Tag Archives: Writing

It’s National Punctuation Day! Punctuate Accordingly.

by Connie Mercado Let’s face it, the English language can be tough to learn to speak, as well as read.  For instance, the word tough.  If you w... Read More »

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Top 10 Posts from 10 Years of Blogging

by Karen Kacir On this day 10 years ago, Curley & Pynn published its first post on this blog. Since 2008, our industry has seen dramatic cha... Read More »

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!!NOW HIRINIG!!

by Heather Keroes Do I have your attention?  Between the all-caps headline, exclamation points and obvious misspelling of “hiring,” I’d say ... Read More »

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The Power of Print

by Roger Pynn Sometimes print is still the most powerful medium. Today’s Annapolis Capital editorial page is simply overwhelming. As a form... Read More »

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Death

by Roger Pynn One thing you can look forward to when you die is that you won’t have to read the news.  After all, it is pretty depressing. Ho... Read More »

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