Corrections and Clarifications

CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS

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December 27, 2020 story by Ambar Alfaro, “Boss Up Brunch Female Entrepreneurship and Empowerment: Get Involved,” has been corrected for grammatical and editorial clarity at 12:04 p.m. on the same day it was originally published.

May 31, 2020 story by Gabriel Ossa, Ricky Sweeting, Joshua Crump, Judith Y. Kim and Hagen McMenemy, “#AtlantaProtest2020 was not the protest #AtlForUs Intended,” is an old version of an UPDATED story that was published on June 1, 2020 at 10:30 p.m.

May 17, 2020 story by Joshua Crump, “More Relief Money on the Horizon? $1200 Spent,” has been updated with graphics for illustration.

An April 8, 2020 story by Hagen McMenemy, “Working Retail During a Pandemic,” was once published under the title, “I caught the ‘rona: Working Retail During a Pandemic.” In order to avoid misinformation, the current version reflects a changed, updated title, “Working Retail During a Pandemic.” UPDATED: August 9, 2020 at 2:04 a.m.

A March 4, 2020 story by Joshua Crump, “An Artist Portrait: R&B Singer Steffany Moneque,” incorrectly stated the musical group that records at Paperboy Studios was “Eye Club”; the current version has been updated to reflect the correct, “iClub.” 

A November 25, 2019 story by Megan Binkley, “Zebbler Encanti Experience takes over ATL on the Trance End Tour” incorrectly stated that Zebbler Encanti Experience used “Zebblertron” to control their visual lights and that Ben Encanti was an educator in Valencia, CA; the current version has been changed to reflect that ZEE uses “Resolume” to control their visuals and Encanti is an educator in Valencia, Spain. 

An August 3, 2019 article by Imani Benjamin, “After the Heartbeat (Bill): To Leave or Not to Leave?” incorrectly stated that House Bill 481 criminalized abortions at six weeks; the article has been updated to reflect the fact that HB 481 criminalizes abortion after the first detection of cardiac activity.

July 19, 2019 story by Imani Benjamin, “Atlanta: A Hub for Geekdom,” incorrectly stated Travaris Moorman’s name as Morris. It has since been adjusted.