<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Entertainment Today]]> <![CDATA[Allman Brothers Band cuts ribbon on museum]]> The lyric inscription on what is no doubt the most psychedelic security gate in these parts — "And The Road," it reads, wrapped around an enormous mushroom, "Goes On ... Forever" — wasn't entirely accurate outside the Allman Brothers Museum at the Big House on Friday afternoon. The Brothers themselves were in town for a gig — their first Macon concert in 19 years — and they'd dropped back by their most hallowed haunt.]]> <![CDATA[Amp Inventor Jim Marshall Dead]]> Jim Marshall, inventor of one of rock & roll's most important innovations – the Marshall amplifier – has died at age 88.]]> <![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[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[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[Sony Pays $8 Million to Settle Digital Music Class Action Lawsuit]]> Over the past few months, the list of musicians suing major record labels over digital music revenue has grown. At issue in these cases is what musicians should get when a customer on a digital outlet like iTunes buys a song or album. Soon, in a breakthrough case involving Eminem's producers, a trial will be held to determine what damages look like when a court has determined that digital downloads should be treated as a "license" instead of a "sale," as many musicians argue is proper.]]> <![CDATA[The rise and fall and rise ... and fall of Rick Sanchez]]> <![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[A Coachella state of mind]]> Jay-Z's most talked about Coachella performance might not have been his headlining set on Friday. Though the rapper's triumphant hit parade overjoyed the tens of thousands of fans crowning the first night of their three-day odyssey of music, art and California desert vibes, spotting Jay's sunglassed visage at the side-stage indie rock shows became a favorite game for the audience.]]> <![CDATA[Mo. woman loses lawsuit over 'Girls Gone Wild' video]]> <![CDATA[Brandy's comeback trail begins on reality TV]]> It's only after performing a small set of hits in front of a packed house at West Hollywood's Key Club that Brandy appears nervous. Standing in front of the crowd, R&B singer Tank, who played host for the headlining gig, proclaims Brandy as the "best female R&B singer in the game."]]> <![CDATA[Natalie Wood death probed by ‘new generation’ of detectives]]> The death of Natalie Wood, who drowned during a 1981 boating excursion with husband Robert Wagner and co-star Chistopher Walken, was inadequately investigated at the time, according to the co-author of a book on the celebrated case.]]> <![CDATA[George Lucas talks about Disney's updated 'Star Tours' attraction]]> The new 3-D version of the Disney theme park ride "Star Tours" is a quantum leap above the original. Riders will face the unexpected — thousands of different permutations in the story line.]]> <![CDATA[Joss Stone 'fine,' two men arrested in alleged robbery-murder plot]]> Joss Stone was apparently the target of a robbery and murder plot involving swords and a body bag for which police said Wednesday two men had been arrested and detained in southwest England, near the soul and R&B singer's country home.]]> <![CDATA[The troubled flight of the 'Green Hornet' to screen]]> What's the buzz on "The Green Hornet"? Enough to make Michel Gondry as mad as one. After the director of the new action-comedy about a masked crime fighter, a cool car and a high-kicking sidekick saw fans stampeding out of the movie's Q&A panel at Comic-Con International this summer, Gondry lit into them with a vengeance not unlike that of the hero himself.]]> <![CDATA[Bret Michaels, CBS Settle Lawsuit Over Tony Awards Injury]]> Bret Michaels has settled a lawsuit against CBS over an injury he suffered during the 2009 Tony Awards. The singer had alleged that producers were to blame for him being smacked in the face by a descending set piece because they failed to tell him how to exit the stage safely.]]> <![CDATA[Jada Pinkett Smith calls the shots on 'HawthoRNe']]> Actress Jada Pinkett Smith gets a 10-minute break while the production crew of her TNT series "HawthoRNe" resets the lights inside a small house staged for a party scene.]]> <![CDATA[Kevorkian (played by Pacino) film captures quirks but addresses suicide issue]]> HBO's "You Don't Know Jack" tackles issues that remain divisive today. But for director Barry Levinson, whose movies range from the nostalgic buddy film "Diner" to the political satire "Wag the Dog," characters are what first draw him to projects. And Jack Kevorkian, the eccentric Michigan doctor who became a national symbol for the assisted-suicide movement and wound up spending eight years in prison, is the sort of personality who makes for fascinating drama.]]> <![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[Review: Lovable cops and terrifying cartels in 'End of Watch']]> Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena are a new breed of L.A. cops in End of Watch, writes Alison Willmore for MovieLine, and they're facing a new breed of enemy.]]>