11 Shortz-era entries found. Click any date for context. See the dictionary definition.
|Sunday, October 6, 2013||81D||Three-time Olympics host||Patrick Berry|
|Monday, August 6, 2012||50D||2012 Olympics locale, with a hint to the ends of the answers to the six starred clues||Lynn Lempel|
|Sunday, June 17, 2012||29A||Dickensian setting||Kyle T. Dolan|
|Sunday, May 1, 2011||34D||2012 Olympics site||Xan Vongsathorn|
|Thursday, July 1, 2010||16A||With 8-Across, world's oldest subway system?||Clive Probert|
|Wednesday, November 23, 2005||48D||"White Fang" author||Levi Denham|
|Wednesday, December 6, 2000||47D||Where Wembley is||Mel Taub (and crossword class)|
|Sunday, May 10, 1998||78D||Tower site||Rich Silvestri|
|Saturday, October 19, 1996||15A||Site of the world's first subway||G. Petgrave|
|Friday, December 29, 1995||55A||Old Rolling Stones record label||Jeff Herrington|
|Wednesday, July 19, 1995||49D||#104||Nancy S. Ross|
1 result for LONDON from Variety puzzles.
|January 3, 2010||acrostic||I||Author of the 1908 story "To Build a Fire"||Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon|
5 results for LONDON from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Wednesday, June 26, 1991||48D||Site of the Guildhall||Eugene T. Maleska||Maleska|
|Sunday, February 18, 1990||57A||Jack or Julie||Jeanette K. Brill||Maleska|
|Tuesday, June 6, 1989||42D||Where the pussy cat has been||Wilson McBeath||Maleska|
|Saturday, February 27, 1988||41D||Holmes's home||Arthur S. Verdesca||Maleska|
|Tuesday, January 19, 1982||10A||Famous bridge||Herb L. Risteen||Maleska|