A front-page article yesterday about American Skyline Insurance Co. misquoted Baltimore Comptroller Joan M. Pratt. She said, "Hopefully, they will look to some private equity funds or some venture capitalists to supply them with the equity ownership St. Paul provided and allow Skyline to continue to be a going concern," not "a growing concern" as written.
A photo caption in yesterday's editions misstated how long the Baltimore Boat Show will be at the Baltimore Convention Center. It is scheduled to run through Jan. 30.
A calendar listing in yesterday's LIVE gave the wrong time for a concert. Sunday's performance by organist Frederick Swann at Second Presbyterian Church, 4200 St. Paul St., is set for 3:30 p.m.
In Monday's editions, a Sports article on the PBS Jack Johnson documentary incorrectly reported the name of the film's narrator. His name is Keith David.
A book review Sunday of Bloody Falls of the Coppermine by McKay Jenkins, misstated the title of his previous book about the 10th Mountain Division, which fought in the Apennine Mountains in World War II. The correct title is The Last Ridge.