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  • Corrections for the Week of July 23

    The last name of Pathways to Resilience graduate Mark Tindall and the name of a heavily harvested fish.
  • Corrections for the Week of July 9

    Stacey Katz's professional affiliation and when Ronnie Spector performed during Burger Boogaloo.
  • Corrections for the Week of July 2

    Who is working on Berkeley's soda tax measure and the status of CDCR's new censorship regulations.
  • Corrections for the Week of May 7

    The year the Ogden memo was released, bans on marijuana growing, and ShotSpotter in Detroit.
  • Corrections for the Week of April 30

    The date when Berkeley city staffers' report on LAZ Parking will be completed and the relationship between drummer Phil Thompson and bassist Scott Thompson.
  • Corrections for the Week of April 16

    The number of affordable housing units that the Center for Investigative Reporting attributed to Richmond Village. Plus, clarifications on Thomas Steyer's investment in Neill Sullivan's REO Homes fund and Berkeley's parking plan.
  • Corrections for the Week of March 5

    Name of playwright, Negativland's current live lineup, and role of Shantelle Brumfield at Runway Style House.

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