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Booze for Sale

When we included Bella Domani in the selection of new places that ran in the restaurant listings February 1, we mistakenly identified it as BYO. In fact, the Lincoln Square storefront got its liquor license in mid-December. You don’t have to bring your own after all. The editors

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All Mixed Up

The caption for the photo in last week’s story on Black Sphota Cocoon had the subjects reversed: Arie Thompson was on the left and Kim Crutcher was on the right. Also, Gene Callahan, a longtime aide to Senator Alan Dixon, called to inform us that in the second part of our recent story about the […]

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True Facts

We stumbled over a few of the details in our January 7 article on Loyola University (“F for Furious”). We burdened associate professor Jeff Harder with the first name of Tim and misidentified him as chair of the Academic Council of the College of Arts & Sciences. That post is held by associate professor Mark […]

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Record Swap

The November 12 Rock, Etc., a review of the tribute record Poor Little Knitter on the Road, stated that the cover of the Bloodshot Records compilation For a Life of Sin featured a painting of Hank Williams by Jon Langford. In fact, that work was on the cover of another Bloodshot compilation, Hell-Bent; For a […]

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Correction

Last week’s Section Two drama listing for Symposium Theatre’s Zastrozzi: The Master of Discipline included comments about a previous production of the same play by a different theater company. We apologize for the mistake. The current show will be reviewed in an upcoming issue. The editors

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Coreection

Last week’s “Aldermania” column (February 19) incorrectly reported that Alderman Sam Burrell of the 29th Ward had recently been indicted. The mistake was introduced during editing and should not be attributed to Grant Pick, who signed the item. We apologize to Alderman Burrell and our readers for the error. The Editors