An April 8 Sports article incorrectly described which games the Washington Wizards could play at home during the NBA playoffs. The Wizards' finish will determine whether they play Games 1, 2 , 5 and 7 or Games 3, 4 and 6 at home.

An April 8 Business in Brief item incorrectly said that Kaplan Inc., a unit of The Washington Post Co., is based in Chicago. Kaplan is based in New York.

An April 7 Sports article incorrectly said that the Detroit Pistons had joined the Miami Heat as the only teams to sweep the Washington Wizards this season. They are the only teams to sweep four games against the Wizards this season.

A calendar listing in the April 7 Montgomery Extra gave the wrong date for a lecture on infrared photography and a meeting of the Gaithersburg Camera Club. The event is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday at the Gaithersburg Branch Library, 18330 Montgomery Village Ave.

The credit on a photograph with an April 6 article about a 1997 trip to Russia by Rep. Tom DeLay (R-Tex.) misstated the affiliation of the photographer, Gregg Hilton. He is with the American Security Council Foundation, not the American Foreign Policy Council.

An April 5 article about tenants engaged in a legal battle over the ownership of an apartment building at 4840 MacArthur Blvd. NW may have left the impression that John Hoskinson, one of the building's owners, removed the building's working central air-conditioning system after the tenants filed their lawsuit. Hoskinson says that the partial removal occurred before the lawsuit was filed as part of a comprehensive improvement plan that called for installing a new system. He says the effort was interrupted by the lawsuit.

An April 3 article in the Washington Post Magazine's Education Review incorrectly implied that all staff members of the Montgomery Blair High School newspaper come from the communications arts magnet program. Students who work on the paper, Silver Chips, do not have to be enrolled in a magnet program.

The address and telephone number of the Adamson Gallery were incorrect in a listing in the April 1 Weekend section. The gallery is at 1515 14th St. NW, and its phone number is 202-232-0707.

A March 29 article about fourth grade incorrectly referred to American Educator magazine as American Education magazine.