Messalina Morley, James Alton

Messalina Teresa Morley and James Andrew Christian Alton were married May 28 at St. Ignatius Loyola Church in New York. The Rev. Michael Hilbert, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony. Mrs. Morley-Alton, 22, is a television, film and stage actress who appeared in “The Passion of Love,” an independent film that premiered in May…

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Marianne Kurlandski, James Kovacs

Marianne Anaïs Kurlandski and James Daniel Kovacs are to be married June 2 in the Bronx. Rabbi Julius Rabinowitz is to officiate at Wave Hill, the public garden. Ms. Kurlandski, 36, is an associate in the private equity group, in Manhattan, of the law firm Goodwin. She graduated from the State University of New York,…

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Caroline McMahon, Brendan Rivera

Caroline Ann McMahon and Brendan Joseph Rivera were married June 1 at the Bowery Hotel in New York. Brendan Baum, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated. Mrs. Rivera, 29, is an associate specializing in litigation and trial practice in the Manhattan office of Latham & Watkins,…

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Meghan Horstmann, Adam Klopp II

Meghan Elizabeth Horstmann and Adam Valentine Klopp II were married May 29 at the department of registry general at the Ministry of Home Affairs in Hamilton, Bermuda. Aubrey Penny Kminors officiated. On June 1, Mita Corsini Bland, a friend of the couple, led them in vows incorporating Christian elements, at Mount Pleasant, a historic estate…

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Sarah Rogers, Daniel Watt

Sarah Lawton Rogers and Daniel James Watt were married June 1 at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in St. Louis. The Rev. Joseph Wallace-Williams, an Episcopal priest, performed the ceremony. The bride, who is 36 and works in New York, is a director of strategy for the Freeman Company, a Dallas-based company that provides integrated services…

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Bianca Livi, Danny Avizov

Bianca Sarah Livi and Danny Elchanan Avizov were married May 27 at Greentree Country Club in New Rochelle, N.Y. Rabbi Lawrence Hajioff officiated. The bride, 35, is a senior business lead at Google in New York, where she drives digital media sales growth for Google and YouTube and builds strategic partnerships with Fortune 500 companies.…

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Jacqueline Langholtz, William Taylor

Jacqueline Camille Langholtz and William Randolph Taylor were married June 1 at St. Paul’s Memorial Church in Charlottesville, Va. Will Peyton, an Episcopal priest, performed the ceremony, with Chris Morash, a Roman Catholic deacon, taking part. The bride, 35, manages educational programs at Monticello, the historic plantation and home of Thomas Jefferson. She graduated from…

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Corinne Lewis, Megan Myers

Corinne Paige Lewis and Megan Lee Myers were married May 31 at the marriage bureau in Brooklyn. Huiling Zheng, a staff member of the city clerk’s office, officiated. On June 1, R. Lee Farmer, a friend of the couple, led them in their vows at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Ms. Lewis (left), 29, is a senior…

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Caroline Quigley, Frederick Adler

Caroline Denison Quigley and Frederick George Adler were married June 1 at the University Club of New York. Chaplain Jewelnel Davis, the Columbia University chaplain, officiated, leading the ceremony with Cantor Laura Stein. The bride and groom, both 27, met at the University of Pennsylvania, from which they each graduated cum laude. In August, each…

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Law backs doctors who prescribe opioids to the dying

Some doctors fear litigation and professional ruin if they are seen to have overprescribed opioids to terminally ill patients, according to a University of Queensland researcher. Palliative care expert Professor Geoffrey Mitchell said opioid overuse and some states’ new assisted dying legislation had put end-of-life care clinicians created a «perfect storm» of fear for clinicians…

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