Here they are, with special apologies to readers who used that bookshelf brush to clean their motorcycles.
A picture on March 22 with an article about the Dubai Mall and other popular attractions in Dubai was published in error. The photograph showed the Mall of the Emirates, not the Dubai Mall.
An article on March 22 about Bali misspelled part of the name of a hotel. It is the Como Shambhala Estate (not Coco).
An article on March 22 about Chicago misspelled the name of a store that sells clothing, jewelry and housewares. It is Florodora, not Floradora.
A picture credit was omitted on March 22 with an article about the fashion designer Rosita Missoni. The photograph showing her at the wheel of a sailboat was taken by Nally Bellati.
An article on March 22 about Claudia Schwartz, the owner of Bell’occhio, a San Francisco boutique, misstated the store’s Web address. It is bellocchio.com. A picture with the article was also published in error. The photograph showed a horsehair brush used for cleaning crown moldings and bookshelves, not one for cleaning bicycles and motorcycles.
An article on March 22 about the designer Nicole Miller and her vacations in Aspen, Colo., misidentified the mountain on which Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro is located. It is on Aspen Highlands Mountain, not Aspen Mountain.