Corrections: October 30, 2021 – The New York Times
A Thursday article about Boston mayoral candidate Michelle Wu attributed the wrong distinction to her election to Boston city council. She was not the youngest person ever elected to the board. He also twisted the year she was first elected to the Council. Ms. Wu was 28 when she was elected in 2013, not 2012; Lawrence DiCara was elected at age 22 in 1971.
An article on coronavirus infections in children on Friday misstated the timing of a meeting in which Food and Drug Administration advisers discussed the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine in children ages 5 to 11. The meeting took place on Tuesday, October. 26, not the week before.
An article on page 4 about the New York mayoral candidates’ position on the issues misidentified the candidate who said, “I think we can save at least $ 500 million a year through strategic civilization of the United States. NYPD units. ” It was Eric Adams, not Curtis Sliwa.
An article published on TriBeCa’s art galleries on Friday incorrectly referred to Mother Gallery. He didn’t move from Beacon, NY He opened a new location in TriBeCa.
A theatrical review Thursday of The Wooster Group ‘s production of “The Mother” incorrectly indicated the end date of the performance of the play. We are November 20, not November 6.
A film review on “Bulletproof” on Friday misidentified a college in Missouri. It’s Woodridge Middle School, not Woodside Middle School.
ARTS & LEISURE
A picture caption with an article on page 8 about Abba misidentifies two of the band members. Bjorn Ulvaeus is on the left, not on the right, and Benny Andersson is on the right, not on the left.
SPECIAL SECTION: DESIGN
An article on page 2 this weekend at the Guild Gallery in New York, based on information from a publicist, incorrectly described the work that architecture and design firm Roman and Williams had done for Goop . The company designed two Goop stores, not the Goop offices.
Due to an editing error, a page 8 article this weekend about renovating an apartment in Paris incorrectly converts the measurement to half a square meter. It’s five square feet, not two.
An article on page 9 this weekend about designer delicatessen twists the status of the new Zucker’s deli location. It’s the second in Midtown Manhattan, not the first; there is also a location at 370 Lexington Avenue, near 41st Street. It also informs about the location of the grocery store Vicki Bodwell, an internet retailer, was talking about when she described its interior. She was talking about the TriBeCa location, not the Midtown location.
An obituary on Friday on psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi twisted at one point when he was born. As the obituary correctly noted elsewhere, he was born in Italy to Hungarian parents, not in Hungary.
A Thursday obituary on Arnold Hano, the author of “A Day in the Bleachers,” a book about the 1954 World Series opener, incorrectly referred to the circumstances in which Vic Wertz of Cleveland hit a long flying ball who was caught by Willie Mays. There was no withdrawal at the time, not a single one. Due to an editing error, the obituary also incorrectly indicated where Mr. Hano went to college. It was Long Island University in Brooklyn, not Queens. (There is no LIU campus in Queens.)
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