Corrections for the Week of May 19 

Photo captions, credits, Francis and the Lights' drummer's last name, and more.

The May 12 Eco Watch, "Building It Green in Berkeley," contained an error in the photo caption. The developers of Parker Place are shooting for LEED-Platinum certification, but the housing complex has not yet received such certification.

The May 12 music story, "Bright Lights," misspelled the last name of Francis and the Lights drummer Jake Schreier.

The May 12 story, "Bare Soles," incorrectly stated that chiropractor Jessica Greaux works out of Oakland. She works out of Berkeley.

The May 12 Ear Bud, "A Loss to the East Bay Music Community," contained an error in the photo attribution of Peter Webster. It should have been credited to "Brain Injury Dialogues."

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