Corrections for the Week of January 19 

Oakland's gang injunction and Sydney Metrick's experience

Corrections

The January 5 cover story, "Legal Limbo," erroneously stated that one person had been convicted of violating the North Oakland gang injunction. According to city attorney spokesman Alex Katz, no one has.

In our January 12 Careers and Education story, "The Business of Art," we mischaracterized Sydney Metrick's experience. Her doctorate is actually in Expressive Arts Therapy, not psychology, though she does work with artists as a coach.  

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