NY Times Crossword 18 Sep 21, Saturday

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Across

Clues Answers
Quarterback spikes? CLEATS
Opening FIRST
Grammy-winning 2018 hit for Childish Gambino THIS IS AMERICA
“Huh!” THE MORE YOU KNOW!
Part of the plan PHASE
Lacking any preparation BLIND
Try (for) GUN
The 700s, in the Dewey Decimal System ARTS
Its flag features a pine and the North Star MAINE
Booker in Washington CORY
Traditional masked drama NOH
What antifeminism is a direct expression of, per Andrea Dworkin MISOGYNY
Challenge, symbolically GAUNTLET
Sharp quality TANG
“Happy ___!” TRAILS
Kind of shower BRIDAL
Its pods are poisonous to eat TIDE
Quick getaways, maybe BEELINES
Star clusters? FAN BASES
Classic muscle car GTO
Close ones, informally SIBS
Fits (inside) NESTS
“___ bien” ESTA
Suffix with concert -INA
___ II, eponymous gymnastics move featuring two backflips and a triple twist BILES
Venus, to Cupid MATER
Background for someone who’s good with numbers MUSICAL THEATER
Marvel producer MIRACLE WORKER
Is super into, in modern parlance STANS
Indulge DOTE ON

Down

Clues Answers
Game of checkers? CHESS
Cuba libre ingredient LIME
Por ___ (therefore: Sp.) ESO
Carriers are mobile ones AIR BASES
Poet who wrote “I grow old … I grow old … / I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled” TS ELIOT
Saw SAYING
Family matter, maybe FEUD
Get to IRK
Lead singer of “Yellow Submarine” RINGO
Really clean SCOUR
Caramel relative TAWNY
“Ow!” THAT HURT!
Fabled sources of fortune MONEY TREES
Place for a frog THROAT
Gut reaction, say PANG
Member of the Y? MILLENNIAL
Pop star Lauper CYNDI
Sacred peak in the “Iliad” and “Aeneid,” for short MT IDA
Catches NAILS
Gullible sorts NAIFS
Family member GANGSTER
A+ effort BEST SHOT
Word with block or chain … LETTER
Binary BASE TWO
Touch the sky SOAR
Flared, as sleeves BELLED
New York Giants legend Phil SIMMS
The Greenlandic language is a form of it INUIT
Economic capital of Iraq BASRA
Packed in? EATEN
Hidden inclusions, for short BCCS
One-named Japanese-born actor with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame MAKO
Janis with the 1975 hit “At Seventeen” IAN
Lead-in to now ERE …