Articles About Entertaiment
Entertaining, an agreeable occupation for the mind; a diversion or amusement: Solving a crossword puzzle is entertainment for many. The word derives from the medieval Latin intertenere, from the prefix inter meaning “inside” and the suffix tenere, from the Indo-European root ten, meaning to stretch or extend. Entertainment has evolved over time to include a wide range of experiences — from private entertainment by an individual who selects a movie, book or game; to entertaining a small group of friends; and up to performances for a large audience. Entertainment is a remarkably flexible concept that can adapt to changing circumstances and continue to be enjoyed for generations.