April 2nd 2019, New York Times

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1980 Blondie hit
Aah's partner
"Able was I ___ I saw Elba"
Actress Blair of "The Exorcist"
"Add some throw pillows or a pop of color around here, why don't you!"
After-work times, in classifieds
"Alley ___!"
Analgesic's promise
Animal having a ball at the circus?
Bad rationalizations
Baseball's "Amazin's"
"Bedtime for ___"
"___ bin ein Berliner"
Celestial bear
Cost of withdrawing, say
Creature to get down from
Cross to bear
Deluxe
Downward-Facing Dog, e.g.
Dr. Dre's "Nuthin' but a 'G' ___"
Dressed like "a hundred-dollar millionaire"
Facebook founder's nickname
Fateful day for Caesar
Felt remorse for
Fragrant compound
"Gee, you're killin' me!"
Ghost at the altar?
Glossy fabric
Gobble
Greek sauce with yogurt and cucumbers
Here, in Madrid
Howe he could invent!
"I think I made a mistake here"
"I'll pass"
Is very fortunate, with "out"
It can be picked
It might be on one's radar
It might have golden locks
King of the road
Lo ___ (Chinese noodle dish)
#Me___
Merchant
Middle: Abbr.
N.Y.C. subway overseer
Our, in Orléans
Parting words
Phil ___, slalom skiing gold medalist at the 1984 Olympics
Poehler vortex of funniness?
Polynesian carving
"Portlandia" airer
Present for acceptance
Queen's domain
Rage
Remain idle
Reward for Fido
See 65-Across
Slow, in music
Sound during hay fever season
Sun, moon and stars
Taj Mahal, e.g.
The "A" in BART
Tiny
Unbending
Untrustworthy types
Vegetable with a head
Volcano's spew
Wanders
Wharton grad
When sung three times, what follows "She loves you"
Where one might kick a habit, informally
Where to enjoy a Goya
Who says "Speak, hands, for me!" in "Julius Caesar"
With 66-Across, choreographer whose life is depicted in the starts of 19-, 36- and 50-Across
Words on some blood drive stickers