<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Entertainment Today]]> <![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[Katy Perry, John Mayer break up]]> Singers Katy Perry and John Mayer have apparently ended their relationship, a source has told PEOPLE Magazine.]]> <![CDATA[Fact is, 'Priest' star Paul Bettany is fine with vampires]]> In his new 3-D action film "Priest," Paul Bettany plays a laconic warrior with a cross tattooed on his face, a man who channels divine power to combat the vampire menace that terrorizes the citizens of a post-apocalyptic realm. But it's not entirely new territory for the English actor, whose resume includes "A Knight's Tale," "A Beautiful Mind" and "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World."]]> <![CDATA[Newsweek's website just used the words 'sizzurp' and 'drank' in a headline]]> Awkwarder than a Papal Harlem Shake video: The Daily Beast, Newsweek's website, recently wrote a story on Lil Wayne's health issues that included the words "sizzurp" and "drank" in its headline.]]> <![CDATA[Almost two years after his death, Bernie Mac is still missed]]> In his bathroom, Bernie Mac lit a firecracker, spread ketchup on himself and pretended that he had been shot — much to the horror of his wife. In a friend's bathroom, he placed fake dung on the ground, leading Super Bowl partygoers to believe someone had missed their porcelain mark.]]> <![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[See Metallica freeze em all in Antartica]]> Chances are, you don't live in Antartica. And that means you probably missed Metallica's "Freeze 'Em All," show there earlier this month. That's okay. You can now see video of the ]]> <![CDATA[Communikey releases lineup for April festival]]> The seventh Communikey Festival, put on by the Communikey (CMKY) organization, will be taking place in Boulder April 10-13. The festival features electronic music and performances along with symposiums and other events.]]> <![CDATA[Scottish actress plays Irish character in HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire']]> Actress Kelly Macdonald believes in Fate. She probably should. Because at 20, without any training, she hustled off to an audition for the movie "Trainspotting" with no idea of ever doing it.]]> <![CDATA[Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Comic Dana Gould Developing Comedy at FX]]> FX is adding another rock star to its potential lineup. The male-skewing cable network is developing a half-hour comedy with Foo Fighters' singer-songwriter Dave Grohl and comedian Dana Gould that would revolve around a rock band on the verge of stardom and breaking up.]]> <![CDATA[Dave Grohl's collective Sound City Players play 3-hour set at Sundance]]> Pulling together Stevie Nicks, Rick Springfield, most of Nirvana and the singer from Slipknot seems unlikely enough. Getting them together on a Utah stage is even less likely.]]> <![CDATA[Zombies in Boulder]]> <![CDATA[Four or more for Music Director]]> Rumors have been swirling around Chautauqua all summer. When the Colorado Music Festival announced its summer season, it was stated that three of the guest conductors were candidates to replace ]]> <![CDATA[New video from Boulder band, The Ridgelings]]> Boulder Americana band, The Ridgelings, is hustling the internet to put out its first album, no small feat even in the age of digital recording.  The band just gave a peek behind the curtain w]]> <![CDATA['The Sopranos,' 'Seinfeld' ranked best-written shows in history]]> The current state of television, both drama and comedy series, has inspired some to call this a period of renaissance for television writing. The Walking Dead, Mad Men, Game of Thrones and others earn accolades for the quality of their writing.]]> <![CDATA[Upcoming season will be the last for 'Desperate Housewives']]> <![CDATA[BREAKING: Rolling Stones critic Peter Travers names movies he doesn't like]]> Take a glance at any mediocre movie's poster and you're likely to see a Peter Travers quote.]]> <![CDATA[Scott Pelley named anchor of CBS 'Evening News']]> <![CDATA[Jaime Escalante, teacher who was subject of 'Stand and Deliver,' dies at 79]]> Jaime Escalante, the charismatic former East Los Angeles high school teacher who taught the nation that inner-city students could master subjects as demanding as calculus, died Tuesday. He was 79. The subject of the 1988 box-office hit "Stand and Deliver," Escalante died at his son's home in Roseville, in northern California, said actor Edward James Olmos, who portrayed the teacher in the film. Escalante had bladder cancer.]]> <![CDATA[Kanye West to premiere new short film at Cannes Film Festival]]> Part of Kanye West’s greatness lies in his ability to stand in two worlds at once. He’s both an impossibly rich frontrunner and a perpetual underdog.]]>