The daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1961-current, August 08, 2019, Page 6, Image 6

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THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE CROSSWORD
ANAGRAMMAR
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By Christopher Adams/puzzles edited by Will Shortz
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ACROSS
1 Moth attractors
6 Rescue site for a polar bear
10 “Hold it right there!”
14 Word with grand or identity
19 Netflix crime drama set in a small town
in Missouri
20 “Hahahahahaha!”
21 Blacken on the barbecue
22 Sun: Prefix
23 Change, as a hotel lock
24 Aura
27 Weasley family owl in the Harry Potter
books
28 “You wish”
30 It’s SW of the Pyrenees
31 “Give me an example!”
33 Designates for a specific purpose
35 Big things in D.C. and Hollywood
36 Source of the line “A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of
Bread — and Thou”
37 Real nostalgia trip
40 Mobile
42 Mao-____ (Chinese liquor)
43 L.G.B.T. History Mo.
44 Bite-size chocolate candy
47 Home for doves and pigeons
48 Home for herons and egrets
50 “In case you didn’t hear me … ”
52 Group on the dark side of the Force
54 “Alas!” in Austria
55 Generally speaking
59 Not only that but also
60 Pompous pronoun
62 Vicuña product
63 Eye-catching print pattern
65 Creature slain in the Mines of Moria by
Gandalf
66 “A Little Night Music” composer
70 Award for technological development
since 1995
71 Shed, as feathers
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Samsel
8 p.m. Public Coast Brewing Co.,
264 E. Third St., Cannon Beach.
publiccoastbrewing.com or
503-436-0285. No cover.
Adam Torres plus Matt Emmons
8 p.m. Sou’Wester Lodge, 728 J
Place, Seaview, Wash. souwest-
erlodge.com or 360-642-2542.
Free. Psych-folk and indie rock.
The Resolectrics
9 p.m. San Dune Pub, 127
Laneda Ave., Manzanita. 503-
368-5080. Rock and soul.
Long Knife, Dead Hunt, De-
comp and Deephaven
73 Individually
75 Sometime collaborator with William
Shakespeare, per the Oxford University
Press
81 Deepest lake in the U.S. after Crater Lake
83 Place where musical talent may be wasted?
84 Assembly
87 Burns, in a way
89 Comics debut of 1963
90 Important topic in golf instruction
91 It’s all downhill from here
92 Easy way that might lead to error
99 Printing measurement
100 Dead letters?
101 “It’s bulls and blood, it’s dust and mud,”
per a Garth Brooks hit
102 Enthusiastic enjoyment
103 Miss, say
104 Girl’s name that’s also a state abbreviation
105 Some laughable language mistakes — as
found literally (in consecutive letters) in
24-, 37-, 55-, 75- and 92-Across
109 Small, rectangular candy
110 Cocktails with gin, vermouth and Campari
112 Gave the pink slip
113 Organism that grows on another plant
nonparasitically
115 Bening with a star on the Hollywood
Walk of Fame
116 Statistician Silver
117 Dog to beware of
118 Angioplasty inserts
119 Big 12 college town
120 Bounty hunter shot by Han Solo in “Star
Wars: A New Hope”
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1 One-named singer with the 2017 No. 1
album “Melodrama”
2 Longtime Hyundai model
3 God, with “the”
4 First words
9 p.m. Charlie’s Chop Shop,
1313 Marine Drive, Astoria.
503-741-3033. $8 cover.
Sunday, August 11
The Get Ahead, Jerry Joseph
and Roselit Bone
4 p.m. Fort George Brewery
and Public House, 1483 Duane
St., Astoria. No cover. Folk and
rock and roll.
5 Business with perpetually high sales?
6 Glassy-eyed look
7 CPR administrator
8 Malek who won a Best Actor Oscar for
“Bohemian Rhapsody”
9 Dimwit
10 Easily split rock
11 Which train goes to Harlem, in song
12 Something to dip in the water
13 Wedding agreement
14 Title movie role for Jim Carrey
15 “I found what you’re looking for!”
16 Jane Jetson’s son
17 Shrek’s love
18 “For rent” sign
25 Beehive State bloomer
26 Occasion for a high school after-party
29 “… ____ mouse?”
