NY Times Crossword 17 Mar 21, Wednesday

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Clues Answers
Get on BOARD
It may be found on the side of a bank ATM
Parts of some chains ISLES
Film festival entry, informally INDIE
Flatow of public radio IRA
Message that, despite the name, isn’t necessarily chirpy TWEET
If you think actors have two left feet, you haven’t seen ___ TED DANSON (Ted dancin’)
Panasonic subsidiary SANYO
If you think country singers can’t do hair, you haven’t seen ___ DOLLY PARTON (Dolly partin’)
Barbershop amenity HOT TOWEL
Look up to ADMIRE
Deck out ADORN
Consumed ATE
Headed up LED
Nickelodeon “explorer” DORA
If you think pop balladeers can’t run fast, you haven’t seen ___ MICHAEL BOLTON (Michael boltin’)
Angry outbursts TIRADES
Only United Nations member whose name starts with “O” OMAN
Tombstone letters RIP
Barbecue spot PIT
Heaven-sent food MANNA
Purpose of a faucet attachment AERATION
If you think economists don’t lose their cool, you haven’t seen ___ JANET YELLEN (Janet yellin’)
To love, in Italy AMARE
If you think film directors are always satisfied, you haven’t seen ___ WES CRAVEN (Wes cravin’)
One without a kind word to say HATER
G.I.’s address APO
Like a tightrope walker AGILE
Hose problems SNAGS
Ranger’s home, in brief NHL
Something matzo lacks YEAST


Clues Answers
See 2-Down BIT
With 1-Down, the smallest amount ONE
Throw in ADD
Cleared (of) RID
Ticket specification AISLE
Online provocateur TROLL
A host of MANY
Cry while shaking hands IT’S A DEAL!
What locusts do SWARM
Dal ingredient LENTIL
Pal of Roo in “Winnie-the-Pooh” EEYORE
“Quit your stalling!” NOW!
Barbecue spots PATIOS
Consumed HAD
Leslie ___ Jr. of the original “Hamilton” cast ODOM
Bagel shapes TORI
Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense,” e.g. TRACT
French monastery resident ABBE
Equal pay, e.g. PARITY
Passion HEAT
Like Mother Hubbard and King Cole OLD
Animal that’s a little weaselly? STOAT
Many regulars at artisan coffee shops HIPSTERS
Discontinued Dodge OMNI
Discontinued iPod NANO
Bread served with dal, maybe NAN
Indian royalty RAJAHS
1967 hit that starts “Well, my pad is very messy and there’s whiskers on my chin” I’M A MAN
One hanging around a party with swingers? PINATA
Salvador Dalí contemporary MAN RAY
Removal of restrictions, informally DEREG
Letter in El Al’s logo ALEPH
Counterpart of la luna EL SOL
Kind of room REC
Actor McGregor EWAN
Get on in years AGE
Through VIA
Loop loopers ELS
Dot follower, maybe … NET