ARTS & LEISURE
An article on Page 18 about the reopening of the newly expanded Museum of Modern Art omits the name of one of the architectural firms that collaborated on the museum’s expansion. It was planned by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler, not just by Diller Scofidio + Renfro.
The Q. and A. article last Sunday, about Herbert Seevinck, the chief executive of Mijksenaar, a wayfinding design firm, misstated the location of a project completed by the company at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. It was at the General Staff Building, not the Winter Palace.
An article last Sunday on the wedding of Christa Marie Orsino and Marcel Anthony Martino misstated the location of Francis Marion University, where the groom’s father was a professor. It is in Florence, S.C., not Marion, S.C.
The New & Noteworthy article on page 4 includes a book whose publication has been delayed. “You Don’t Know Me: The Incarcerated Women of York Prison Voice Their Truths,” edited by Wally Lamb, does not have a new publication date.
The Sketchbook feature on Sept. 22 misstated where two co-founders of Naiad Press lived in the 1970s. Barbara Grier and Donna McBride lived in Missouri; they never lived in Rehoboth Beach, Del. (Two other co-founders, Anyda Marchant and Muriel Crawford, did live in Rehoboth Beach.) The feature also referred incorrectly to a planned television interview that the Boston Archdiocese succeeded in blocking in 1985. It was supposed to be with both authors of “Lesbian Nuns: Breaking Silence,” not “with one co-author.”
An article on Sept. 15 about college enrollment referred incompletely to “tuition discounts.” The term applies to merit and need-based institutional aid, not just merit aid.
An article on Sept. 15 about Puerto Rico’s disappearing public schools referred incompletely to the types of lawsuits that Puerto Rico is protected from. The commonwealth is protected from lawsuits filed by creditors seeking repayment, not from any lawsuit. The article also described incorrectly an aspect of the Financial Oversight and Management Board. It has the authority to propose debt restructuring or cancellation plans to the federal judge in charge of overseeing Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy process; it cannot forgive or cancel Puerto Rico’s debt.
An article on Page 30 about the N.B.A.’s expansion efforts in India misstated a valuation. The N.B.A.’s business operations in China are valued at more than $4 billion, not the professional basketball league in China.
Errors are corrected during the press run whenever possible, so some errors noted here may not have appeared in all editions.