An article in today’s paper about a series of killings on Long Island nearly a decade ago misstated the status of Thomas J. Spota’s sentencing for conspiracy. He has been convicted, but has not yet been sentenced or served time in prison.
An article on Friday about the reissue of the Prince album “Sign O’ the Times” referred incorrectly to the gender identity of one of Prince’s alter-egos. Camille was male.
An article on Friday about art made by incarcerated people misstated the year the artist Ronnie Goodman was released from prison. It was 2010, not 2016.
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An article this weekend on Page 15 about Lenny Kravitz’s new memoir, “Let Love Rule,” refers imprecisely to Prince’s race. Both of his parents were African-American, he was not biracial.
An article this weekend on Page 4 about a mini-series based on former F.B.I. director James Comey’s memoir, misidentifies the surname of Mr. Comey’s wife. She is Patrice Comey, not Failor; Failor was her maiden name.
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