Kellyoke

By |2020-11-25T14:28:05-05:00November 25th, 2020|Entertainment, Puzzles|

Across
1 Shakespeare’s foot, but not his 12 inches
5 Old Queens location
9 “Livin’ La ___ Loca”
13 It’s sold in bars
14 Loads
15 Dry as a bone
16 Like a Peter Lorre film
17 Incur, as debts
18 “WKRP” actress Anderson
19 Kelly’s song about “what doesn’t kill you…”
21 Airport area
23 Game with “Skip” cards
24 Kelly’s song about “There’s a wolf that preys…”
26 “Bewitched” actor Dick
30 Floor covering
31 “Well, Did You ___”
32 Steinem’s “___ Playboy Bunny”
34 Charlotte of “Facts of Life”
37 Kelly’s song about self-sufficiency
41 AOL, e.g.
42 Bearing
43 Give a lot of mouth
44 Successful pitch
45 Novelist Brown
48 Kelly’s song about the negative side
52 Wheel tooth
53 AARP concern
54 Kelly of Kellyoke
59 Kopay’s team
60 One who screws around
62 Sophie B. Hawkins’ “As ___ Me Down”
63 LA Dodger, for one
64 Style some hair, in “Hairspray”
65 Re or so
66 They have boughs for bows
67 Match parts, to Navratilova
68 Tale of adventure

Down
1 Charged particles
2 Loads
3 Golda of Israel
4 Queens and others
5 Andrew of “Melrose Place”
6 Painter Matisse
7 La mer, essentially
8 Appreciation display on Broadway
9 “Addams Family ___ ”
10 Subtle sarcasm
11 Dog from Down Under
12 “…farewell, auf Wiedersehen, ___”
14 About one percent of air
20 U-turn from SSW
22 Phantom’s Opera instrument
25 Cloth merchant
26 Sweet opening?
27 Hertz competitor
28 Sound like Harvey Fierstein
29 Made neat
33 Bentley of “American Beauty”
34 Paper amount
35 “Tales of the City”‘s Madrigal
36 Novel conclusion
38 Successful cross-dresser’s boast?
39 “Wide open”
40 Impersonator of males
44 They go down
46 Empathetic phrase
47 Hard top?
48 Kaye of “Hans Christian Anderson”
49 Able to bend over
50 Continue to get “The Advocate”
51 Ostentatious display
55 More, to a minimalist
56 Fruit flavor for gin
57 Stallion’s supper
58 No, in Moscow
61 Sandra, in a “Grease” song

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