The Me Generation!

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Puzzle Notes

"But enough about me. Let's talk about you . . . what do you think of me? "
~Bette Midler in "Beaches"

Dear Friends,

We're well into the New Year and resolved to make a fresh start. May I recommend a cruciverbal New Year's resolution? It goes like this: carve out some "me" time, prepare your drink of choice, put up your feet and recharge the batteries by solving some puzzles. That's it. Lather, rinse, repeat -- until further notice.

Welcome to Week 658 of Crossword Nation. We resolutely invite you to solve "The Me Generation!" as your diversion of the week. Happy Puzzling!

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Cruciverbally yours and with respect,



Solvers of The New Yorker puzzles: Please check out my latest crossword, a "challenging" affair.

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But first ....

  1. Please check the Spam folder. Sometimes the Crossword Nation emails are redirected to Spam folders. This can happen after a software or system update. If it's not in the Spam folder, then try Step 2.
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Happy solving and be well!

Liz Gorski