won the Caldecott medal. Her book "Owl Moon" did win a Caldecott, but it was for the illustrations by John Schoenherr.

Madonna mansion: A Hot Property item in the Jan. 13 Business section about Madonna putting her mansion in Beverly Hills up for sale said that the estate was 1.17 acres. The property was listed as 1.17 acres in the Multiple Listing Service, but that did not include additional land that was purchased separately, bringing the total to 1.25 acres.

V Squared Labs: In the Dec. 30 Arts & Books section, an article about the digital design firm V Squared Labs should have noted that Heather Shaw and her firm Vita Motus collaborated with V Squared Labs on design work in the stage sets of Amon Tobin and "American Idol," among others.

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