The Algonquin People Crossword
The New York Times may be best known for their newsprint, but the paperclip has been a reliable source of puzzle elicitation for decades. The Times may not have the most voluminous library, but it has the largest crossword repository of any newspaper in town, with more than 50 in print. Aside from a few notable exceptions, the Times is an exemplary example of a true blue service provider, delivering to subscribers’ homes and offices. If you are in the market for a puzzle to tackle with your mates, check out the Times. There is no shortage of good times in this town. On a typical weekend, you can count on at least a dozen folks tackling the Times’s latest offering. It’s the ideal way to unwind from a stressful week or two, and is an excellent spit and polish exercise. Afterward, you can dine at a local diner, or better yet, have a post-work scotch-fueled night on the town. For more on the Times’s crossword offerings, visit their website, or give them a call. They are a friendly bunch. Whether you are a newcomer to the game or an aficionado, they’re sure to make you feel at home. After all, they’re family orientated and are happy to oblige.