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September 24, 2013

Katy Perry: In the Fall Arts Highlights for pop music in the Sept. 15 Arts & Books section, Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" album was said to have tied Michael Jackson's "Thriller" for the most No. 1 singles from one album. The Jackson album that Perry's album tied was "Bad."

Anna Gunn: An article in the Sept. 23 Calendar section about Anna Gunn of "Breaking Bad" winning her first Emmy Award said Bobby Cannavale of "Boardwalk Empire" was among the other first-time winners Sunday night. Cannavale's win was his second, having been honored in 2005 for a guest appearance on "Will & Grace."

Jerry Bruckheimer: An article in the Sept. 21 Business section about the conclusion of the partnership between producer Jerry Bruckheimer and Walt Disney Co. attributed the "Shrek" movie series to Pixar Animation Studios. The "Shrek" movies were produced by DreamWorks Animation.

"Hostages": A review of the new television series "Hostages" in the Sept. 23 Calendar section identified Jeffrey Nachmanoff as the creator of the CBS series. It was developed by Alon Aranya and Nachmanoff and based on an upcoming Israeli series by Omri Givon and Rotem Shamir.

"Carmen": A review in the Sept. 23 Calendar section of Los Angeles Opera's "Carmen" identified the chorus as being singers of the Los Angeles Master Chorale. The chorus was the L.A. Opera Chorus.

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