Can you please clear up the fuzziness of these puzzles..the last 2 weeks have played havoc with my eyes as they are being presented blurred a wee bit..Other puzzle sites are good.
Wrong puzzle on the larger download.
I had this same problem but do this...click on Download Larger PDF on this puzzle. It will bring up the 7/6/16 puzzle but this time, go to the URL and just change the 06 at the end of the address to 13, so it will read http://www.indyweek.com/crossword/crossword713.pdf instead of http://www.indyweek.com/crossword/crossword706.pdf. This brings up the correct puzzle.
Could you please put up the correct puzzle to print; last weeks puzzle keeps coming up to print..
Can you please fix this puzzle to download in larger PDF.
Rick, here it is:
When will the June 8th puzzle be available?
You did not load 5.25.16 Sudoku solution?
"Romeo's flowery words?" Really? Hmmph.
I wish you offered a method of solving online, like Across Lit puz format
Thanks for letting us know! The error has been fixed.
You have this placed in the crossword solution and not in crossword puzzle listed.
The March 23rd puzzle solution is available, but not the March 23rd puzzle itself.
The one thing we can always count on with Indy Crossword puzzles is that you can't count on them . . .
The page has been corrected, now linking to the correct file. Thanks!
I have never been as stuck on any Sudoku the way i am with the March 9 puzzle. I finally gave up and decided to look for the solution here. But this is the solution to last week's puzzle. Any chance you can publish the correct solution?
Hey guys....this is the wrong game sometime solutions for 3-9.....thought I would let you know
There is no clue listed for 123 Across.
Anent today's (Oct 14) crossword puzzle clue 89 down: I hope I'm not the only one to remind you and your crossword creators that E. E. Cummings preferred to be referred to as E. E. Cummings, rather than e. e. cummings. Publishers insisted on "highlighting" his name by dropping it into lower case letters, but Mr. Cummings never approved. (Apparently, your Spellcheck agrees with me, also!)
Sudoku using letters of the alphbet - how very clever!!!!!
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