In "Point Austin: Reflections on Assassination," the following sentence should have read: None of this was apparent to me in 1963, when I was a bright-eyed, buzz-cut freshman at Bishop Noll high school in Hammond, Ind., sitting in an afternoon Latin class – yes, it was that long ago – and the news came that the president had been shot.
In the story "Urban Farms: Mediation Bears No Fruit," the following sentence appeared, incorrectly, within quotation marks: Earlier this month, Llanes reportedly threatened to call the police on an employee of Eden East, the farm-to-table restaurant located on Springdale Farm, blaming them for the removal.
In Kate X Messer's story "Writers on Kennedy: Flesh and Blood," an editing error changed a sentence, which should have read: "Jack had very deep auburn hair – shiny, thick," riding in a white convertible."
From the Egg on Our Face Dept.: In Nov. 22's roundup of alternative diet Thanksgiving recipes, we incorrectly touted the Everyday Paleo Pumpkin Pie as vegan.