Since its debut on February 15, 1942, The New York Times has been presenting its readers with the ultimate in crossword puzzles and has established itself as an icon of American culture and leisure.
Puzzle clues are delectably clever as well as challenging. Solving them can be joyful, maddening, and always broadening. The Sunday New York Times crossword is a special delight––a highlight of The New York Times Magazine.
It’s larger than the daily puzzle, built around a special theme and abounding in wordplay and cultural references. It makes Sundays, or any day you single out for it, even more pleasurable. Sharpen your pencil, curl up someplace comfortable, and enjoy!