Silver Spring’s Regal Majestic to remain open after parent company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Cineworld Group — the world’s second-largest movie chain operator and owner of Regal Cinemas — has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to a company statement. Cineworld said in its statement that its locations — including the Regal Magestic at 900 Ellsworth Drive in downtown Silver Spring — will remain open. [Source of the Spring]

Montgomery County firefighters rescue cat trapped behind house’s walls

Fire and rescue responders in Montgomery County rescued a cat trapped in a home’s first-floor walls Saturday morning. Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service received a call from Strauss Terrace in Calverton about the stuck cat. Firefighters said in a tweet that the cat fell from a third-floor crawl space down to first floor, where it got trapped behind the walls. [WTOP]

Bethesda company creates carrot chews for grown-ups

Eat the Change, the plant-friendly Bethesda snack company founded by Honest Tea inventor Seth Goldman and D.C. celebrity chef Spike Mendelsohn, has launched Organic Carrot Chews. Eat the Change already markets Cosmic Carrot Chews, a vegetable snack for kids. [WTOP]

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