Letters

Janet Pratt
Hamlet, North Carolina


SEX AND THE SHORTSTOP

Re "Where Have You Gone, Derek Jeter?" [July 24] by Allen St. John: Only in New York would a reporter write an article about the imminent demise of an all-star shortstop. Jeter is still clutch, and his post-2000 record illustrates this. Besides,the essence of Derek Jeter has never been about putting up enormous numbers. It has and will always be about a man who Sarah Jessica Parker said "exudes sex." He is a superstar because he is a silky smooth man with a smile to light up a city. As long as the Yankees keep winning, his demeanor seems more important than whether he hits 20 points higher.

Scott Salmon
Oakland, California


OH, BROTHER

Enjoyed J. Hoberman's take on the film Brother["Lost in America," July 24]. It would have been even nicer if the fact checker had found out that Yamamoto was an admiral (in charge of the attack on Pearl Harbor over the fleet commander) and that Tojo was the general.

Brett Greisen
Queens


CORRECTIONS

•A listing for a performance at Luna Lounge in last week's issue misstated information about the performer. Biographical details printed were for the pianist Michal, who records for Columbia Records. The performer at Luna Lounge was the vocalist Michal the Girl. The Voiceregrets the error.

•Wayne Barrett's article "Hankering for a Loophole" [July 31] mistakenly stated that Alan Hevesi's media adviser, Hank Morris, was wearing a wool sweater in a photo published in The New York Times. In fact, the sweater was cotton.

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