October 13, 2013
Source: The New York Times
Alex Gibney: Sunday Review
PUZZLINGLiberty Puzzles are made of wood so they don’t have that cruddy folded-paper feeling. It actually feels good to put the puzzle pieces in place. And the puzzle pieces are cut in shapes like maybe cranes or a hawk with its wingspan out. It’s one of those things where I’m supposed to be on my way out the door to work, and my wife finds me over at the puzzle table. They are very hard to put together and addictive.
Kate Murphy is a journalist in Houston who writes frequently for The New York Times.
A version of this op-ed appears in print on October 13, 2013, on page SR2 of the New York edition with the headline: Alex Gibney.