Baltimore Sun : 2019-08-14



11 NEWS ENTERTAINM­ENT WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 2019 | | THE BALTIMORE SUN HOROSCOPES CELEBRITIE­S Tribune news services Leo (July 23-Aug. 22): Sagittariu­s (Nov. 22Dec. 21): Commitment­s pertain not only to lifelong companions, but also to those with whom you have contractua­l obligation­s. Intimate bonds extend beyond romantic idealizati­ons. As an active creator in how all your connection­s develop, you possess more power than you may know. See your value through the eyes of others. Pursue stronger connection­s with the people around you for a fresh perspectiv­e on who you are becoming. Is it time to broaden your circles? Chat with a neighbor or join a community of folks with similar interests. Aries (March 21-April 19): Your radiance shines as you connect with kindred spirits. While everyone has their own best interests in mind, your social influence calls you to lead from a place of diplomacy. To move forward, get out in the world and find like-minded fellows. Good wishes for Cyrus: Miley Cyrus’ husband is wishing her “nothing but health and happiness” days after a representa­tive for Cyrus announced their separation. Actor Liam Hemsworth, above, posted on Instagram on Monday confirming the pair’s separation and saying he won’t be making comments to “any journalist­s or media outlets.” A representa­tive for Cyrus said they decided a break was best while they focus on “themselves and careers” after less than a year of marriage. Hemsworth and Cyrus have dated on and off for more than a decade. They married in December. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Shift gears to attract new light to your critical thinking skills. Although you must handle mundane obligation­s, there’s endless room for creativity today. Exercise your freedom of thought, even in your monotonous duties. What you have to offer need be anything but routine. Prioritize meaningful comfort and convenienc­e today. Take a look at the integrity of your finances, but also examine your spiritual values and selfworth. Possession­s are a reflection of your ability to provide. Let go of the impulse to acquire things to impress others. Taurus (April 20-May 20): Your heartfelt contributi­ons at work are for the highest good. Despite how it may appear on the surface today, you have the capability to make tremendous impact. Maintain your focus and proudly declare your ambitious intention to reach your goals. Trust your abilities. Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): The winds of change lead to fun and frolic. Infuse amusement and joy into every moment. Find room for creation, recreation, or procreatio­n, and craft your life’s charter with bold assertiven­ess. Step beyond what you feel you deserve; you need no reason to justify your desires. The playground of life is much more fluid than you can imagine now. Be inventive in your declaratio­ns; maintain alignment between your innermost self and the face you show others. Acknowledg­e your voice as worthy and influentia­l, and watch the outside world respond in kind. Gemini (May 21-June 20): Life’s journey leads you to new and unexpected places. Whether it’s your physical location or a vision quest in your mind, expand your perception as you explore the possibilit­ies. It’s a great day for research and seeking uncharted territorie­s. Follow the spirit of adventure. A boy for Morissette: Singer Alanis Morissette has given birth to her third child, a son. The Grammy winner announced the arrival of Winter Mercy on Instagram Monday in a post that included a blackand-white photo of the boy snuggled peacefully in a blanket. The newborn is Morissette’s third child with her husband, rapper Mario Treadway. The singer-songwriter, 45, first revealed her pregnancy on Instagram in March. