Musings: Wolf’s ‘Catch 22’

It would be easy to blame the Wolf administration. Easy because, yeah, Gov. Wolf unilaterally decided that some businesses — restaurants, mom and pop shops, and others — had to close because of COVID. Some of those businesses wound up closing permanently. Worse still, Pennsylvania — under Wolf — was one of the states that put COVID patients into nursing homes, causing further death. (An…

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From hamburgers to indigenous pottery

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The two self-portraits of Eva Hozinez show her American and indigenous heritages.

On Friday, July 16, a reception for the Summer Artists in Residence at West Chester University show which runs through mid-August will feature the work of Eva Hozinez. The reception features her current work, which is a departure from her hamburger series. “I did a burger series for fun with no deep meaning,” said Hozinez. “I wanted people to look at it and smile.” Faced…

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Police Log July 14: DUI, crash, theft

Pennsylvania State Police Media Barracks • Police are investigating a case of theft by deception in Concord Township. A 66-year-old woman said she transferred money via an online money transfer to an unknown individual, the police report said. • According to police, Hope Leitner, 20, of West Chester, was arrested for DUI following a one-vehicle crash on the Conchester Highway. The report said troopers determined…

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