April 1st 2019, New York Times

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1980 Scorsese/De Niro classic
All together, as a crowd
An obtuse one is more than 90°
"... and sometimes y" preceder
Apartment in an old warehouse district, say
Band's closing number
Be an omen of
Bit of financial planning for old age, in brief
Breathe like a tired runner
Catch red-handed
Certain frozen waffles
Chess move involving the king and rook
Columbus's home
Common email sign-off word
Cory Booker or Cory Gardner: Abbr.
Drum with a repetitive name
Egyptian boy king
___ Field, onetime home of the Brooklyn Dodgers
Five cards of the same suit, in poker
French assents
Give off
Gymnast Korbut
"Here's what you have to realize ..."
Home of the Taj Mahal
Lack of practice, metaphorically
Like many people after eating beans
Links org.
Main squeeze, modernly
Michelle with the 2018 hit memoir "Becoming"
Microsoft search engine
N.B.A. souvenir
Nevada casino city
Not much
Old Venetian rulers
Olympic sleds
On fire
Org. fighting for immigrants' rights
Out of ___ (discombobulated)
Part of a constellation
Part of a jacket where a hands-free mic is attached
Paula who once judged on "American Idol"
___ Paulo, Brazil
Peter Fonda title role of 1997
Powder for a gymnast
Rainbow symbol of pride
___ Raton, Fla.
Rice or wheat
Shade similar to slate
Slangy negative contraction
Slowly swivel sideways, as a camera
Spanish article
Suffragist ___ B. Wells
Supreme Court justice nicknamed "The Notorious R.B.G."
Tea set?
The end
"The Little Mermaid" princess
Thumb drive port, for short
Tons and tons
Touches down on the tarmac
Tree anchor
Tune you just can't get out of your head
Unknown author, for short
Unruly crowds
What cigarette filters are supposed to block
What many of the founding fathers wore
When tripled, "and so on and so forth"