This Sunday-sized pun-fest puzzle represents its constructor's debut to our pages. After completing the puzzle (spoiler), learn more about the puzzle by clicking here for our "midrash."
Click here (two pages) or here (one page, for those with good eyesight) to view or download the puzzle in PDF format; here to download it as a puz file; here to download it as an ipuz file [requires the free Puzzazz app to solve]; here to solve the puzzle interactively (thanks to Jim Horne); here for the solution. Click here (two pages) or here (one page) for the original version of the puzzle, here for the puz file, here to download it as an ipuz file, here for interactive play, and here for the solution. We thank Martin Ashwood-Smith, Steve Bachman, Brent Hartzell, and Martin Herbach for beta testing this puzzle through several revisions.
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