Correction

The ‘Real’ Black Swan issue correction

In last week’s edition of the Dayton City Paper [2/9/2011], we regretfully failed to include a photography credit and a model credit in our cover story, “Mated for Life” and for our cover image, titled “The ‘Real’ Black Swans.” The photographer for the cover image was Dayton-area photographer Kidtee Hello. The model for the cover image was Katie Keith Dettling of the Dayton Ballet, one of the dancers featured in the cover story, “Mated for Life” by Caroline Shannon-Karasik. Makeup and hair piece design for both photos were by Jennifer White. The Dayton City Paper regrets this error.

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