Monday, April 23, 2018
The top five books on Apple’s iBooks store for the most recent one-week sales period:
v “A Higher Loyalty”: by James Comey (Flatiron Books)
v “Rebel Heir”: by Penelope Ward and Vi Keeland (C. Scott Publishing Corp.)
v “The Disappeared”: by C. J. Box (Penguin Publishing Group)
v “Shoot First”: by Stuart Woods (Penguin Publishing Group)
v “The Key to Rebecca”: by Ken Follett (Penguin Publishing Group)
“The Terror” (9 p.m., AMC): With the end of their provisions in sight, officers of an icebound British Royal Navy ship contemplate an 800-mile walkout while planning a party to raise the men’s worsening spirits.
“McMafia” (11 p.m., AMC): In the season finale of this journey through an international labyrinth of criminals, money launderers and corrupt politicians, Alex flies to Moscow, where Vadim and Ilya are lying in wait for him.
TV listings, C3
MOVIES AVAILABLE TUESDAY ON DVD AND THROUGH DIGITAL PROVIDERS INCLUDE:
“Maze Runner: The Death Cure” (PG-13): The final film in the “Maze Runner” series stars Dylan O’Brien and Kaya Scodelario.
“Den of Thieves” (R): Police go outside the boundaries to catch a gang of bank robbers, who behave with equal disregard. Starring Gerard Butler and 50 Cent.
“Paddington 2” (PG): In this sequel, Paddington sets his sights on a book he means to give as a gift. With Ben Shishaw and Hugh Bonneville.
“Hostiles” (R): In this Western, an Army captain is tasked with transporting a Cheyenne chief through a contested territory. Starring Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike.
“Forever My Girl” (PG): A country music star tries to win back the love of his life. Starring Alex Roe and Jessica Rothe.
Ornaments display at Sutliff Museum
A collection of “The Original S’mores” ornaments is now on display at the Sutliff Museum, located in the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library, 444 Mahoning Ave. NW. Each ornament shows a snowman made out of marshmallows depicting various holidays, occupations, milestones of life and more. This exhibit will run through August.
The “Being a Victorian: Hygiene History of the 19th Century” exhibit is also open through August. It explores the hygiene habits of men and women living in the late 1800s and touches on the ways people kept themselves clean, including shaving. It also includes personal accessories that men and women used on a daily basis, including gloves and hats.
Admission to the Sutliff is free. The museum is open Wednesday and Thursday from 3-6 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 1-4 p.m.
The museum is a memorial to Levi and Phebe Sutliff, who were operators on the Underground Railroad in Trumbull County. For information or to arrange a tour, call 330-395-6575.