Entertaiment — the fall 2011 issue of T E News, an abridged version of Transformational Entertainment News—was not easy to write. Its subject matter is voluminous, complex, and highly partisan: what might be considered art by one person may be dismissed as mere entertainment by another. And the familiar forms that have emerged in this realm have demonstrated a seemingly unlimited capacity for creative remix.
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From Old French entretenement; see entertain. Entertainers have the power to make people forget all their troubles and wish that this moment would never end.