Archive for August 29th, 2018

Mixed Media: Abstract angles

Layered-Triangles-3-Pink-Orange-Blue- By Bob Brookover

Summer is coming to a close, Labor Day is upon us, and soon enough we’ll have to ban white from our wardrobe as we prepare for fall. Is that a thing? It was a sort of seasonal etiquette that I grew up hearing and now choose to completely ignore. As we near the end of August, a few shows have opened this week. Delaware Art Museum has debuted the next in its Outlook ...

 
 

YMCA offers 7th-graders free membership

School is beginning and with it comes a great opportunity for all Chester County seventh-graders – a complimentary one-year membership to the YMCA. Kids simply need to bring a school ID, roster, or report card, along with a parent or guardian, to their local branch to register. After registering, membership includes the use of the YMCA’s facilities, where ...

 

Blogging Along the Brandywine: First day of school blues

You know those days you wake up and think, “How did the world pass by without my noticing?” I went to Strafford Elementary School in the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District, and now that I think about it, in those days there were still a few dinosaurs grazing outside the playground. On the first day of third grade, Miss Dewees handed out school pencils, little ...

 

Police Log Aug. 29: Terroristic threats, DUIs

Pennsylvania State Police • State police will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint this Labor Day weekend, from Friday, Aug. 1 through Monday, Sept. 3. • An 18-year-old from Landenberg is being investigated for terroristic threats. According to a press release from the state police Avondale barracks, Branden Michael Bryant posted on Instagram “I am    debating on ...