I don’t often visit Yahoo! Travel. I had the impression that it was a well-written site that wouldn’t provide many examples of errors that would prove instructive to Terribly Write’s readers. Maybe today’s headlines are atypical, but they sure provide some great fodder for a blog post.
It looks like someone ripped off the hyphen in rip-offs, which needs it when it’s used as a noun:
This isn’t a brand-new error; it’s a brand-new error. The hyphen is often missing from the adjective:
And my favorite is this headline about a restaurant called Warren where you have to carry your own tray and serve yourself macaroni and cheese and greasy fried chicken:
The Airbnb home was once the residence of Warren Buffett.