Sunday Puzzle Each week, New York Times crossword puzzle editor and NPR's Puzzlemaster Will Shortz presents an on-air quiz to one contestant and gives a challenge for listeners at home.
The Key to the Answer? It's 'It'
Mixing Up Some Famous Names
Move It to the End of the Line
Coming in Second and Third
Find the Hidden World Capital
For Mother's Day, a Tribute to 'Ma'
Five Answers Cover the Coast
Re-Figuring Familiar Phrases
Shifting from One Phrase to Another
In the on-air puzzle this week, given a word, take the last two letters, reverse them, then think of a word starting with these two letters that can follow the original word to complete a familiar two-word phrase. For example, given "flat," you would take the last two letters, "at", and reverse them to make "tax," as in "flat tax."
Two-Letter, Two-Word Tango
'Perplexing Puzzlers' for April Fool's Day
Two Clues with Double the Fun