May 17th 2018, New York Times

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18-Across sights
1958 Physics co-Nobelist ___ Frank
60-Across sight
'Aida' goddess
Aldrich who was a spy for the K.G.B
Annual race, for short
AT&T Center, e.g
Big company in 2001 news
Big shake
Blount in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Cellphone feature
Champs' exclamation
Changed over
Cocktail slice
Comedy club hit
Congressman Schiff
Curl maker
Dilettante, say
Expert spelling?
Fiddle (with)
Friend of Sheldon on 'The Big Bang Theory'
Give one a hand
Goes on
'Have a tough day?' answer
Hester Prynne's mark
'How precious!'
Icarus, to Daedalus
Ink spot?
It's bad to be behind it
Jagged mountain range
Law school beginners
Light source
Long-eared pet
Make a submarine disappear?
Many Wikipedia articles
___ Maria (rum-based liqueur)
Mescal component
Negative particle
One given to doting
One of the Nereids in Greek myth
One often saying 'hello,' maybe
ORD listing
Plant bristles
Polling place hangers-on?
President who had 15 children
See 18- and 60-Across
Soft drink whose logo features a red circle
Some Latinas: Abbr
Something to be stuck on
St. Lawrence and others
Stepped-all-over type
'Sully' Sullenberger, notably
Taylor of 'Public Enemies'
'The Big Bang Theory' sort
'The ___ to you!'
Three o'clock, so to speak
'To Autumn' and others
TV personality in a bow tie
U.S. city founded in 37-Across
'Winter of Artifice' writer
Woodcutting tool
Word with spot or sport
Wrap alternative