Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of May 9

In a May 12 Dear Prudence, R. Eric Thomas misidentified the Heart of the Ocean necklace from Titanic as the Gem of the Ocean necklace.

In a May 11 Future Tense, Nitish Pahwa misstated that the crypto market lost up to $800 million of its value on Monday. It lost up to $800 billion.

In a May 10 Sports, Isaac Butler misstated that Carlos Alcaraz won the first set of his 2021 U.S. Open third round match against Stefanos Tsitsipas in a tiebreaker. Alcaraz won the first set 6–3; he won the third set in a tiebreaker.

In a May 9 Television, Rebecca Onion misidentified actor Will Patton as Josh Patton.

In a May 6 Movies, Dana Stevens misstated when Never Rarely Sometimes Always was released. It was 2020, not 2021.

In an April 18 Movies, Chris Karnadi misspelled the surname of the protagonists in Everything Everywhere All at Once. It is Wang, not Wong.

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