There are certain words and phrases that I have to stop and think about when I’m writing, like In To or Into.
I am trying a new blog comment platform called Epoch and I’d like to try it out. Will you help? Last week, I wrote …
At dinner last night, as I was about to pay for the meal, I noticed something unusual about the restaurant tip guide printed on my check.
Do you know how to drive a car equipped with a manual transmission? If so, you happen to be in a rapidly-shrinking minority.
An Oregon church is apparently reconsidering its stance that prohibits fat worship team members from leading worship after its rules were leaked online.
Minneapolis-based Target announced it is removing a variety of clown masks from its 1,799 stores and its website as this ridiculous clown scare continues.
I received a most disturbing email from what was purported to be Livefyre, the comment plugin proudly used by this site and many, many others around the globe.
You’re writing and you stop to ask yourself if that next word should be throes or throws. That means you’ve encountered another pair of annoying homophones that make English such a challenge!
Last week, I wrote that staying even a couple of days ahead of your blogging schedule won’t guarantee that you won’t suffer some major interruption.
When I first drove home from the newsroom after Hurricane Matthew had passed us by, I was worried about one tree in particular.
I’m sad to have to report that it’s official: enjoying a bit of cake batter while you wait for the cake to come out of the oven is, apparently, out of the question.
I’ve come to believe that two of the most disappointing words you could find on a church’s website are ‘Biblical inerrancy.’