Chaim Caron, who relocated from New York City to Cleveland in 2017, moved into a single-family home two years ago. “Having grown up in single-family homes but never having lived in one since high school, this is a happily realized ambition,” he writes. Former federal housing attorney Miniard Culpepper has announced his bid for the Massachusetts Senate’s 2nd Suffolk district seat. The area he would represent stretches from Boston’s South End to Jamaica Plain and Hyde Park. Alan Forrest appeared in an “Antiques Roadshow” episode filmed at Long Island’s Sands Point Preserve when his Chinese bronze statues were appraised on camera. A retired lawyer, Alan has been working as a film and TV extra, most recently on the upcoming Martin Scorsese film “Killers of the Flower Moon.” Barry Goralnick, a New York City-based interior designer, architect and product designer, was named Product Designer of the Year at the 32nd annual ARTS Awards, a peer-nominated awards program in the home-accents industry. Barry was honored for his lighting and furniture collection with Currey & Company, his MetroChic tabletop collection with Villeroy & Boch and his upcoming plumbing-hardware collection with Watermark Designs. Dalia Kaminetzky Lavon announces the birth of her second granddaughter, Sadie Rose, who joins older cousin Cleo Esther. Randall Rich, partner at Pierce Atwood, was recognized by Best Lawyers as a 2022 Lawyer of the Year in energy regulatory law in Washington, D.C. Deb Volberg left employment law and human resources behind for entrepreneurship, developing ULUstory, a neuroscience-based app that helps employees and students find, craft and share true personal stories to generate empathy, engagement and inclusion.
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