Corrections for the Week of April 18, 2012 

Job titles of Kayvan Sabeghi and Ramsay Bell Breslin, plus a missing photo credit.

Our April 11 news story "Cop Identified in Kayvan Sabeghi Beating?" erroneously stated that Sabeghi is a co-owner of Elevation 66 Brewing Company in El Cerrito. He left the business a few months ago, according to co-owner Brian Kelly.

In our April 11 Culture Spy, "Books as Artifacts," we incorrectly stated that Ramsay Bell Breslin is a founder of Kelsey Street Press. She is an editor and a member of the collective.

In the same issue, we failed to credit the photographer whose work appeared alongside our event preview, "A Seriously Silly Parade." It's Fletcher Oakes.

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