“America’s writing coach” explains how to artfully write a tweet, epitaph or ransom note
“You got further plucking the chicken in front of you than trying to start on one up a tree. Especially when the tree was in another country, and there might not even be another chicken”
Twisticuffs, tweetups, twirting. It’s getting downright twidiculous
As they say, you are what you tweet
Supporters may call him a “whistle-blower” but that term wasn’t always so congratulatory
Slang from the 18th century isn’t as “frowzy” as you might suspect
Today’s Supreme Court ruling nixed a federal definition. But there are plenty left
Four times per year, the Oxford English Dictionary fleshes out human history just a little bit more.
Short answer: big ol’ wind storm.
After seven months observing comedy routines and classes, one man shares what he learned.
There were also critics after President Wilson oversaw a spelling bee 100 years ago today. Some people are just too sensitive for words.
There were 11. And then there was one. O-N-E.