DR. SELMAN: We saw each other before Christmas, right?
GEORGE: I think we’ve had a relatively stable time. Hilly flew down to North Carolina, and I drove—got to know Hilly’s parents and brother.
HILLY: It was so much fun, for my dad especially, because Georgie showed up and I think they have similar interests. George Read More
Say hi to Soheil (pronounced So-hail) Nasseri, a limpid-eyed, cleft-chinned classical pianist trying to make it in New York. His first name means “a star in the sky that appears infrequently.” “I think it may be Venus,” he said. He lives in a 187-square-foot, sparsely furnished studio without air-conditioning in the Tudor City section of Read More