February 28th 2017, New York Times

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1960s activist Hoffman
A book collector might seek a first one
Area between mountains
Available
"Be My Yoko ___" (first single by Barenaked Ladies)
Bearlike
Bother greatly
Box office purchase: Abbr.
Breakfast food with a rhyming slogan
Catch sight of
Charms
Class with mats
Cry after "Ready!"
Curds and ___
Didn't run out
Dish that's sometimes rated in "alarms"
Done nothing
Feature of a late-night show set
Features of some country singers
Former Big Four record co.
___ friends (not having to be on one's guard)
Has
Have dreams
Hollywood ending?
Honest sorts ... or what the circled squares contain?
Imaginary tiger friend in the comics
In addition
In fine fettle
In order
Infamous prison featured in the 1969 best seller "Papillon"
Italy's shape
___ jacket (bit of casualwear)
"___ knew?"
Lackeys
Lead-in to a conclusion
Like much music
Lungful
Morning joe
Movie, informally
Muffed one
Munchkins
Nash who wrote "Parsley / Is gharsley"
Nincompoop
Not on good terms (with)
Outcome that's overall unfavorable
Palindromic boy's name
Palindromic girl's name
People encountered by Pizarro
Pi's follower
Place to go for a "me day"
Plunge
Powerful Renaissance family
Quaint inn, informally
Region on the Rhine
Riga native
River that feeds Lake Nasser
Setting for much of the movie "Lion"
Sheepish look
Socialist Workers Party's ideology
Southernmost U.S. state
Spanish girlfriend
Start of many a doctor's visit
Tell to "Do it!"
They're taken out in newspapers
Things ghosts lack
Took effect
Topping in kosher restaurants
Totally fine
Turner or Fey
Two-masted vessel
Wagon part
Weather concern in 11-Down
What tryptophan is said to induce
Widespread
Windy City 'L' overseer
Words to live by
Zippo