Because of a production error, part of a paragraph in a story Sunday about A&P supermarkets was not published. The paragraph should have read: "Stores were closed, leases torn up, and vendor contracts renegotiated. But with the revised union contracts, the cost-cutting is now over, and the once-Wall Street-traded corporation may emerge as a privately owned business as early as February."

A story Sunday about the rerelease of Jewish music from the postwar era erroneously described the nightclub owner and singer Avram Grobard. He is a man.

A story Monday about a book-signing at Brandywine River Museum gave an incorrect location for the artist Jamie Wyeth's farm, which is in Birmingham Township, Chester County.

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