Fashion designer Maria Pinto and Chicago Manual of Style editor Carol Saller discuss the ways in which “style” plays a part in their respective fields—and how they might overlap.
“Walk-off” is another example of fresh language turned into cliché.
On a point of grammar the Chicago Tribune and other publications constantly get wrong
You too can write comma laude
A few suggestions for a belated celebration
Mixed-race couples had a tough row to hoe in Gilded Age Illinois
Buddy Guy should have the right to use any construction he wants.