Updated: November 24, 2014
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Some of the year's best films are heading for the box office

Hollywood has saved some of its best movies for last as Oscar season approaches. Here is a list of the holiday films coming soon to a theater near you. Full Story
'Mockingjay' biggest opening of the year
The $123 million opening was the lowest for the franchise, however. Full Story

1D, Katy Perry win big at American Music Awards
The 2014 American Music Awards were held Sunday in Los Angeles. Full Story

York Weekend Roundup: Theater trivia, Vegansgiving, Lewis Black and more
The York Weekend Roundup highlights fun events around York County from Nov. 21-28. Full Story

Follow the Yellow Brick Road to YLT's 'Wizard of Oz'
Embark on a magical adventure with Dorothy — and her little dog, too — in "The Wizard of Oz." Full Story

'Mockingjay — Part 1' is a glum set-up for the 'Hunger Games' finale
It's not a bad film, but it is a tedious, dark and hazy introduction leading up to the climactic action. Full Story

Monthly coffeehouse in Spry
Otterbein United Methodist Church of Spry will host its monthly Songbird CafĂ© Friday. Full Story

'The 39 Steps' opens Friday at Susquehannock High School
Susquehannock High School Theatre will present its fall play Friday through Sunday. Full Story

Northern York School District's elementary cast peforms Aesop's 'Musical Foibles'
The Northern York County School District's elementary cast of Aesop's "Musical Foibles" will perform at 7 p.m. Friday. Full Story

Thanksgiving workshop in Lewisberry
The Annie E. Sterline Library in Lewisberry will host a workshop on setting the table for Thanksgiving and making a centerpiece. Full Story

Los Angeles freeway sign unveiled with typo

LOS ANGELES (AP) — No one noticed the mistake until the morning after the sign was installed above Interstate 710 in Southern California. Full Story
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Review: 'Horrible Bosses 2' doesn't work

The characters of the modern workplace comedy, like the rest of us, don't know how to make a living anymore. Full Story