For the past two years, our April issue has placed its high beams on projects not generally associated with entertainment: corporate parties, auctions, weddings, trade shows, museums, fashion shoots, even pro wrestling (well, maybe that last one is your idea of entertainment). Dubbed "That's Entertainment, Too," we discovered with these special reports that such projects may have been weird and wacky, but they were also very lucrative, accounting for a healthy slice of the entertainment ...
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