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THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE CROSSWORD
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By Timothy Polin / Puzzles Edited by Will Shortz
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Tripartite commerce pact
Nickname for Angel Stadium, with “the”
Inspiration
They might pop up in the morning
“Juno” actress Page
Visa alternatives
Figure seen on [circled letters below]
Most wanted
1976 blaxploitation film that was a
sequel to “Dolemite”
Fascinated
Is overcome with emotion, with “up”
It has two poles
Shelter
Tinder, for one
Boor
“Poppycock!”
Figure seen on [circled letters below]
Marquis’s subordinate
Like flowers’ stamens
Made-for-TV western co-starring Travis
Tritt
____ king
Moriarty, to Holmes
Asked a lot of questions, say
Vittles
Figure seen on [circled letters below]
Homes by churches
“I’ll pass”
Detroit-area stadium that hosted Super
Bowl XVI
Down in front?
Disseminate
“Evidently”
French greeting
Part of a set
& 72 “If ever, oh ever a ____ there
____” (classic song lyric)
Exam with a reading-comprehension
sect.
Continued from Pg. 5
St., Cannon Beach, 503-436-2973.
The legion offers good burgers
and good music.
Tuesday, April 25
Brian O’Connor
5:30 p.m., Shelburne Inn Restaurant,
4415 Pacific Way, Seaview, Wash.,
360-642-4150, no cover. Acoustic
jazz guitarist Brian O’Connor plays
an eclectic mix of jazz standards.
Wednesday, April 26
Thistle & Rose
5 p.m., The Bistro, 263 Hemlock
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77 Hoedown partner
79 Pester
81 Setting off
83 [Right in the kisser!]
85 Lament of the defeated
90 Job-search time, maybe
91 Go postal
93 Figure seen on [circled letters below]
94 Dreyer’s ice cream partner
95 Go on a run?
96 Brownie, e.g.
98 Emails discreetly
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102 Overdo the criticism, say
103 It may be brown or blond
104 Santa Fe summer hrs.
106 Many a Wall St. recruit
108 Like a goner
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114 Many a B.Y.U. attendee
117 “Pick me! Pick me!”
119 Rich breakfast item
121 Played out
122 Fiat
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124 48th vice president
125 Modern-day problem solvers
126 Meyers of late-night
127 In a foul mood
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Close
Prayer figure
Decide somehow by chance
Offers at motorcycle dealerships
Pharaoh ____
Luxury-hotel amenity
“Here’s what I think,” briefly
Poindexter
St., Cannon Beach, 503-436-
2661. Thistle and Rose per-
form original tunes, folk and
Americana music from the 70s
and 80s.
Jam at the Port
8 p.m., Port of Call, 894 Commer-
cial St., Astoria, 503-325-4356,
no cover. Dale Peterson, Richard
Thomasian and Tom Peake lead
a jam at the port.
Metzner & Patenaude
9 p.m., The Voodoo Room,
1114 Marine Drive, Astoria,
503-325-2233, no cover, 21 +.
Scheckie Metzner and Pee Wee
Patenaude play blues, soul and
Caribbean music with Josh Baer
on bass.
9 Something getting stuck in a
trunk?
10 Answer to “Are you …?”
11 Grayish
12 “Hairspray” matriarch
13 Kind of plane
14 Vox co-founder Klein and others
15 Signal for dinner
16 White-bearded sort
17 Hell week, e.g.
18 Assuage
21 Point of transition
25 Meditation syllables
27 South American cash crop
30 Cuts on the back?
32 Wedding rings?
36 Group lampooned in “Django Unchained”
37 Is Greek?
39 Arnold Schwarzenegger’s middle name
40 Needed resupplying
41 Pea nut?
42 Phonograph stat
43 Inits. in some portfolios
45 Woodworking tool
46 Crew crew
49 Evince
51 Aquafina rival
52 Attends
53 Austen matchmaker
54 Breather
56 It may leave you in stitches
60 Drunk
62 Top secret?
64 Creative field
65 It’s passed down
66 “____ Eyes” (Eagles hit)
67 Bacchanalia
69 Mass leader
71 Electrocutes
75 Hymn starter
76 Wind this way and that
Thursday, April 27
Basin Street NW
6:30 p.m., Bridgewater Bistro, 20
Basin St., Astoria, 503-325-6777,
no cover. Dave Drury on guitar,
Todd Pederson on bass and friends
perform mainstream jazz classics.
Senior Center Jam
6:30 p.m., Astoria Senior Center,
1111 Exchange St., Astoria,
503-468-0390, free. The Astoria
Senior Center offers string band,
bluegrass and country.
Floating Glass Balls
7 p.m., Bill’s Tavern, 188 Hemlock
St., Cannon Beach, 503-436-2202,
no cover. The Floating Glass Balls
plays bluegrass, Caribbean, folk,
swing and country.
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Repeated part of a five-mile hike?
Aggravates
Either of a pair of brothers in folklore
Act like a baby, maybe
Moved, jocularly
How you can count things up to five
“Rugrats” father
Rug rat
One looking to grab a bite?
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101 Philatelist’s collection
102 Vernacular
104 Satisfies
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Sweetly, on a score
Mark indelibly
River through ancient Nubia
Casino opening
365 giorni
Native Rwandan
Mind
Electric-bill unit: Abbr.
Place for a bachelorette party
Author Diana Kirk comes to KALA
ASTORIA — Author Diana
Kirk, a new Astoria resident,
is coming to KALA for a
show at 8 p.m. Friday, April
21, to discuss her new book,
“Licking Flames: Tales of a
Half-Assed Hussy.” Doors
open at 7:30 p.m. and admis-
sion is $8 at the door.
Kirk, who was recently
interviewed on National
Public Radio, will share
stories from her life, “a
life filled with authenticity,
when we all didn’t quite fit
in a neat box while coming
into our own as an adult.
It’ll be funny, sad, sentimen-
tal, disturbing, adventurous
and above all else, brutally
honest,” according to press
materials.
Portland writer Celeste
Gurevich, who has been
published in Perceptions: A
Magazine for the Arts, will
kick off the show.
Afterward, there will be a
book signing, some socializing
and a complimentary dessert.
Cocktails will be available.
For more information,
call KALA (1017 Marine
Drive) at 503-338-4878.
Diana Kirk notforsale