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Volunteering at the Boston Marathon--and my brother's viral story

Fun fact: I grew up so close to the Boston Marathon route that I could watch the race from my bedroom window. Other than the years I was away for college, I’ve spectated at pretty much every race. 654 more words


Not So Fast on MARATHON MONDAY: Trademark Board Rejects Boston Athletic Association’s Bid to Prevent Clothier from Registering the Term

by John L. Welch and John Carl Zwisler

Legal Analysis

New Englanders know what “Marathon Monday” signifies: the third Monday in April, the Red Sox in the morning, the Boston Marathon in the afternoon, Hopkinton, 26.2 miles, Heartbreak Hill, the crowd-lined streets.  2,056 more words

Legal Analysis

Come to a night of bowling and pizza at Needham Bowlaway!

Support Hannah Mecaskey for the Last Call Foundation in the 2016 Boston Marathon!

Come to a night of bowling and pizza at Needham Bowlaway!

Fundraise fun-style with raffles, door prizes along with a cash bar and kid-friendly drinks. 122 more words

B.A.A. Distance Medley Registration Now Open

BOSTON (CBS) –  Ready for a good run, but perhaps not quite as far as April’s Boston Marathon?

The Boston Athletic Association opened registration Tuesday for its Distance Medley. 136 more words


TTAB Rejects Argument that MARATHON MONDAY Mark Creates a False Suggestion of Connection with the Boston Marathon Organizer

On October 26, 2015, the TTAB found that the mark MARATHON MONDAY does not falsely suggest a connection with the Boston Athletic Association, organizer of the Boston Marathon. 350 more words

TTAB Decisions

BAA Loses Bid To Block Company's Use Of 'Marathon Monday'

BOSTON (AP) — Most runners know “Marathon Monday” as the day the Boston Marathon is held each April.

But the group that has organized the marathon for more than a century — the Boston Athletic Association — believes Marathon Monday is closely identified with its name. 106 more words


BAA Half Marathon Draws Elite Runners

BOSTON (CBS) — More than 8,000 runners took on 13.1 miles on a beautiful fall morning Sunday for the Boston Athletic Association’s 15th half marathon. 228 more words