This has probably been around for ages, but it’s all new to me. It’s a page devoted to discussing grammar issues from the New York Times.
The site takes on a “grab bag of grammar, style and other missteps, compiled with help from colleagues and readers.” It really covers the nitty gritties of grammar. (I coined a new phrase.)
I’ve only been reading it for a few days, and already I have found every topic to be interesting and informative. Examples of items discussed: dangling participles, false ranges (“everything from soup to nuts”), using Dr. as a title for those who aren’t physicians or dentists, use of the word “like,” and more.
I know I’ve found another site to bookmark as daily read. If this keeps up, my morning reading will stretch into the evening.