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Christine Morrissey's job title and Stick Figa's producer.

Our March 14 Eco Watch, "Nearly 5,000 Chickens Rescued from Factory Farm," misstated Christine Morrissey's job title. She's the sanctuary manager of Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary.

Our February 29 feature, "Emergency Call," erroneously stated that police transported nearly all of the Alameda County 5150 patients to John George Psychiatric Pavilion. They were transported by ambulance.

In our March 14 CD review, "Stick Figa," we erroneously stated that Stik Figa's album was produced by Oddisee. It was in fact produced by Michael "Seven" Summers.

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