Carol Casper writes, “Over nearly 40 years, my late husband, Jonathan ’79, assembled an extraordinary collection of live musical performances recorded in exceptional technical quality on audio- and videotape, which I’m cataloging and digitally preserving. A significant portion of the collection is devoted to Bob Dylan. Also included is material from practically every major and many lesser-known rock, folk, blues, traditional country and roots artists. I’ve launched a GoFundMe page for this preservation project, which serves as a lasting memorial to Jon. I also host a YouTube channel that shares songs from more than 75 Dylan concerts I’ve videotaped. The full concert tapes will be part of the official Bob Dylan Archive at the University of Tulsa.” Mark Levinson reports his daughter Emily, who works at HBO Max, married Ben Strauss, a senior associate at Manatt, on Sept. 18 in Los Angeles. Emily’s twin sister, Lauren, a corporate associate at Akin Gump, plans to marry Adam Epstein in March. Mark’s son, Max, is working on an MBA at the University of Southern California. Joseph Levy, P’09, P’12; Harry Lebowitz; and Craig Samson enjoyed their annual Martha’s Vineyard reunion — 28 years and still counting. Claremont, California, resident Scott Marnoy retired after 33 years as a practicing gastroenterologist at Kaiser Permanente. He is cycling; hiking; birding; taking wildlife photographs; and studying reptiles, insects and fossils. Larry Rothbart is president of the Family and Divorce Mediation Council of Greater New York and a member of the board of the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, an organization founded by Pete Seeger to encourage the clean-up of the Hudson River. Larry welcomed two new grandchildren (Elena Jane Rothbart and Rocky Louis Flannery-McCoy) in September. Movie production designer Steve Saklad sends this update: “In March 2021, I completed work on a live-action reboot of Disney’s ‘Chip ’n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers,’ and immediately flew off to North Carolina to design ‘Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret’ (where I was the leading authority on all things Jewish and musical theater, two subjects the film explores). In sadder news, my mom, Joan Feldman Saklad ’52, P’78, passed away in June after a quick illness but a long and wonderful life.” Gary and Debra Wasserman welcomed the birth of their first grandchild, Charlotte Joy, on Aug. 4. Gary writes, “Charlotte’s parents, Marc and Amelia, seem tired (but happy, too). We’ve already started saving for her college education. G’43?” A book co-edited by Reva Wolf, “Freemasonry and the Visual Arts From the 18th Century Forward,” was selected as an Outstanding Academic Title for 2020 by Choice, a publishing unit within the American Library Association. Gayla Zoghlin says she and Eric Linden were thrilled to have Alan Spatrick, Judy Benstein and Eileen Winter join them at son Michael’s wedding on Oct. 3.

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