Corrections for the Week of January 30, 2013 

Silvia McCollow's name, SF Sketchfest's schedule, and Burnt Ones' process.

Our Jan. 23 comedy preview, "The Return of the Comics," stated that are no SF Sketchfest shows happening in the East Bay. In fact, there is one happening at The Layover on February 5. In our Jan. 16 food review, "Pollo and Pie," we misspelled the name of Nido chef and co-owner Silvia McCollow. And our Jan. 23 music story "Burnt Ones Battle Second-Album Expectations" erroneously stated that Amy Crouch and Brian Allen joined the band after its debut album was recorded. They joined after the recording of the demos, but appear on the album. Further, the article incorrectly stated that Burnt Ones spent fifteen months recording its second album; in fact, the band spent fifteen months both writing and recording.

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