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» Police handcuffed a man for his own safety after he tried to enter his burning Aliamanu house Wednesday night. A Page B2 caption Thursday reported that firefighters had handcuffed him.
» The headline for the Wednesday Page B4 obituary of Poakalani Serrao gave an incorrect last name for the master quilter.
» Sheet metal “Forever Roses” will be available at Honolulu Community College Building 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 14 only. A Page D3 brief Thursday said they would also be available today and Monday. Call 845-9237.
» Today’s performance of the Hawaiian Mission Houses’ Cemetery Pupu Theatre at O‘ahu Cemetery has been canceled. The show was included in an article on Page 2 of today’s TGIF section, which went to press before the cancellation was announced. Ticketholders can receive a refund or attend the Saturday performance at 50 percent off the ticket price. Also, the documentary “YERT (Your Environmental Road Trip)” will be shown as part of the Monday Movie Cafe series instead of the originally scheduled “Beauty Mark,” which was listed on Page 21 of TGIF. The change was announced after the section’s deadline.