My favorite newspaper correction (so far) this week is from the “Weddings & Announcements” pages of today’s NYT.
A report on Oct. 24, 1988, about the marriage of Amy Levine and David Abrams, misstated where the bride received her undergraduate degree. She graduated from Brown University, not Boston University. Amy Abrams only recently called attention to the error.
I guess this just proves there are people who finally get around to reading those stacks of old newspapers they’ve been “meaning to read” for years. Thanks for the heads up, Amy.