Today's scheduled grand opening of Six Flags America has been moved to May 8. The information was incorrect in yesterday's Weekend.

Photographs of a tadpole and a frog accompanying an article on frog deformities yesterday should have been credited to Steven Holt/Stockpix.com.

In the municipal election stories in Wednesday's Prince George's Extra, the tenure of incumbent New Carrollton City Council member John A. Schaffer, a candidate for reelection, was reported incorrectly. He has been on the council for six years and has lived in New Carrollton for 28 years.

Also, Patricia M. King-Adams, 44, a full-time computer science student at the University of Maryland's University College, is running for one of three at-large council seats in Fairmount Heights. Her name was omitted from the list of candidates.

Comments attributed to Elaine Carter and Gregory Windley, candidates for City Council in Glenarden's Ward 2, were reversed. Windley said, "I am most proud of what I have done for the youth of Glenarden." Carter said her goals included "improving public services and fiscal management of our city."

In the Ward 3 council race in Glenarden, catering business owner Alex Hall is being challenged for his seat by Andrew Ward, who didn't submit any information about his candidacy or return telephone calls. Hall's comments were incorrectly attributed to Ward.

A Style story Tuesday incorrectly identified the honorary chairmen of the Helen Hayes Awards. Mayor Anthony A. Williams and his wife, Diane, are the honorary chairmen.