Maybe people waited too long to introduce this particular fake word, but after watching people's behavior, I think we need Pandemiquette lessons!
Every Aug. 10, the world — or at least part of it — celebrates Vlogging Day. A vlog, for those who don't know, is a blog conducting on video.
The family of a Texas man composed a harsh obituary to point blame for their loved one's COVID-19 death on politicans and those who refuse to wear masks.
Grocery stores are restocking toilet paper, but they're still out of products like Lysol and Clorox Wipes. If you're waiting for the latter, get used to it.
Believe it or not, we have finally reached the final edition of Patrick’s 100 Movies. And I saved some heavy hitters for this list!
The Associated Press reached a decision on whether to follow its rule on capitalizing Black as a race with a similar rule about whether to capitalize White.
This Wednesday — and every Aug. 5 — is Blogger Day. And by 'Blogger,' I don't mean a person who blogs. I mean that famous blogging platform Google now owns.
This week, former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain died from complications of COVID-19. The discussion about his death seems to miss an important point.
For a decade, Archie and Edith Bunker were a part of Americana, appearing each week in the hit Normal Lear sitcom 'All in the Family.'
The National Hurricane Center expects a tropical wave in the Atlantic to become Tropical Storm Isaias on Wednesday. That's the ninth storm of the season.
Every time there's a story about someone digging up a possible cannonball or other war "souvenir," there's a battle over ordinance or ordnance.
I just learned this weekend that Kelly Stern, a blogger I met online when I lived in Richmond died just a few days after he turned 50.
Actress Olivia De Havilland, the last surviving major star from 'Gone With the Wind' died Saturday at her Paris home at 104 years old.