From the NYT "Corrections" page: "An article in Arts & Ideas on Saturday about works of art inspired by science misstated the title of a Thomas Pynchon novel. It is The Crying of Lot 49, not The Crying of Lot 69." The NYT staff has apparently confused a Thomas Pynchon novel with an Amy Sacco-run downtown club. This must be part of the ongoing quest for hipness initiated by Editor Howell Raines. (But Lot 61 is soooo, like, 1999 Fendi-baguette-and-apple-martini.)
Corrections [NYT]