Jason Ri finished his first internship at the Counseling Services, MassBay Community College. He’s going on his third and final year of grad school at Lesley University and is also chairman of the nonprofit Capoeira & Arts Association of New England, which is dedicated to the preservation and practice of the art of Capoeira for personal growth and community-building. * Mark Edgar and wife expect their third child in September. Ruby, 2, and Owen, 15 months, are excited for a younger sibling. * Scott and Melissa Bradbury Friedman welcomed their first child, Allison Lee. To add to the excitement, in early May they bought their first home in Charlestown, Mass. They looked forward to introducing Daniel and Katie Reber Colcher to Allison when they visited Boston in late May. Scott is a senior associate at Industrial Economics, Inc., in Cambridge. After her maternity leave, Melissa will return to Tufts School of Dental Medicine, where she’s director of admissions. * Benjamin Schlitt and wife Hilary are expecting their firstborn son in September. Benjamin is currently enrolled in South Texas College of Law. * Ann Baker, who lives in San Francisco, welcomed her second daughter, Alice Mae, in February. * Cipperly Good co-curated an exhibit at the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport, Maine, “Summer Folk: The Tourists of Penobscot Bay,” and hopes to follow in their footsteps sailing, rowing, and hiking when not working. * Greg De St. Maurice is in Kyoto, Japan, doing Fulbright-funded research on local food culture and place-based brands. The research is delicious, and he’ll be there another year or so. * Kim McCarron Camuso is three fourths through her M.B.A. program at Whittemore School of Business and Economics at UNH. She and husband Josh expect their first child, a boy, in early July. They’re excited to meet him and enjoy life as a family of three! * Alex Moskos still lives the dream. “I’ve taken up home brewing beer and having lots of fun with it. I also recently went lobster fishing with Scott Friedman in Maine. We did not manage to catch anything but did find those yellow fishermen outfits really comfy.” * Rebecca Solomon Letwin bought a 1930s brick Tudor home in the Maple Leaf neighborhood of Seattle with her husband and daughter. “It’s been a beautiful spring here in the Pacific Northwest!” * I am living and working in Jackson Hole through the end of September. Let me know if you’re in town.