Are written and spoken language really two different things?
How headlines have changed as media has evolved -- and how they haven't.
The linguistics behind "dishonorifics." In this kind of naming construction, clearly honorifics are added in an ironic, tongue-in-cheek way.
Place names are often intimately tied to nostalgia and history.
Strong language has a unique place in linguistics.
Charles Dickens' characters are famous for their elaborate, often hilarious names. Even for bit parts, Dickens' naming conventions were linguistically rich.