Corrections for the Week of December 2 

The month a San Francisco Chronicle story ran and the location where Ghost & the City opened for The Internet

Our December 2 Seven Days column, "A Missed Opportunity," misstated the month in which the San Francisco Chronicle reported that the San Francisco Police Department, under Police Chief Greg Suhr, had gotten worse in recent years when it comes to targeting people of color. It was June 2015 — not July.

Also, our December 2 music story, "Off-the-Cuff Instrumentation & Astral Neo-Soul," incorrectly stated that Ghost & the City opened for The Internet at the New Parish in Oakland. It was actually at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz.

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