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Correction: Because of a reporting error, the person on the cover of Boston Magazine's ''Best of Boston" edition was incorrectly identified in the Names column in yesterday's Living/Arts section. The cover of the magazine features Gretchen Monahan, owner of Gretta Enterprises.

Correction: Because of an editing error, Senator Trent Lott of Mississippi was misidentified as Senate majority leader in a story in Sunday's Nation pages about the writings of Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts Jr. The majority leader is Senator Bill Frist of Tennessee.

Correction: Because of an editing error, the date of Clarence Thomas's nomination to the Supreme Court was misstated in a caption accompanying an article on Court confirmations in last Sunday's Ideas section. Thomas was nominated and confirmed in 1991.

Correction: Because of a reporting error, a June 21 Health/Science section story on RNA interference, a mechanism cells use to turn off genes, incorrectly described a new drug being tested by CytRx, a Los-Angeles-based company. The treatment for Lou Gehrig's disease is not based on this mechanism.

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