Here’s the third set of movies in my onging Patrick's 100 list. These comedies aren't the only comedies on my list, but these are definitely worth a look.
The FDA issued its third report on a dog food investigation looking into certain foods possibly being linked to a canine heart condition.
My theology received a compliment the other night when I spent time with a pastor who is in the process of starting a new church in my area.
If this week's Democratic debates are teaching us anything, it's that there's definitely such a thing as too many presidential candidates.
There is some debate about how reporters should clean up quotes from interviews...or whether they should make any changes at all.
When writing about something that is considered to be a sure thing, should that guaranteed outcome be referred to as a shoe-in or shoo-in?
For bloggers, when work-life balance begins to become unbalanced, your blog might start suffering right along with your contentment.
I began the ‘Patrick's 100’ series of favorite movies in 2008, but I am updating these posts to complete the full 100 titles, which I failed to do back then!
It's probably a bad sign, but I seem to be getting less surprised by the levels of social media rudeness I see on a daily basis.
For most churches, being baptized is a critical step. When I was a kid, the fact that I hadn't been by the time I was in grade school raised eyebrows.
Drug ads help make would-be customers aware of products that may help. But they also carry outrageous, sometimes hilarious disclaimers.
A terrible calamity is about to befall my community: a Chick-fil-A that does incredible business at all hours is closing for renovations!
For some grammar enthusiasts, few things are more annoying than non-words. People use them as if they're completely valid, even though they aren't.