Remembering Mickey Katz, Madcap ‘King of Delancey Street' (Correction)

Published January 17, 2003, issue of January 17, 2003.
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An article in the December 20 issue, “Remembering Mickey Katz, Madcap ‘King of Delancey Street,’” misspelled the name of a famed crooner. His name is Russ, not Ross, Colombo.

Chapters 56 and 57 of Anne Roiphe’s serial novel, “Secrets of the City,” were inadvertently published in the wrong order in the issues of January 3 and 10. The chapters appear in the correct order on the Forward Web site, www.forward.com.

An article in the January 10 issue, “Groups Rap Feds Over Detention of ‘Visitors,’” mistakenly identified a Muslim advocacy group. It is the the Muslim Public Affairs Council, not Committee.






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