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    The New York Times Magazine Crossword
MUSICAL REMIXES


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ACROSS
Paintball sound
City between Turin and Genoa
Padlocks lock them
Nothing, slangily
Spot check?
____ Air
Egg producer
Drivetrain part
Alternative band that sounds like every
other alternative band?
#1-selling artist that’s an anagram of
23-Across
Check time
“Wicked Game” singer Chris
Showroom display
Documentarian Morris
They’re new to the family
Mystery writer Deighton
Deli order
Like some drinks and emotions
“Nonsense!”
Full of frills
Invitation for musical plagiarism?
#1-selling artist that’s an anagram of
45-Across
Like first editions, often
Quirk
Cell in a 21-Across
Frilly trim
Rebels’ school
Remote possibility?
“… ____ other name would smell as
sweet”: Juliet
Cellar setup
Good deal
Carrier letters
Greeting to a conductor?
#1-selling artist that’s an anagram of
66-Across
Till bill
Turn to mush






By JOEL FAGLIANO / Puzzles Edited by WILL SHORTZ
Answers on Page 20
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Acrylic container
Welcome to the fold?
Tide type
Enormous
Coffeehouse entertainers
Excite
Oil change, brake test, etc.
Performance often in Italian
Friendly music genre?
#1-selling artist that’s an anagram of
87-Across
93 Spellbound
94 It’s often set at night
96 Kimchi is its national dish
97 See 124-Across
98 Botanist Gray
99 Alternative to an Oscar
102 Pepper ____, Iron Man’s love interest
104 “Family Guy” baby
106 Mythical weeper
108 Sea creatures with beaks
112 Part of a hospital playlist?
115 #1-selling artist that’s an anagram of
112-Across
117 Play thing
118 Emmy-nominated FX comedy
119 “Ohhh, O.K.”
120 Ready for use
121 Count (on)
122 Punch in
123 Banks with a lot of money
124 With 97-Across, back some time
DOWN
1 Make a mistake
2 Enrique ____ Nieto, Mexican president
elected in 2012
3 Word after leading or cleaning
4 Digression
5 Private sector?
6 Hurt
7 Caution in a movie review, maybe
8 Whips
9 “____ are like beards; men do not have
them until they grow up”: Voltaire
10 Face wear for Jason Voorhees in “Friday
the 13th”
11 Old greeting
12 ____ acetosella (KHC2O4)
13 Human, for one
14 Church council
15 Light blue-green
16 Armpit-related
17 Like military hairstyles
18 Actor Jeong of “The Hangover”
24 Saint with an alphabet named after him
26 Newsroom workers, for short
29 Twenty something?
32 California school attended by Obama,
familiarly
34 N.L. East team, to fans
35 New Year’s Eve host Carson
37 Org. with a closing bell
38 Triumphant cry
39 Together
40 “Heavens!”
42 Dough used for tortillas, maybe
44 Aristotle’s school
46 “Whatever”
47 Head case?
49 “Et tu?”
50 Bunkhouse feature
53 Karaoke need
56 Maa in “Babe,” e.g.
57 Leading
58 Turn (into)
61 Jacob’s name after he wrestled with the
angel
62 Makeshift weapon in a murder
mystery
64 Epitome of desolateness
65 Making known
67 ____ coeptis (phrase on the back of a
dollar bill)











































Hooded jacket
Nascar sponsor
Tries
Figure in a Yogi Bear cartoon
“The Walking Dead” channel
Computer that sounds like a theater
when pluralized
78 That: Sp.
79 Noisy talker
81 Virginia’s ____ Hill Academy, alma
mater of 20+ N.B.A. players




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83 Comfort
84 Keeping the beat?
85 ____ wars
88 Persists, as a forest fire
90 Spanish gold
91 Reveal
92 Lose face
95 Hosp. procedure
99 Winter Olympics powerhouse: Abbr.
100 Congressional divider
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Loaf
Something skipped
Spot
Ornate
Bone: Prefix
Hit a high point
AT&T and Comcast, for short
“Science Friday” airer
Unseen winning card, in poker lingo
Never, in Berlin
Limitless quantity
Learn how to live life to the fullest Jaskoman brings reggae pop to Merry Time
CCC hosts Conference on Extraordinary Living this September
ASTORIA — Clatsop Commu-
nity College will host its second
annual Conference on Extraor-
dinary Living, addressing the
interests and challenges of adults
in the local community.
This one-day conference will
take place on the CCC main
campus, 1651 Lexington Ave.,
on Saturday, Sept. 12. Regis-
tration opens at 8:30 a.m., and
conference sessions will be held
from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. A com-
plimentary lunch is included.
A suggested donation for the
conference is $10 at the door.
Seating is limited, and
pre-registration is requested by
Monday, Sept. 7 by calling 503-
894-0187 or emailing rmcclel-
land@clatsopcc.edu
The Conference on Extraor-
dinary Living will show attend-
ees how to live life to the fullest.
Thirteen informative breakout
sessions will be offered on topics
such as: travel tips and informa-
tion, nutrition for a healthy life,
genealogy, hiking and national
park trails,emergency and di-
saster preparedness, alternative
medicine, volunteer and con-
tinuing education opportunities,
transitioning to retirement and
numerous other topics.
The conference is sponsored
by Columbia Memorial Hospi-
tal, Providence Seaside Hospital,
Northwest Senior and Disabili-
ties Services and ENCORE.
For details, visit www.clatsopcc.
edu/community/summer-programs
ASTORIA — The Merry Time
Bar and Grill will host a Full
Moon Reggae party at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 29 with reggae-
ska-pop Portland-based band
Jaskoman.
Guests age 21 and over may
enjoy the show by bringing a can
or food or other non-perishable
food item to donate to the Clat-
sop County Food Bank or pay a
$5 entry fee.
The Jaskoman Music Proj-
ect’s core group is centered
around Barry Klusman, Lou-
is Butts, Pam and James Pro-
Full Moon
Reggae Party
9:30 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 29
Merry Time Bar &Grill
995 Marine Drive, Astoria
503-468-0852
21 and over
$5 or can of food
sis-Caldwell, and Rodney Turn-
er. The band describes itself as
essentially pop, done to the Ca-
ribbean beats of reggae, ska and
soul calypso.
Merry Time Bar & Grill
owners Todd and Terry Robinett
have been introducing a variety
of live music to the venue since
purchasing the business in 2014.
In an effort to keep music acces-
sible and affordable to all, they
offer the option of donating a can
of food for the local food bank
as entry. Live music shows have
raised nearly a thousand dollars
and approximately 200 pounds
in food for the local community.
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