A man, a plan, a civic mural. Plus, more authors.
From Liverpool, we're back in the U.S. for the next puzzle in the Year of Puzzles. Travel to Oceanside in Southern California for some time on the beach and a giant puzzle of pictures on the side of a building, by Eric Harshbarger, a mathematician, computer engineer, lego artist, and puzzle constructor. All you have to do is identify the pictures and put them in the right order.
Of course, it's never quite that simple.
Coming Up in the Year of Puzzles
After this puzzle, we've got lots more great stuff coming up ... we'll have puzzles by Puzzlemaster Will Shortz (New York Times Crossword Editor), Mike Shenk (Crossword Editor for the Wall Street Journal), Ken Jennings (you might have seen him on Jeopardy!), and Mike Selinker (creator and author of The Maze of Games), not necessarily in that order. The eighteenth puzzle, in September, will be a cryptic crossword by Joshua Kosman and Henri Picciotto (constructors of The Nation cryptic). And then there are the meta puzzles.
But first ...
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