Articles on Entertaiment
Something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement: a ball or other entertainment.
An agreeable occupation for the mind; an amusement or amusements: the daily crossword puzzle is an entertainment.
The term entertaintment is derived from the Latin intertenere, which means “to hold inside.” Its Indo-European root is ten, meaning to stretch or extend. The word can be applied to a wide variety of activities, including movies and television shows, music and dance performances, sports, games, reading books or poetry, and visual arts. Many forms of entertainment have the capacity to cross multiple media and can demonstrate a seemingly unlimited potential for creative remix, which has ensured their longevity and popularity. Entertainment often hits on themes that our brains were evolved to deeply react to in order to function in a social world, like backstabbing, murders, etc.