A Wednesday article about a guaranteed income program for New York mothers misidentified the college where Daniela Gutierrez worked when the pandemic hit. It was New York City College of Technology in Brooklyn, not Queens College in Queens, where she had previously worked.
An article published on Tuesday about Naomi Osaka’s return to tennis misidentified Camila Osorio’s country of origin. She’s from Colombia, not Spain.
A Wednesday article about training for triathletes in Norway misspelled the middle name of the engineer and serial entrepreneur who worked with Norway’s national team. He is Olav Aleksander Bu, not Alexander.
A Wednesday column on Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine misspelled the last name of the chairman of the Center for Liberal Strategies. He is Ivan Krastev, not Kratsev.
A Dec. 31 obituary about Lee Kaufman, who appeared with her husband, Morty, in commercials for Swiffer products when they were in their 90s, misrepresented the number of children she had. with her first husband, Bernard Allen. It was two, not three.
Due to an editing error, a Jan. 13 obituary for Stephen Lawrence, the musical director of the album and “Free to Be…You and Me” special and longtime “Sesame Street” composer “, misidentified one of his collaborators. It was David Axelrod, who wrote the lyrics to many of the songs on “Sesame Street” – not the composer, arranger and producer David Axelrod.
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