NY Times Crossword 17 Jan 20, Friday

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Clues Answers
Online pop culture/media hub, with “the” AV CLUB
___ rock (music genre) PROG
Rebuke to an oversharer TMI
Almost any major character in “Sands of Iwo Jima” MARINE
Enterprise crewman named after an Asian sea SULU
Ethnic group accounting for about 18% of the world’s population HAN
Actress who directed 2019’s “Booksmart” OLIVIA WILDE
Option for a 911 dispatcher EMS
Classic novel narrated by the second Mrs. de Winter REBECCA
Creator and star of “The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl” ISSA RAE
Image in the poster for “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” MOON
Princess of Greek myth who had a brief love affair with Theseus ARIADNE
Sites for 30-Across GLENS
Watering sites STREAMS
Bud’s place EAR
Springfield barkeep MOE
Best Buy buy SMART TV
Come before PREDATE
David Lynchian, say EERIE
Trips in the dark RED-EYES
German marks UMLAUTS
“Not in a million years” AS IF
Accumulation BUILDUP
Carryall TOTE BAG
Poet’s adverb OFT
Genre that includes techno and house music ELECTRONICA
Made a fast stop? ATE
___ The Magazine (highest-circulating magazine in the U.S.) AARP
Like narwhals and walruses TUSKED
What precedes the season? ‘TIS
___ Minor URSA
Does a helmsman’s job STEERS


Clues Answers
Frequent topic for Pablo Neruda AMOR
Area between mountains VALE
Bonus hand in a classic card game CRIB
Taco Bell slogan LIVE MAS
Computing industry standard UNICODE
Guiding lights BEACONS
Abbr. on a car tire PSI
Bench pronouncements RULINGS
Seasoned sailor OLD SALT
Participant in hangman or charades GUESSER
Head of the only government in U.K. history to be found in contempt of Parliament THERESA MAY
“Aujourd’hui, ___ est morte” (opening line of Camus’s “L’Étranger”) MAMAN
Aleutian Islands, on many a map of Alaska INSET
Declines WANES
Source of teenage self-consciousness ACNE
Caesar’s army, in a popular film franchise APES
Range ROAM
Exodus emigrants ISRAELITES
Speck MOTE
Upscale candy brand SEE’S
Very, informally REAL
World leader who once worked as a bouncer and a snowboarding instructor TRUDEAU
Like the characters Romeo and Juliet, but not Mercutio or Tybalt TITULAR
Service at sundown VESPERS
Actor Chris PRATT
Some vacation destinations RESORTS
Leave on the cutting room floor EDIT OUT
Chant at a basketball game DEFENSE!
Something forbidden by the Treaty of Versailles after W.W. I U-BOAT
Civvies MUFTI
Cycle BIKE
Good server ACER
Flits (about) GADS
Many an auditor, for short CPA