<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Entertainment Today]]> <![CDATA[The Who Announce 'Quadrophenia' Tour]]> The Who are heading back on the road after a four-year break and bringing their 1973 rock opera "Quadrophenia" with them. Surviving original members Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey announced the tour -- a 36-date romp through North America -- in a web press conference on Wednesday. They'll be playing the classic album in its entirety.]]> <![CDATA[Email: AEG Live pushed Michael Jackson's doctor]]> Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician for pop star Michael Jackson who allegedly prescribed too-high doses of too-strong drugs that ultimately caused Jackson's death, was apparently under pressure from Jackson's concert promoter, an email shows.]]> <![CDATA[Lil Wayne 'didn't want to disappear' while behind bars, debuts new album]]> <![CDATA[‘L Word’ actress taken off plane for kissing girlfriend, she says]]> An actress on the “The L Word” TV series says she was kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight for kissing her girlfriend.]]> <![CDATA[Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin to Perform at Whitney Houston's Funeral]]> When Whitney Houston is laid to rest on Saturday, she will receive an all-star tribute. Both Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder are confirmed to perform at the singer's memorial service in Newark, New Jersey, a spokesperson for the Houston family told Reuters today.]]> <![CDATA[The Knife slays Denver]]> I have something of a love-hate relationship with The Knife's performance at The Fillmore in Denver last night. ]]> <![CDATA[Nicollette Sheridan Takes the Stand in 'Desperate Housewives' Trial]]> Former Desperate Housewives actress Nicollette Sheridan has taken the witness stand in the trial over her claim that she was fired by ABC after complaining about being hit by series creator Marc Cherry.]]> <![CDATA[There's nothing Common about this rapper's acting ambitions]]> Common is running a little late for his interview. But he's a musician, right? That's to be expected. "No man, I'm an actor, man. I'm an actor," he says, laughing. And so he is. Th]]> <![CDATA[Benefit concert honors Mark Vann]]> <![CDATA['Crazy, Stupid, Love,' 'Bridesmaids,' 'Modern Family,' '30 Rock,' lead Comedy Awards nominations]]> The nominations for the second annual Comedy Awards were announced today. Television series Modern Family and 30 Rock and films Bridesmaids and Crazy, Stupid, Love all lead the pack with five nominations apiece, while Louis C.K. also picked up five nods, three of which come from his FX series Louie.]]> <![CDATA['Fading Gigolo' to open Boulder International Film Fest]]> The Boulder International Film Fest will announce its full lineup until Jan. 27.]]> <![CDATA[Officials hope Lindsay Lohan won't get Paris Hilton treatment in jail]]> Many in Los Angeles law enforcement are hoping Lindsay Lohan is not the new Paris Hilton. Lohan is due to surrender Tuesday to a Beverly Hills judge to begin her 90-day sentence in a nearby Lynwood jail, but it remains unclear exactly how much time she will spend behind bars.]]> <![CDATA[Jay-Z goes where rappers haven't tread before: Glastonbury, Coachella …]]> The plan was to rock the mike, not cause an identity crisis. In 2008, when Jay-Z was named as a headlining act for Britain's fiercely rock-centric Glastonbury Festival — a first for any hip-hop performer, let alone one of rap's epochal superstars — the island nation erupted in furious debate. They're giving a rapper domain over one of rock's elite events? Critics derided the decision as "a disaster" and "tragic," assailing Glastonbury itself as "contaminated." No less an eminence than Noel Gallagher of the Brit-pop quintet Oasis provided an antagonistic voice of dissent. "I'm sorry, but Jay-Z? No chance," Gallagher said in an interview with the BBC, citing the festival's "history of guitar music."]]> <![CDATA[Dismemberment Plan play first new songs in a decade, hint at more on the way]]> Every time a beloved band reunites for live shows, some amount of will-they-or-won't-they speculation starts about the possibility they'll write new songs together.]]> <![CDATA[The movie ‘Scarface’ is revered nearly 30 years later]]> <![CDATA[Oliver Stone fires back at critics of his latest, 'South of the Border']]> It's a Monday night in Los Angeles, and Oliver Stone is causing trouble. The provocateur filmmaker has just finished showing his new documentary "South of the Border" — a shameless if genial piece of agitprop about leftist leaders in South America and Cuba — to a group of Southern California intimates and progressives. From the stage after the film, inside the lobby screening room of the marble-and-glass Century City offices of Creative Artists Agency, Stone is running through U.S.-perpetrated injustices and misperceptions in South America as he sees them.]]> <![CDATA[Lindsay Lohan Set to Return As 'SNL' Host]]> Though she doesn't have any film, TV, or music projects to promote, Lindsay Lohan will be hosting the next episode of Saturday Night Live, two weeks from now on March 3.]]> <![CDATA[Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake talk about sleeping together , onscreen]]> Mila Kunis feels the need to set the record straight. Yes, she was sharing a steamy love scene with Justin Timberlake in their sex comedy "Friends with Benefits." Yes, she knew Timberlake's reputation as a lady-killer, from Britney to Fergie, Alyssa Milano, Cameron Diaz, Jessica Biel and maybe Olivia Wilde. And, yes, she dozed off in the middle of said sexy scene. But she can explain.]]> <![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[Full lineup for Sasquatch announced]]> Sasquatch Music Festival has announced its full lineup for its new two-weekend format, with the first iteration going down May 23-25 (Labor Day Weekend) and the second July 4-6.]]>