"Duck Dynasty": An article in the March 10 Calendar section about the Robertson family, the stars of the cable show "Duck Dynasty" on A&E, said family patriarch Phil Robertson played quarterback ahead of football star Terry Bradshaw at Louisiana State University. Both played for Louisiana Tech University. Also, the middle name of A&E's senior vice president of nonfiction and alternative programming, Elaine Frontain Bryant, was misspelled as Fountain.
Beach bonfires: An article on beach fire rings in the March 7 LATExtra section said the South Coast Air Quality Management District would meet in May to consider whether the rings should still be exempted from the state's regulations on wood-burning devices. The agency will meet to consider its own regulations of the fire rings, but because it is a regional agency, its rules do not have authority statewide.
Padres on TV: In the March 10 California section, an article about the impasse between Fox Sports San Diego and Time Warner Cable over broadcasting Padres games said Time Warner Cable cut a deal with Fox over broadcasting Dodger games. Fox is not involved in the Time Warner Cable deal involving the Dodgers.
Dodgers: A column on Dodgers General Manager Ned Colletti in the March 10 Sports section said Colletti was general manager of the San Francisco Giants before coming to the Dodgers. Colletti was assistant general manager with the Giants.
Z Zegna: An article in the March 10 Image section about Z Zegna's new Beverly Center store said parent company Ermenegildo Zegna is 113 years old. The company is 103 years old.