A Metro photo caption in some Jan. 9 editions said that the Tivoli theater in the District's Columbia Heights neighborhood is at 14th and Park streets. It is at 14th Street and Park Road NW.

A Jan. 9 Sunday Arts music preview incorrectly said that guitar prodigy Derek Trucks had played with Duane Allman. Trucks played with the Allman Brothers Band, with which he still performs. Duane Allman died in 1971, before Trucks was born.

A Jan. 8 Metro article incorrectly said that Albert L. Booth has been charged in two shootings in the District. He has been charged in the shooting of a Catholic University student Nov. 14, and he is a suspect in the fatal shooting a few hours earlier of a Pennsylvania businessman attending a wedding reception in the District.

A Jan. 7 article on congressional certification of the presidential election said that several black House members had objected to the 2000 election's certification. It should have noted that some non-black members also objected.

An item in the Jan. 6 Reliable Source column incorrectly said that Bishop T.D. Jakes is self-ordained. He was ordained as a general bishop in 1987 in Charleston, W.Va., by the late Quander L. Wilson of Greater Emmanuel Churches.

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