Kenneth Queppet of Lincoln University

Kenneth (Ken) Queppet, 64, of Lincoln University, died suddenly on Sunday, Sept. 18. He leaves behind a legacy of warm generosity and compassion for his friends and family. Although Ken left us all too soon, the people in his life have been changed by his loyalty and true friendship. He was a dedicated father, and pop-pop always to be sure that his kids and grandkids…

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Art and ecology meet at BRM

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Our Changing Seas III, by Courtney Mattison

The new exhibit at the Brandywine River Museum of Art is as much about the environment as it is about art. The exhibit is Fragile Earth: The Naturalist Impulse in Contemporary Art and features the work of four artists working with environmental themes. As BRM Senior Curator Amanda Burdan said, “We think this is such an important exhibition to showcase the two halves of our…

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Adopt-a-Pet Sept. 26

The following animals are ready to be adopted from the Brandywine Valley SPCA in West Chester. Tiger Tiger is a domestic shorthair who tries to live up to his name in size. This 20-pound “big cat” is looking for a home to stretch his long frame and relax. Tiger is big enough to take up your whole lap, all by himself, and prefers it that…

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