Here’s a great bunch of reasons to never skip the ad breaks. Today’s Friday Funny video is a collection of some of the best adverts you’ll ever see, featuring our friends from the animal kingdom.
In 2005, Penguin paid $100,000 for the English-language rights to Jiang Rong’s Wolf Totem, a coming-of-age tale set in Inner Mongolia.
Like the alchemists who once tried to turn lead into gold, a green entrepreneur says he has found a cost-effective method for turning plastic trash into oil.
Get your wolf suit out, channel your inner child and get ready to howl — it’s time for the wild rumpus to start. Spike Jonze’s eagerly awaited film adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s classic picture book “Where the Wild Things Are” arrives in cinemas across the U.S
British novelist Hilary Mantel snapped up the prestigious Man Booker Prize for Fiction on Oct. 6 for her novel Wolf Hall, a fictionalization of the life of Thomas Cromwell, adviser to Henry VIII, during the King’s attempts to produce a male heir to his throne
Patrick Swayze, whose hunky good looks and sympathetic performances in such films as “Dirty Dancing” and “Ghost” made him a romantic idol to millions, died Monday.