Articles on Entertaiment
A pleasing, agreeable occupation or amusement: Solving the crossword puzzle is an entertainment for many. A divertingly adventurous, comic, or picaresque novel. Something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement: The ball was an elaborate entertainment. Hospitable provision for the wants and needs of guests: an entertaining program for children. Entertainment develops in response to changing cultural attitudes and social conditions. For example, activities traditionally associated with hunting or war have become spectator sports; and cooking has evolved into food television. Entertainment is adaptable for any scale, from a single person selecting private entertainment from the now enormous variety of pre-recorded products, to a banquet adapted for two people, to performances intended for a global audience.