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    Correction: Amanda North's second startup
    04/14/2014 - A story on Monday's front page about Amanda North's career change following the Boston Marathon bombing incorrectly reported that her new company represents the first startup she founded. In 2005, she co-founded the Web design firm Sequence, which was sold in 2008. 

    Correction: Wrong date for end of Silicon Valley Contemporary art fair
    04/09/2014 - An item in Sal Pizarro's column in the Local News section Wednesday incorrectly reported the last day of the Silicon Valley Contemporary art fair. The event ends Sunday. 

    Setting the record straight
    04/09/2014 - In Thursday's Eye section, a list of movies opening this week incorrectly reported that 'Draft Day' director Ivan Reitman has died. 

    Correction: Danville State of the Town
    04/08/2014 - An April 3 story on the front page of the Valley Journal incorrectly reported information on the Danville State of the Town address. 

    Correction: Anytime Muffins recipe lacks backing powder
    04/08/2014 - A Home Plates recipe for Anytime Muffins on April 6 in Eat Drink Play omitted an ingredient: 5 teaspoons of baking powder should be added along with the flour. 

    Correction: Retro Fitness opening
    04/04/2014 - Because of incorrect information provided by the source, an item in Sal Pizarro's column in the Local News section on Thursday had an incorrect day for the grand opening of the Retro Fitness center. 

    Correction: Groundwater loss graphic
    04/01/2014 - A graphic that appeared on Sunday's front page depicting Central Valley groundwater losses omitted the name of the researcher who analyzed the data, Jay Famiglietti of the UC Center for Hydrologic Modeling at UC Irvine. 

    Correction: Holiday closing box
    03/31/2014 - The item that listed whether schools, government offices, libraries and businesses would be closed Monday, Cesar Chavez Day, contained several errors in both Sunday and Monday's Local News section. Alameda and San Benito county offices remained open. In addition, most schools were open, as were most banks. 

    Correction: Federal offices are open Monday
    03/29/2014 - n An information box in Friday's Local News section incorrectly reported that post offices and other federal offices would be closed on Monday, Cesar Chavez Day. They will be open, as will most businesses. 

    Correction: Increase in renter's costs
    03/28/2014 - n A story in Wednesday's Local News section misstated how much Richard Twohy's portion of housing costs had increased after changes in the Section 8 voucher program by the Santa Clara County Housing Authority. His rent increased by 50 percent.
     

    Correction: Location of Good Samaritan Hospital and Teen Force
    03/25/2014 - n An item in Sal Pizarro's column on Sunday incorrectly reported on the location of TeenForce . It is in San Jose. And an item in Tuesday's column incorrectly reported the location of Good Samaritan Hospital. It is also in San Jose. 

    Corrections: Redwood City restaurant and 'Divergent' author misidentified
    03/21/2014 - A review in Thursday's Eye of Manuel Martinez's LV Mar restaurant in Redwood City gave the wrong name for Chef Martinez's first Redwood City restaurant. 

    Correction: Antioch charter school proposal
    03/19/2014 - A story in Wednesday's Local News section about charter petitions for Antioch's Dozier-Libbey Medical High School incorrectly reported teacher Jefferson Weber's position in a quote. He supports the conversion charter proposal and opposes the district's dependent charter concept.
     

    Correction: Address of Kinder Morgan facility in Richmond
    03/18/2014 - A story in Tuesday's Local section about crude-by-rail oil shipments incorrectly reported the address of the Kinder Morgan facility in Richmond. It is 303 S. Garrard Blvd.  

    Editorial page omitted from print edition
    03/18/2014 - Because of production errors, the editorial page was omitted from print editions of Tuesday's newspaper, and the Sunday oped page was omitted from a small number of printed Sunday papers. 

     
    This church floor was transformed into a huge psychadelic light show

    This rather ordinary church in Casablanca, Morocco was transformed into an explosion of color and pattern during the "Magic Carpet" show by French artist Claude Mossessian. Full Story