» The screenings of "Reds" at the Movie Museum in Kaimuki today include one at 3 p.m. The listing in the HiLife section mentioned only a 7 p.m. screening. Also, "A Prairie Home Companion" will be shown beforehand at 12:30 p.m.
» Bill Comerford expects the new smoking ban will cause a 10 percent to 20 percent decline in sales at his company's pubs, Kelley O'Neil's in Waikiki and O'Toole's Irish Pub downtown. A Page A1 story Wednesday and an editorial Thursday incorrectly said he estimated he would lose 60 percent of his regular customer base. Comerford estimates that 60 percent of his regular customers are smokers.
» The Kim Taylor Reece photo of a hula dancer on Page A6 in yesterday's morning edition was inadvertently "flipped" so the dancer was facing right. The correct orientation, with the dancer facing left, ran on Page A1 of the afternoon edition. Also, Reece's name was misspelled in a headline in the afternoon edition.
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