Media and Entertainment
- Bar (dance), a form of dance that originated in Western Armenia and continue to be found in modern Turkey. The word "Bar" (պար) means dance in the Armenian language
- Bar (music), a segment of time in musical notation
- The Bar (painting), by John Brack
- The Bar (book) (1906), a book by Margery Williams
- Bay Area Reporter, a newspaper
- Biblical Archaeology Review, a journal
- The Bar (TV series), a Swedish reality television program
- The Bar (radio network), a 24-hour music network produced by Waitt Radio Networks
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