The L.A. Times was fast to respond to the rising popularity of crossword puzzles in the 1920’s. They published their first weekly puzzle in this decade and readers were quick to tell the paper how much they enjoyed it. Within a few years, they began publishing daily puzzles. The publishers eventually made the Sunday puzzle more difficult and comprehensive compared to the weekday puzzles. Completing the Sunday puzzle is a challenge that many keen crossword solvers eagerly take up each week.
How Often Are L.A. Times Crossword Puzzles Published?
The L.A. Times publishes a puzzle every day of the week. The Sunday puzzle is the hardest. They also publish mini crossword, word search, and Sudoku puzzles daily. You can view the full range here.