Corrections for the Week of December 3, 2014 

Correct address for Diving Dog Brewhouse.

Our November 26 Holiday Guide story, "Stocking Stuffers for the Food-Obsessed," listed the incorrect address for Diving Dog Brewhouse. The correct address is 1802 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland. We also incorrectly listed the wine shop Bay Grape as The Bay Grape. Also, our November 26 Culture Spy, "Questioning Color-Blind America," erroneously stated that author Ronald Takaki's first name was Roy. It also incorrectly stated that author Ishmael Reed once lived in the same neighborhood as Jeff Chang. He did not. And our November 26 news story, "Saving the Homeowner Bill of Rights," misstated Danny Barak's professional affiliation. He is an attorney in the United Law Firm — not a partner.

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