Corrections and Clarification 

We inadvertently omitted the last name of Roland Delbert Knight Jr., and his wife, Barbara Knight ("French Kisses or Sex-Offense Loophole? Law Isn't Clear," Street Talk, April 25).

The Richmond Symphony's "Beethoven Festival" and "Kaleidoscope" were entered under the wrong dates in last week's Night and Day section. "Kaleidoscope" is scheduled for April 25-28, 2008.

In a story about Michael Ripp of Havana '59, who is charged by the city with owing about $231,000 in unpaid taxes and penalties ("Ripp Rap," News & Features, April 11), we wrote that Ripp "sold" his restaurant to Sue Lee in 2006. A spokesman for Ripp, however, says that Ripp never sold the business, and that it and others were "destroyed in the flood" from the remnants of Tropical Storm Gaston.

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