<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Entertainment Today]]> <![CDATA[Comcast's Steve Burke to lead NBC Universal after Jeff Zucker's exit]]> <![CDATA[Tom Cruise suited up for time-trap blockbuster]]> Ever wanted to combine Groundhog Day and Starship Troopers?]]> <![CDATA[Anthony Bourdain Exits Travel Channel for CNN]]> Globe trotting No Reservations star Anthony Bourdain is leaving Travel Channel for CNN.]]> <![CDATA[Meat Puppets stage a hodown at The Fox]]> Moistboyz and Meat Puppets hosted a grungy, moshy hoe-down at the Fox on Tuesday, April 2. Moistboyz, a hard rock, heavy metal punk group lead by Mickey “Moist” (also known as Mickey M]]> <![CDATA[Colorado Shakespeare 'monitoring weather']]> Boulder is currently facing a flashflood warning expected to last through later on Wednesday, July 30, with at least 1-2 inches of rain expected. Since Colorado Shakespeare Festival performs some o]]> <![CDATA[Skrillex: Eight Wild Nights and Busy Days With the Superstar]]> Skrillex: Eight Wild Nights and Busy Days With the Superstar]]> <![CDATA[Alyssa Milano returns to prime time in ABC's 'Romantically Challenged']]> The list of flaws plaguing the new ABC sitcom, "Romantically Challenged," begins with its premise and builds from there. Alyssa Milano plays Rebecca Thomas, the show's lead character. She's a recently divorced mom who is just now "putting herself out there" and struggling to make sense of the dating game. Stop right there. We're talking about Alyssa Milano. The stunningly beautiful Alyssa Milano. And she's supposed to be "romantically challenged"? Sorry, we're not buying it. Not for a minute.]]> <![CDATA[Rush Limbaugh: Batman Villain Was Named “Bane” To Hurt Mitt Romney]]> The Clear Channel radio personality said in today’s broadcast that the makers of Warner Bros‘ The Dark Knight Rises are surreptitiously trying to brainwash audiences by naming the film’s villain “Bane.” You know, like Mitt Romney’s former employer: Bain Capital.]]> <![CDATA[Gary Shteyngart]]> In his recent memoir, Little Failure, the acclaimed novelist writes about his experiences growing up in the Soviet Union and moving to the United States before his native country’s government collapsed.]]> <![CDATA[Andrew Bird's performance at Chautauqua was the anti-Kanye]]> When I first heard that Kanye West had referred to himself as “the Michael Jordan of music,” I immediately recalled the first time I heard Andrew Bird’s instrumental Useless C]]> <![CDATA['Book of Mormon' is the big winner at Tonys]]> "The Book of Mormon," the exuberantly foul-mouthed hit show about comically mismatched missionaries in AIDS-ravaged Africa from former CU students Matt Stone and Trey Parker, won the award for best musical, along with eight other awards, and Nick Stafford's "War Horse," starring a life-size puppet of a noble steed, won five awards capped by the best play trophy at Sunday's Tony Awards ceremony.]]> <![CDATA[Kanye West, the Throne, Beyonce Lead BET Awards Nominations]]> BET Awards viewers will be watching the Throne. Kanye West and Jay-Z's collaboration has five nominations at this year's ceremony, including Best Group, Best Collaboration and two nominations for Video of the Year ("N***as in Paris" and "Otis"). (West earned solo nominations for Best Director and Best Collaboration, giving him seven overall nods.)]]> <![CDATA['Conan': Premiered on TBS]]> <![CDATA[Netflix nabs 'Mad Men' rerun rights]]> <![CDATA[McCartney: Yoko didn't break up the Beatles]]> Nothing's more gripping and thrilling than 40-year-old debates, right? Right folks??]]> <![CDATA['Nikita' delivers a new TV action hero]]> <![CDATA[Gil Scott-Heron was America's soul poet]]> Public Enemy's Chuck D once said hip-hop was black America's CNN. If so, Gil Scott-Heron was the network's first great anchorman, presaging hip-hop and infusing soul and jazz with poetry, humor and pointed political commentary.]]> <![CDATA[Win tickets to all 3 Phish shows through our Facebook page]]> Phish is ending another tour with a three-day stay in Denver, and Boulder Weekly is giving away tickets to all three nights.]]> <![CDATA[Jeff Conaway, actor in 'Grease' and 'Taxi,' dies at 60]]> Jeff Conaway, an actor who came to fame in the late 1970s as a high school greaser in the hit movie musical "Grease" and as a regular on the TV series "Taxi" but in more recent years was known for his appearances on "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew," died Friday. He was 60.]]> <![CDATA[Cinemark chain threatens to not show ‘Tower Heist’]]>