Games & Humor Games, puzzles, and contests plus odd stories from comedy, art, and society.
If You Can Name It, They Can Sculpt It
Have Cell Phone Rings Gone Too Far?
A Chat with a Crossword Champ
S.S. Adams, the Original Gag Factory
'Perplexing Puzzlers' for April Fool's Day
Play Ball, Then Crunch the Numbers
Figuring 'The Physics of Basketball'
Going a Bit Batty over Cricket
Two Clues with Double the Fun
Checking the Math on a Huge Theoretical Problem
Vocal Impressions: Hearing Voices, Round Three
Ides of March After-Party: Roman Drinking Songs?
Birds Help You Tune In to Sounds of Spring
The on-air puzzle for this week has hidden "arms." Every answer is a familiar two-word phrase that uses the consecutive letters A,R,M. Specifically, the first word in the phrase will end in A,R, and the second word will start with M. For example, given the clue, Garage Worker, the answer would be, Car Mechanic.
The Hidden 'Arms' Hold the Answer