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Picture: That's Adam Perl, master of the Tiny Town Teaser tickling the ivories on a  66-key butterfly baby grand electric piano at his place, Pasttimes Antiques, in the DeWitt Mall in downtown Ithaca. Tiny keyboard has since been sold. 

If you liked last week's teaser chances are you'll enjoy this one but we make no guarantees there will not be hair lost as you puzzle this one out.

By the way that was not a crack about Adam's dome. We were just ribbin' ya. 

Good luck and look for the answers on Friday.

 

Last Updated on Monday, 08 February 2010 19:31
 

Tiny Town Teaser Debut!

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From the editor: We are proud to present our first Tiny Town Teaser by master puzzler Adam G. Perl.

Adam is a certified X-word wizard and has provided puzzles for such ballyhooed rags as The New York Times. 

He also once served as stage manager for an off-Broadway play called "No Place to Be Somebody," a damn good bit of theater that ought to be revived now that we have a Black President.

Adam also whistles. Professionally. We think it comes with being a word pro, a way of letting off steam from all that mental activity. 

If you think an itty-bitty three-letter crossword puzzle is a cinch, we suggest you keep coming back as Adam has a few surprises for you.

We intend to run Tiny Town Teasers as a regular semi-daily feature.

We also know you are most likely looking at this while at work. If so, beware the teaser. Send one to your boss. It should keep he/she/it off your ass for half an hour at the very least. Enough time for you to finish your own.   

Check for answers to today's puzzle in Saturday's Tiny Town Times. Ha! That means you have to check in over the weekend and help boost our ratings. Much appreciated. 

– C. Penbroke Handy

Last Updated on Monday, 08 February 2010 19:25
 


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