From the Advocate’s 15 Gayest Cities

BTL Staff
By | 2018-01-15T18:12:31-05:00 February 11th, 2010|Entertainment|

Across

1 Rainbow shape
4 Mary Cassatt, for one
10 It grows on trees
14 Noise of the lambs
15 Subtle difference
16 Protected, to seamen
17 Gay-friendly city of Vermont
19 Mariah or Madonna
20 Wedding keepsake
21 Spills one’s seed
22 Burl of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”
23 Went out with
25 Director Mitchell
27 Maine home of Rogues Gallery
32 Kanga’s baby
33 Sapphic poems
34 Theater chain name
36 Gov’t. security
40 Betty, to Ellen
41 Georgia home of Outwrite Books
43 Goal on a hole
44 Rainbow maker
46 “Dark Angel” star Jessica
47 Fender nick
48 Salamander
50 California home of Black’s Beach
52 Dick
55 A Chicago nine
56 Piece for two
57 Greek P’s
60 Terence Stamp movie, with “The”
64 ___ the crack of dawn
65 Mardi Gras site of Louisiana
67 Title role for Jodie
68 Portugal’s peninsula
69 Deli sandwich holder
70 European language
71 Jane Spahr, for one
72 Mercury or Saturn, but not Mars

Down

1 “Mamma Mia!” band
2 Male actor named Julia
3 Prep for a marathon, with “up”
4 Lion, tiger, or bear
5 Turn tail
6 License plates
7 Sondheim’s ” ___ the Woods”
8 Grinch’s look
9 More tight-assed
10 Gay-friendly city of Wisconsin
11 Martini item
12 Beyond ___ (condom brand)
13 Briny waters
18 Fantasizes about a hottie
24 Peter Doyle’s partner Whitman
26 Tiny bit
27 Splendid display
28 Locker room emanation
29 Maria’s “Do-___”
30 Vincent Lopez theme song
31 Distributes some queens, perhaps
35 Sheryl Swoopes’ org.
37 Ronny Howard role
38 Tart taste
39 Cartesian conjunction
41 Switch on a radio
42 South Beach mementos
45 Washington setting of “Frasier”
47 ___ Chicks (country threesome)
49 White veggie
51 Susan B. Anthony coin
52 Dean Cain’s kind of man?
53 Makes well
54 “Come Back, Little ___ ”
56 Hump on the beach
58 Comes up short
59 Put into piles
61 Fashion designer Jacobs
62 “Lord of the Rings” singer
63 Belgian river
66 Carnaval locale

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