If you missed out on tickets to the Rolling Stones' sold-out show at MCI Center next Monday, take heart. A limited number are being made available through Tickets-for-Charity.com, a charitable Web site that launched in August. Tickets are sold at face value, but fans are asked to also make a minimum donation to one of the participating charities. Ticket prices range from $163 to $403 and minimum donations start at $50. For more information, go to www.Tickets-for-Charity.com . . .

George Clinton and various members of the P-Funk All-Stars will be at Tower Records, 2000 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, on Sunday at 4 p.m., to meet fans and sign copies of their new album, "How Late Do U Have 2 B B4 UR Absent?" . . .

A Philadelphia jury acquitted rapper Beanie Sigel (real name Dwight Grant) on Monday of charges that he shot a man outside a strip club in July 2003. The 31-year-old Sigel -- who was released from federal prison last month after serving time on an unrelated weapons charge -- faces another trial for allegedly breaking a man's eye socket in January 2003 . . .

A 30th-anniversary boxed set of Bruce Springsteen's 1975 album "Born to Run," featuring two DVDs of archival footage -- including a 1975 concert at London's Hammersmith Odeon -- is due in stores Nov. 15 . . . Three previously unreleased Nirvana tracks will be included in the new compilation "Sliver: The Best of the Box," out Nov. 1. The rest of the CD is composed of 19 tracks drawn from the 2004 boxed set "With the Lights Out."

-- Compiled by K. Wilcox,

from Web and wire reports

George Clinton will be CD-signing in Washington Sunday. Beanie Sigel, acquitted and relieved.