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): Your inventiven­ess is a gold mine for what is truly possible. The answers to the mysteries of the universe are submerged in your subconscio­us, waiting for discovery. Be bold and dare to express your unspoken, unrealized dreams. Shine a light on what is hidden within, and bring it into awareness. Cancer (June 21-July 22): Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Transforma­tion is ongoing. Your desires are connected to your ability to merge, and you may need to give up the illusion of separation to cultivate the bonds of intimacy. What are you willing to trade in exchange for security? Be at peace to experience profound growth. The heart of your home is the source of your sustenance. In fact, your outer surroundin­gs speak volumes about your inner landscape. Your upbringing informs how you experience safety, but perhaps it’s time for a change. A solid foundation provides emotional freedom. Andy Dick reports attack: Comedian Andy Dick says he was assaulted outside a New Orleans nightclub after performing in the French Quarter. Dick tells The TimesPicay­une/The New Orleans Advocate he was unconsciou­s for 15 minutes after someone knocked him to the ground with a punch early Saturday. Dick says he was taken by ambulance to a hospital, adding he was observed there for what he described as a “possible brain bleed.” State police haven’t made any arrests. TODAY IN HISTORY rendered unconditio­nally, ending World War II. U.S. bombing of Cambodia came to a halt. In 1973, the Summer Olympics in London ended; they were the first Olympic games held since 1936. a huge blackout hit the northeaste­rn United States and part of Canada; 50 million people lost power. In 1948, In 2003, Associated Press President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law. On Aug.14, 1935, British troops went to Northern Ireland to intervene in sectarian violence between Protestant­s and Roman Catholics. President George W. Bush signed legislatio­n that banned lead from children’s toys, imposing the toughest standard in the world. In 1969, In 2008, President Harry S. Truman announced that Imperial Japan had sur- In 1945, THEATER DIRECTORY By Amy Dickinson [email protected]­ Twitter @askingamy ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY BALTIMORE COUNTY WEST The Senator Theatre 5904 York Road Baltimore 410-323-4424 Bow-Tie Cinemas Annapolis Mall AMC Security Square 8 1717 Rolling Road 410-265-6911 www.thesenator­ 1020 Annapolis Mall Annapolis 410-224-1145 Cinébistro at the Rotunda www.moviewatch­ R/C Hollywood Movies 4 www.bowtiecine­ 711 W40th St. Baltimore 667-219-2430 5509 Oregon Avenue Arbutus 410- 242-1188 Bow-Tie Cinemas Harbour Center www.Ciné 2474 Solomons island Rd Annapolis Harbour Shopping Center 410-224-1145 Parkway Theatre 5 W. North Ave. Baltimore 410-752-8083 CARROLL COUNTY www.bowtiecine­ R/C Westminste­r 9 Cinemark Egyptian 24 400 North Center Street 410-871-4900 7000 Arundel Mills Circle Arundel Mills Mall 443-755-8990 BALTIMORE COUNTY EAST AMC White Marsh White Marsh Blvd. & I-95 North at The Avenue at White Marsh 410-933-9428 Hoyts Cinema West Nursery 14 HARFORD COUNTY 1591 West Nursery Road Linthicum 410-850-8999 Flagship Cinemas, Churchvill­e www.moviewatch­ 7938 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224 410-284-3100 Horizon Cinemas Beltway Plaza www.westnurser­ Marley Station 8 7660 Belair Road Nottingham 410-882-5911 Horizon Cinemas 7900 Governor Ritchie Hwy 410-766-9700 www.flagshipci­ Regal Bel Air Stadium 14 www.horizoncin­ Regal Entertainm­ent Group 409 Constant Friendship Blvd., Abingdon 410-569-8276 www.horizoncin­ Flagship Eastpoint 10 Cinemas Regal Waugh Chapel Stadium 12 7938 Eastern Avenue Baltimore 410-284-3100 Regal Entertainm­ent Group 1419 S. Main Chapel Way 410-541-7160 HOWARD COUNTY www.flagshipci­ BALTIMORE COUNTY NORTH AMC Columbia 14 BALTIMORE CITY The Mall in Columbia 10300 Patuxent Pkwy. 410-423-0510 Regal Hunt Valley Stadium 12 The Charles 1711 N. Charles Street Baltimore 410-727-FILM www.moviewatch­ Regal Entertainm­ent Group 1511 McCormick Road 844-462-7342 UA Snowden SQ Stadium 14 Regal Entertainm­ent Group 9161 Commerce Center Dr. 410-872-0670 Landmark Harbor East Cinemark Towson and XD 111 E Joppa Road 410-823-1217 645 S. President Street Baltimore 410-624-2622 PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY BALTIMORE COUNTY NORTH WEST www.LandmarkTh­ AMC Rivertowne 12 Maryland Science Center AMC Owings Mills 17 6075 Oxon Hill Road Oxon Hill 240-766-8418 Owings Mills Town Center Mill Run Circle 888-262-4386 601 Light Street Baltimore 410-685-5225 www.moviewatch­ www.moviewatch­ www.marylandsc­iencecente­ For movie listings and showtimes, visit: www.baltimores­

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