Two exhibits at Brandywine River Museum

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Victor Gatto (American, 1893–1965), Tigers in the Jungle, undated, oil on canvas, Collection of Carl and Marian Mullis.

What does it mean to be an artist? Is it the training, the talent, the schooling, the medium? The boundaries of art are constantly being redefined with artists themselves pushing the limits of what counts as art and the place it deserves in our world. Gatecrashers, the new exhibit at the Brandywine River Museum of Art, brings together two dozen artists who made a space…

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Senior housing proposed, opposed

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The elevation for a proposed age-restricted complex. The Chadds Ford Planning Commission unanimously declined to recommend approval for a text change that would have allowed former such use on the empty lot near Painters Crossing shopping center.

Chadds Ford Planning Commission members Wednesday night voted unanimously to recommend the Board of Supervisors deny a request for a zoning change that would have allowed for a senior housing development along Brandywine Drive. While the applicant — The Henderson Group — didn’t get the recommendation it sought, attorney Marc Damico representing Henderson said they will still go to the Board of Supervisors and request…

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Around Town June 9

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Hank’s Place owners Anthony and Katie Young continue to operate the restaurant as a grab & go food trailer since the Sept. 1, 2021 flood that destroyed the eatery. Their goal of rebuilding is determined, at least to a point, by what happens at the upcoming June 15 Zoning Hearing Board.

• The zoning hearing for Hank’s Place is scheduled for 7 p.m., Wednesday, June 15 at the Chadds Ford Township municipal building. Restaurant owners Anthony and Katie Young need several variances to rebuild the eatery that was destroyed during the flood on Sept. 1, last year. The zoning hearing was originally scheduled for May 18 but was continued. • Delaware Theatre Company has announced the…

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