June 28th 2017, New York Times

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"American Pie" singer Don
Amtrak posting: Abbr.
Andean source of wool
Article in Le Monde
Best Picture of 1958
Bluto's was 0.0 in "Animal House"
Boardroom events: Abbr.
Cathedral of Florence
Cheery tune
Chemical in Drano
Con artist's crime
Coordinate, as audio and video
Cracked a bit
Curling surface
Dadaist Jean
De Botton who wrote "The Architecture of Happiness"
Drooling dog of the comics
Drop-down item
End of the quip
Endurance, informally
"Far out!"
Fig. in a pilot's announcement
First name at Woodstock
First name in stunt cycling
Flashes one's pearlies
___ flask (thermos)
Games played by Elite Eight winners
Garbage-hauling boat
George Orwell's alma mater
Get the better of
God-awful
Got completely correct
Grade enhancer
Greek counterpart of Mars
Green light
Gucci of fashion
Heed the coxswain
Hitchhiker's hope
Household item whose manufacture employs 42-Across
It may run the Sierra OS
Kick out
Kvetches
Lay an egg, so to speak
Like elbowing through a crowd, say
Like "it," grammatically
Logan of CBS News
Mensa members' assets
Mob hit participants
Nobelist Pavlov
Org. for Raptors and Hawks
"Pet" that needs watering
Phoebe of "Gremlins"
Piedmont wine center
Polygon measures
"Prospero A�o ___!"
Proverbial amount of bricks
Quip, part 2
Quip, part 3
Quip, part 4
River of France and Belgium
Same old same old
Smart-alecky talk
Source of pressure, perhaps
"Spare me!," for one
Square
Start of a quip about a whimsical celebrity couple
State firmly
Suckling site
Swing a scythe, say
Target of ID theft: Abbr.
Test for gold content, say
Things having their home on the range?
"To be, or not to be" soliloquy setting
Treelike creature of Middle-earth
Wartime poster phrase
Whole bunch
Winner's hand gesture
Words sealed with a kiss