Corrections for the week of April 4-10, 2007 

We neglected to credit Craig LaRotonda for our April 4 cover illustration for the story "Fiction Lab."

In our March 28 item "Unhappily Ever After," we erroneously stated that author Michelle Richmond is a graduate of Mills College; in fact she attended the University of Alabama and the University of Miami.

In our February 21 cover story "Really Slow Food," we incorrectly characterized chef Lorenzo Wimmer's relationship with Marin General Hospital. Wimmer did not say that he was "canned," as we reported, but stated instead that he was encouraged to resign after an unrelated personnel issue. The chef suggested, however, that his employers became dissatisfied with his maverick efforts to improve the quality of the hospital's food.

Our February 28 review of Looney's Smokehouse implied that Andrey Ayrapetov and Ken Looney were co-proprietors. In fact, Ayrapetov, who is no longer connected with the restaurant, was originally its general manager, and was marketing director when the review was published.

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