The daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1961-current, July 30, 2015, Image 26

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64 Maui or Bali: Abbr.
65 Having more liabilities than assets
66 Secret spot
68 Catch
69 Milan’s La ____
71 Primitive kind of camera
72 Fracking opening
73 Atlanta sch.
74 Some written rants
76 StubHub purchase: Abbr.
79 Like fine wine
81 It may be filled in with a No. 2 pencil
82 Postpone
83 Paris’s ____-Coeur
85 Batting positions
87 “Aargh!”
89 Drinking songs?
91 Go after following a hung jury, say
92 “Casablanca” escape-route city
93 50 or more people?
95 Tour grp. since 1950
96 “Incidentally,” in a text
97 Button material
99 Biblical spy
101 “Friday the 13th” movies, e.g.
106 Sign up to receive email alerts, say
107 Like
108 Tree spirit
110 Jordan’s Queen ____ International
Airport
111 Hollywood director Sam
112 Tightrope walker’s concern
115 Unlike wild horses
116 Multinational bank
117 Cry outside an airport
118 Glacial ridges
119 Ending with walk or run
120 Idiot
121 River with a “dreadful shore,” in
Shakespeare
122 They line many ski runs
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Sound like a bird
Certain Arabian
Soar above the sea, say
Fed, e.g.: Abbr.
Quaint sign starter
Caution for drivers on city streets
Party on a beach
Blows it
“Ready for takeoff!”
Pair of figures in Raphael’s “Sistine
Madonna”
Remains
Rubber stamps
Change places
Avoidance maneuver
Priests, e.g.
“Heavens!”
“You have a point”
Tangle up
Greens ____
What L.A. is represented in twice
Baseball’s Buck
Place to set a trap
Poet’s planet
Tax dodger’s discovery
Madeline of “What’s Up, Doc?”
Put an end to
French play that inspired an Italian opera
1987 Michael Douglas/Glenn Close
blockbuster
Tire hazard
Palestinian political group
____ Fein (Irish political group)
Savory dish with a crust
Toy poodles, e.g.
Nothing
Old Olds
Santa Claus player in a 2003 comedy
“Clair de Lune” composer





























tions in excess of the entry
fee are welcome.
DJ imcodefour will be
spinning tunes. Costumes
are encouraged. A cocktail
bar will be available for ages
21 and older.
The Q Center is housed
in The Harbor offices at
1361 Duane St. and wel-
comes all interested indi-
viduals in the lower Colum-
bia region to participate and
get involved.
MANZANITA — The Hoff-
man Center for the Arts will
celebrate the night sky with
two events this weekend.
The Once in a Blue Moon
event at 7 p.m. Friday, July
31 will include a variety
show featuring local indi-
viduals and groups perform-
ing moon-themed music and
acts.
A blue moon is rare be-
cause it happens only when
a second full moon appears
in any particular month.












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cally
Ship window
Game with rings
Nursery purchases
Heart test, for short
Ivy League home
Certain angels
Great Plains Indian
Mythical monsters
Simple solution
Mimosa, for one
96 Undeserved reputation
98 Woman of Camelot
100 “The Lord of the Rings” creature
102 Not keep up
103 Like Navy SEALs
104 Some contents of a Masonic manual
105 “____ who?”
108 “Darn!”
109 Classic theater name
113 Mork and Worf
114 Jackie’s Onassis
Lower Columbia Q Center Hoffman Center celebrates the night sky
hosts Big Gay Skate Night Enjoy Once in a Blue Moon, ‘Starry Night’ artist reception
ASTORIA — It’s time to get
your gay skate on and sup-
port the local LGBTQ com-
munity.
The Lower Columbia Q
Center is hosting its second
gay skate night from 8 to 11
p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1 at the
Astoria Armory, located at
1636 Exchange St.
This Big Gay Skate Night
is an event for ages 18 and
older. Admission is $3, and
skate rentals are $2. Dona-


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62 Ogle
65 “But, soft! What light through yonder
window breaks?” e.g.
67 “Yeah, whatever you say”
70 Singer with the 1997 3x platinum single
“How Do I Live”
75 Ski area in the Wasatch Mountains
76 Small, dirty, uncomfortable room
77 The middle of this puzzle’s grid, symboli-
“We haven’t seen a Blue
Moon since August 2012,”
said organizer Tela Skinner,
“so this will a be great op-
portunity to mark the occa-
sion.”
Performers will include
Sherrie Wolf, Trillium
Blue, the Ferrets, the Rag
Tag Singers, and Rosa Er-
lebach. There will also be
a moon song sing-along.
Gary Seelig will emcee. The
event will be a fundraiser
for the Hoffman Center. Ad-





































































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Drug charge?
Petition
War ____
Govt. health org.
Conductor’s resistance
Mark’s replacement
Laugh syllable
Scenic drapery fabric
Novella that served as the basis for
“Apocalypse Now”
Like dough after baking
Actress Suvari of “American Beauty”
Mercedes-Benz competitor
Panama part
Remove a piece from?
“The Phantom Menace” in the “Star
Wars” series
Feminist of 1970s TV
“Silas Marner” girl
Chemical ending
____ contendere
Hooey
Short lines at the checkout?
To whom Dionne Warwick asked “What’s
it all about?” in a 1967 hit
Idol worshiper?
From scratch
Idol worship
____ of Abraham (place of comfort)
Asian capital
Canadian N.H.L. team, on scoreboards
Lender’s security
Dearie
Loped
Long, in Lahaina
Damage to a wall made in hanging a
picture
Mouth, slangily
Comment that might start with
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By ELLEN LEUSCHNER and JEFF CHEN / Puzzles Edited by WILL SHORTZ
Answers on Page 22

mission is $10.
Once in a Blue Moon will
include a gallery showing
of night sky photographs by
Neahkahnie-based photog-
raphy Linda Cook from her
“Starry Night” collection.
The next day, Saturday,
Aug. 1, the Hoffman Center
will host an artist’s recep-
tion for Cook and her “Star-
ry Night” collection from 1
to 3 p.m.
“Starry Night” includes
images of nighttime stars,
planets, the moon, the Milky
Way, as well as sunsets.
Cook will be on hand to of-
fer advice on how to best
view and photograph night
skies.
“Shooting these images
in the dark of night and be-
ing blanketed in stars, plan-
ets and constellations is pure
joy for me,” said Cook. “It
has become my passion, my
preoccupation.”
Cook uses a full frame
digital camera with a
wide-angle lens to capture
the pictures.
The Hoffman Center for
the Arts is located at 594 La-
neda Ave.
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