July 18, 2002

An article in yesterday's Today section about the album Vietnam the Aftermath gave the wrong date for a performance by musician Sonny Fortune. He will appear at 4 p.m. Aug. 11 at the New Haven Lounge, 1552 Havenwood Road.

An article in yesterday's editions misstated the Living Classrooms Foundation's role at Fort McHenry. The foundation is affiliated with the Patriots of Fort McHenry, which stages events and helps raise money for the national monument. The fort is run by the National Park Service.

In yesterday's sports section, an article about the British Open incorrectly stated that Tiger Woods would become the first golfer to win the Masters, U.S. Open and British Open in the same calendar year should he win the 2002 British Open. In 1953, Ben Hogan won the three tournaments.

An article in some editions of Tuesday's Sun about a fatal three-car accident in Howard County misspelled the last name of Tiffani Rose Wiberg.

In Monday's Today section, an incorrect date was provided for the final performance of the Baltimore Shakespeare Festival's production of Cyrano de Bergerac. The run ends July 28.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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