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2011 Whoops

last year’s People Who Died feature mistakenly stated was a look back over the year 2010

Corrections: The introduction to last year’s People Who Died feature (Dec. 28) mistakenly stated that it was a look back over the year 2010, not 2011.

In addition, our appreciation of Robert Ettinger mistakenly referred to him as the “father of cryogenics,” when he was, in fact, the father of cryonics. Cryogenics is the science of keeping things cold, while cryonics is the speculative practice of using cold to preserve the life of a person who can no longer be supported by ordinary medicine.

Finally, in the Dec. 28 issue, we mistakenly ran the second part of a two-part This Modern World first; we’re running the first part this week. City Paper regrets the errors.

  • Tough Sell Few real-estate developers have the capacity or the perseverance to take on such a difficult undertaking as developing, or redeveloping, affordable housing. | 4/16/2014
  • Faith Shaken, Not Stirred What would the future hold for Charm City’s beloved alternative weekly? | 4/9/2014
  • For the Birds I’ll know CP is toast when you all run a cover with the headline “That Sure Was A Lotta Snow.” | 4/2/2014
  • Adjunct Poverty I came to consider my two classes as volunteer work to justify working so hard for so little. | 3/26/2014
  • Video Daze If my friend told me she was dating someone, I would ask if she put his name on her Video Americain card as a way of knowing how serious they were. | 3/19/2014
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