Corrections

September 07, 2006

A brief on the Arts page in today's LIVE! lists the wrong opening date for Geppi's Entertainment Museum. It opens to the public tomorrow.

In an article in Monday's Sun about a new dorm and other development near the Johns Hopkins University, the name of Paula Burger, dean of undergraduate education, was misspelled.

An article in the Aug. 31 editions about a Baltimore County judicial candidate who is a witness in an upcoming city trial should have listed the criminal charges facing Natasha Huber: solicitation to commit murder, solicitation to commit first-degree assault and telephone misuse.

An article in Monday's editions about Baltimore's Irish festivals incorrectly identified who gave the following quotes:

"I just don't get it. Baltimore City stops at Gittings Road to the north. Where's the other festival? Timonium. It's as simple as that."

"Why don't they call theirs the Maryland State Fair Irish Festival? I don't understand that."

Those comments were made by Deputy Mayor Dominick Murray.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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