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Regret the error: Yale is not 6000 miles above sea level

REGRET the error: Apart from that the NY Times story on Yale and Quinnipiac being local rivals was corrects.

Correction: April 12, 2013

 An article on Thursday about Yale and Quinnipiac’s reaching the semifinals of the N.C.A.A. men’s hockey tournament misstated the distance above sea level of Colorado Springs, where Yale played the last time it advanced to the national semifinals, in 1952. It is 6,000 feet, not 6,000 miles.

Such are the facts…

Posted: 13th, April 2013 | In: Reviews | Comment

South Park Correction of the day

THE New York Times regret the error:

An earlier version of this column misstated a plot point in “South Park.” While the character Kenny was once killed in every episode, that is no longer the case. The earlier version also misstated the circumstances of his repeated deaths. While he has met his fate in a variety of ways over the years, he was not routinely ‘ritually sacrificed’.”

The best newspaper apologies of 2012.

Posted: 29th, January 2013 | In: TV & Radio | Comment

Correction of 2013: West Wales is still not in England

CORRECTION of 2013. The Huffington Post:

Correction: An earlier version of this story mistakenly said that West Wales is located in England. In fact, it is located in Wales. 


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Posted: 9th, January 2013 | In: Reviews | Comment

Correction of the week: Peter O’Toole is getting better

CORRECTION of the week: The Irish Times has encouraging news for Peter O’Toole:

Spotter: @BrianNolan1974

Posted: 14th, October 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment

Correction of the Week – Carlo Padavani is John Travolta’s drugs baron

CORRECTION of the week in The Metro:

Several readers have pointed out that alleged crime lord Carlo Padovani (Metro Friday) is said to have modelled himself on Tony Montana, the fictional Cuban drug dealer played by Al Pacino in the 1983 movie Scarface – not Tony Manero, who was played by John Travolta in Saturday Nigh Fever. Metro strives for complete accuracy but, in the heat of meeting deadlines, mistakes do sometimes slip in.”

Posted: 2nd, April 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment