"Entertainment Weekly, " just as it indicates, is a magazine that comes out every week. It's main thrust is the entertainment medium and it provides very frank commentary about the latest music albums and concerts, movies, television shows and more. I usually read a copy of it whenever I can and purchase it sporadically, although I haven't decided yet whether or not I want to subscribe to it. I do enjoy reading the reviews, since "Entertainment Weekly" gives a very honest assessment on whether a particular album, book or movie is worth spending your money on. Granted, that might be a little unfair for the music, book, t.v. show or film in question, since it's a matter of the reviewer's personal take, but it's usually pretty much on target. Also, you can find out who's hot and who's not, in terms of box office and ratings, although that doesn't really matter all that much to me. "Entertainment Weekly" is pretty glossy and primarily seems to be aimed at people in their 20's and 30's, but I still enjoy it, nevertheless.