July 8th 2017, New York Times

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1960s TV character who says "Aw, shucks"
Ancient theater
Astrologer known for annual forecast books
Bear trap fearer
Breakdance maneuver
Bunch of, informally
Capital of Georgia
Certain Confucian compilation
Certain PC storage area
"Challenge accepted"
"Challenge not accepted"
Change into something else
Citt´┐Ż about 250 miles SE of 45-Across
Climactic scene in the Eminem film "8 Mile"
Comparatively bright
Competitor with a map and compass
Concert lineup
Conclusion preceder
Connection letters
Contemptible sort
Cousin of tartar sauce
Doing away with
Free Wi-Fi, e.g.
From quite a while back
Gamboling place
___ good (amazing)
Hard to get hold of
Historic vehicle, briefly
Hours-long meal
In prime condition
Intriguing meeting
Judge's call
Juice extraction device
Kind of walk
Lace place
Largest Italian seaport
Links words
Little beefs?
Longtime Knicks nickname
Midsize bra parts
Miss, for instance
"No ___!"
Nursery rhyme girl
One may be cast-iron
Out of juice
Outlet for artisans
Plant-monitoring org.
Pub game
Really lean
Sci-fi transporter
Score symbol similar to a tie
See 27-Down
Shooting grp.
Site of Hercules' first labor
Site that reviews 44-Down products
Square root of nove
"Storage Wars" channel
Summer cooler
"Wasn't I right?"
What can't hold still during lectures?
What "O" may symbolize