Will Friedman and Mark Ginsberg are proud to announce that — through a series of marriages, divorces and remarriages — they are now cousins by marriage. Will, who lives in Washington, D.C., is a federal criminal prosecutor at the U.S. Department of Justice. Mark, who lives in Portland, Oregon, is a civil trial attorney. After executive stints at Burton Snowboards, Timberland and the North Face, Brian Moore has returned to Saucony as senior vice president of global product. He earlier worked at Saucony as vice president of design from 1996-2002. Brian competes in track and field as a masters athlete with Christopher Simpson ’90, Andrew Junas ’90 and Douglas Williams; they placed second at NYC’s Millrose Games in the 40-plus 4x400m relay. Brian writes, “Saucony is now based in Waltham, so you may see the old group on a run out on Norumbega Road.” Ron West, co-founder and principal of Thruline Entertainment, was nominated for a Golden Globe this year as an executive producer of the Hulu series “The Great,” a comedic drama about the Russian empress Catherine the Great. In December, painter Janis Loewengart Yerington had an exhibition, “This Is To Remind You,” at Bolinas Gallery in the San Francisco Bay Area. See her work at janisyerington.com.
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