This week, Ryan and Brian consider the legacy of The Phantom of the Opera, the responsibility of Yu Darvish, and the squishability of something that is both wet and soft. All that plus a contest puzzle from Neville Fogarty and Rachel Fabi, which you can download at https://www.dropbox.com/s/7865fgb7qppsgvu/fmi361con.puz?dl=1
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