▪ An article in Sunday’s Carolina Living section on new exhibitions coming to the Mint Museum contained two errors. The museum’s decision to focus on its permanent collection is not being driven by financial benefits. The correct opening date for “Portals to the Past: British Ceramics, 1675-1825” at Mint Randolph is Nov. 21.
▪ A column in Saturday’s features section should have stated that the South Park boutique Copper Penny is 1,800 square feet.
▪ A caption in Monday’s editions contained the wrong first name for a participant in the GovJam event, which occurred in Charlotte over the weekend. The participant’s name is Lauren Bell.
▪ An article on Charlotte’s Juneteenth celebration in Sunday’s editions gave the wrong location for the Cultural Camp on Thursday. It will be at Elizabeth Traditional Elementary School, 1601 Park Drive.
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