Corrections for the weeks of May 27 and June 3, 2015 

Urban homesteaders and Beach Boys songs.

Our May 27 What the Fork column, "Urban Homesteading Goes Mainstream," misspelled Harvindar Singh's first name. And our June 3 movie review, '"You're Touched, Kid,'" misstated the title of the song known as "the pocket symphony to god." It is "Good Vibrations," not "God Only Knows."

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