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A calendar item in Friday’s CLT section listed the incorrect date for the Belk Bowl FanFest. The event is Tuesday, starting at noon outside of Bank of America Stadium and featuring a 4 p.m. concert by Miranda Lambert.

A story on page 3B Thursday incorrectly reported that four Duke basketball players since 1972 have had at least 20 points and 20 rebounds in a game. Just two have scored at least 20 points and grabbed 20 rebounds, and four players have grabbed at least 20 rebounds in the same game.

A story in Wednesday’s ShopTalk incorrectly reported that Ashton Kutcher was among the celebrities to whom Tony Potts of SierraMaya360 introduced owners of startups.

A rendering of the future 300 South Tryon office tower on Tuesday’s front page omitted the source of the drawing. The rendering was prepared by architecture firm LS3P.

A graphic on 14A Wednesday that detailed Cam Newton’s traffic wreck incorrectly labeled South Church Street on the inset map.

Charlotte Premium Outlets was misspelled in a story about mall food courts in Friday’s CLT section.

A story on 8A Thursday about a women’s leadership panel at Wake Forest University Charlotte Center misstated Pat Rodgers’ experience with flying lessons. Rodgers took lessons but didn’t get her license.

A story in Tuesday’s Carolina Living section gave the wrong date and time for the Worldwide Candle Lighting ceremony sponsored by the Compassionate Friends of Charlotte. It will be at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the chapel at St. Matthew Catholic Church, 8015 Ballantyne Commons Parkway.

A story on page 7B Wednesday incorrectly stated that the University of Iowa is 110 miles west of UNC guard Marcus Paige’s hometown. Marion, Iowa, is about 30 miles north of the school.

A story in Saturday’s Home&Garden section gave incorrect hours for the Fourth Ward Holiday Home Tour on Friday. The hours that day are 5-9 p.m.

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