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In the Sept. 19 Loose Lips column, Elissa Silverman inaccurately reported that only one candidate had stepped forward to challenge incumbent Harold Brazil in the 2004 at-large election. In fact, two candidates had done so: Kwame Brown as well as Sam Brooks.
In last week’s Cheap Seats column (“Born on the Bayou,” 10/3), writer Dave McKenna misidentified the location of Louisiana’s Isidore Newman School. The school is in the city of New Orleans.
In his review of School of Rock (“Basic Black,” 10/3), writer Josh Levin misidentified the piece of music Jack Black’s character quotes to elucidate his philosophy on educational testing. The song is not “Teach Your Children,” by Crosby, Still, Nash & Young, but “The Greatest Love of All,” made famous by Whitney Houston.