AYESHA RASCOE, HOST: And it’s time to play the puzzle. (MUSIC SOUND EXTRACTION) RASCOE: Will Shortz is joining us. He is Puzzle Editor of The New York Times and Puzzle Master of WEEKEND EDITION. It’s good to talk to you, Will. WILL SHORTZ, BYLINE: Hello, Ayesha. RASCOE: So remind usRead More →

On-Air Challenge: I’m going to give you two 4-letter words. Rearrange the letters of one of them to get a synonym for the other. Which word is the synonym and which is the anagram is up to you to find out. Ex. SOUP WORK –> OPUS (anagram of “soup”, synonymRead More →

On-Air Challenge: I’m going to give you two 4-letter words. Rearrange the letters of one of them to get a synonym for the other. Which word is the synonym and which is the anagram is up to you to find out. Ex. SOUP WORK –> OPUS (anagram of “soup”, synonymRead More →

On-Air Challenge: I’m going to give you two 4-letter words. Rearrange the letters of one of them to get a synonym for the other. Which word is the synonym and which is the anagram is up to you to find out. Ex. SOUP WORK –> OPUS (anagram of “soup”, synonymRead More →

How many new words can you create by rearranging the letters in “Book Fair This Week”? Or what about “directory orders due”? A number apparently, judging by the creative pun that has become commonplace with the interchangeable letters on the North Canton Elementary sign. “Sometimes they thought we wouldn’t noticeRead More →