Corrections for February 11 

Tony Huynh, Go Home, a lean school district, and Chippendale-style strip clubs.

In our October 8 art review ("Bush, Unbashed") we incorrectly spelled Tony Huynh's last name.

In our February 4 CD review of Go Home, we mistakenly listed the album as released by Cryptogramophone. The album was self-released.

In our January 28 story about the Oakland Unified School District's failure to provide heat for many of its students ("Too School for School"), we misquoted International School Principal Carmelita Reyes. She said "we're all running a school district as leanly as we can" — not "we're all running a school district as lamely as we can."

And in our January 28 article about the Best Sex Writing 2009 ("Return of the Lusty Lady"), we misquoted anthology editor Rachel Kramer Bussell. She said it's now acceptable for women to attend "Chippendale"-style strip clubs, not "Chip and Dale"-style strip clubs.

Q-Tips will be issued to our reporting staff at the next weekly editorial meeting.


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