In one week, ‘The New York Times’ Crossword will abandon the .puz format, but industrious fans are already creating their own solutions.
600 people have signed a letter to the executive director of puzzles at the New York Times, asking the department to stop specifically catering to older white men.
We unearthed today's puzzle from some Siberian permafrost.
This week's puzzle will make you believe God is a woman.
In this week's puzzle, we head to a recent high-profile meeting you may have heard about.
Solve the Internet is a new weekly mini crossword puzzle for the extremely online.
The answers seem obvious at first, but you should tread Caerphilly.
In art news, the Met announces record high attendance amidst financial difficulties, and a Keith Haring Mural is in danger of being torn down by developers.
The Toronto rapper drops two tracks, including a Sango-produced banger.
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