32 Org. in a 1976 sports merger
34 Be on the court for tipoff, say
36 Précis
38 Bouillabaisse base
39 Myriad
40 Drink stirred with a spoon
41 Kind of alcohol used as biofuel
45 It borders the Suez Canal
46 Premium movie channel
47 Keto diet no-no
48 “The Jungle Book” boy
49 Chopped down
50 Place reached by boat
51 University in downtown Philadelphia
53 ____ Amendment, controversial 1976
Congressional measure
55 Stunned … just stunned
56 Alteration of a video game, in gamer lingo
57 “I like that!”
58 Chesterfield or reefer
61 Sleeve opening
64 What keeps athletic tape from sticking to
the skin
66 “Go ____ Watchman” (Harper Lee novel)
bistro.com or 503-325-6777.
Piano and violin.
Monday, August 12
Todd Pederson and Peter
Unander
6 p.m. Bridgewater Bistro, 20
Basin St., Astoria. bridgewater-
bistro.com or 503-325-6777.
Bass and piano.
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Wednesday, August 14
Steve Frost
6 p.m. The Cove Restaurant,
9604 Pacific Way, Long Beach,
Wash. 360-642-2828.
Richard T. on guitar and
friends
11:30 a.m. Bridgewater Bistro, 20
Basin St., Astoria. bridgewater-
bistro.com or 503-325-6777.
Live music
4 p.m. T. Paul’s Supper Club,
360 12th St., Astoria. 503-325-
2545. Blues and burgers.
Metronomaly
6 p.m. Bridgewater Bistro, 20
Basin St., Astoria. bridgewater-
Buzz Rogowski on piano
6 p.m. Bridgewater Bistro, 20
Basin St., Astoria. bridgewater-
Scheckie & Co.
8 p.m. Albatross & Co., 225
14th St., Astoria. 503-741-3091.
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bistro.com or 503-325-6777.
Music of great contemporary
pop icons.
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68 One of two in “The Grapes of Wrath”
69 Film-rating org.
72 “For shame!”
74 Like the verb “to be”: Abbr.
75 Purchase for a celebration
76 Stable period from Augustus to Marcus
Aurelius
77 Man, to Marcus Aurelius
78 Barely scratches (out)
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Buzz Rogowski on piano
6 p.m. Bridgewater Bistro, 20
Basin St., Astoria. bridgewater-
bistro.com or 503-325-6777.
Music of great contemporary
pop icons.
Tuesday, August 13
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80 Pulitzer-winning W.W. II journalist
81 Russian rulers of old
82 Discovery of penicillin, e.g.
85 Built up gradually
86 It’s skipped in the Gregorian calendar
88 Some track-and-field training
90 Propping (up)
93 Lead role in “Chicago”
94 Nov. 13, e.g.
Thursday, August 15
Brian O’Connor
5:30 p.m. Shelburne Hotel,
4415 Pacific Way, Seaview,
Wash. 360-642-4150. Jazz clas-
sics and original compositions.
Thursday Night Jazz with
Basin St. NW
6 p.m. Bridgewater Bistro, 20
Basin St., Astoria. bridgewater-
bistro.com or 503-325-6777.
Jam Session
6:30 p.m. Astoria Senior Center,
1111 Exchange St., Astoria.
Free.
Open mic
7 p.m. Crown Alley Irish Pub,
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96 Baby shark
97 “Days of Grace” memoirist Arthur
98 Corvette roof options
105 Women’s rights pioneer Lucretia
106 End-of-semester stressor
107 Chapeau site
108 Bicker (with)
111 Kylo of the “Star Wars” films
114 Charlemagne’s domain, for short
21712 Pacific Way, Ocean Park,
Wash. crownalleyirishpub.com
or 360-777-3716.
Brian O’Conner and George
Coleman
7 p.m. North Beach Tavern,
102 Pioneer Rd E, Long Beach,
Wash. 360-642-2302. No cover.
Nostalgic favorites and original
compositions.
Karaoke! with Joe Bear
8 p.m. Labor Temple Bar, 934
Duane St., Astoria. 503-325-
0801. Free.
Karaoke
8 p.m. Seaside American
Legion, 315 Broadway St.,
Seaside. 503-738-5111.