Corrections for the Week of March 14, 2012 

Gather's menu and Blue Oak Cafe's staff changes.

In the March 7 installment of our What the Fork column, "Gluten-Free and Bike-Delivered," we misstated that Niloufer took over as chef at Blue Oak Café after Robert Dorsey's departure. In fact, she took over as manager.

In our March 7 news story, "Will Occupy Oakland Embrace Strategic Nonviolence?," we got Nichola Torbett's surname wrong.

The February 29 installment of our What the Fork column, "Food for Thought," mistakenly referred to Gather as a vegetarian restaurant. It also serves meat.

In our February 29 corrections section (yikes), we incorrectly implied that the Shotgun Players had not staged a production of The Miser in 2004, when in fact they did.

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