» Eddie Agas is chairman of the Philippines Celebrations Coordinating Committee. A story on Page A3 in yesterday's morning edition
misspelled his last name as Argus.
» The federal tax filing deadline this year is midnight tonight because April 15 fell on Sunday and yesterday was Emancipation Day, a legal holiday in Washington, D.C. A story on Page A1 in yesterday's morning edition said the legal holiday in Washington was today.
» The Academy of Hawaiian Arts from Oakland, Calif., is the third mainland halau to place at the Merrie Monarch Festival. An article on Page D4 yesterday said it was the second.
Star-Bulletin writer Gary Chun adds the following clarification:
In 1998, kumu hula Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu of Oakland Calif. led his then-halau, Na Mele Hula 'Ohana, to a fourth place finish in the kane kahiko category, making them the first mainland halau in Merrie Monarch history to place in competition. Six years later, in 2004, Halau Keali'i O Nalani from Los Angeles, under the direction of kumu hula Keali'i Ceballos, also took fourth in kane kahiko. This year's placing in fourth by Ho'omalu with the Academy of Hawaiian Arts marks the first time in the kane 'auana category by a mainland halau.
» The Moanalua High School team was advised by attorney Brian Kang during a recent mock trial competition. His name was misspelled in an article on Page D2 yesterday. Also, the team won one round against Mililani High School, not Hawaii Baptist Academy. In addition, the school's phone number was not listed where it was indicated to be -- it is 837-8455.
» The grOOve.imProV.arTiSts "Mixology" event will be held every Wednesday, starting in May, at the Hanohano Room at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. An information box on Page 8 in the HiLife section Friday had the wrong day.
» A storytelling session, "Obake Tales with Dann Seki," takes place at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Waianae Public Library as part of National Library Week. An listing on Page F7 Sunday gave the incorrect day.
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