Since grammar is the most popular topic here at ‘Patrick’s Place,’ I thought it would be interesting to find the most-read grammar posts of the past year.
I was a little surprised when I stumbled across an article with suggestions about getting your blog ready for 2020. After all, how do you do so?
In my last post, I mentioned one television show I'm looking forward to focuses on what would happen if Christ came back today.
I stumbled across a list of the most anticipated new TV shows of 2020. But there are only two that I'm really interested in.
Christmas music is difficult to escape this time of year, but I've noticed that today's Christmas songs don't quite have the magic that they used to.
Donder or Donner? If you've ever had doubts about your memory of the reindeer traditionally listed in seventh place, you're not alone.
I read an interesting article about the best time to publish a blog post, but the one thing I’m sure about is that it won’t work for everyone.
The Hallmark Network temporarily pulled commercials featuring brides in a same-sex marriage, but then quickly apologized and reversed their course.
When I read about a musician who’s managed to lose almost three dozen pairs of AirPods, an obvious thought occurred to me.
The military is looking into ok symbols made by cadets and midshipmen during ESPN coverage of the Army-Navy game to determine what the symbols really meant.
If there's one thing I see people struggling with in my real job's copyediting component, it's how to place punctuation around quotation marks.
WordPress introduced its controversial Gutenberg Editor one year ago, but some users are still resisting the change...just because they can.
The store where I worked my first job, the Kmart in West Columbia, is scheduled to close its doors for the last time this weekend.