L.A. Times Daily Crossword Answers - March 31, 2015

L.A. Times Daily Crossword Answers - March 31, 2015

Clue Answer
"Alas and __!" ALACK
"Days of __ Lives" OUR
"Tao Te Ching" poet __-tzu LAO
"Yummy!" DELISH
"__ Life": Sinatra hit THATS
"__ o' your throats": "Measure for Measure" APOX
*Hidden explosives activator TRIPWIRE
*Off-the-wall game? HANDBALL
*One given to flights of fancy DAYDREAMER
*Pest-control device MOUSETRAP
*Simple garment HOUSEDRESS
Actress Hagen UTA
Aerobic exercise aid STEP
Apply, as pressure EXERT
Attend uninvited CRASH
Bagpiper's topper TAM
Beer holder STEIN
Brewski SUDS
Came out of one's shell? HATCHED
Campus URL suffix EDU
Chastain of women's soccer BRANDI
City in northern France LILLE
City NW of Orlando OCALA
Colombian city CALI
Comic Izzard EDDIE
Dash gauge TACH
December 24 or 31 EVE
Drunkard SOT
Each PER
Ear piece? STUD
Ex-Disney CEO Michael EISNER
Exit the bus GETOFF
Farm female HEN
FDR's last vice president HST
Figuratively, where some wild ideas come out of; literally, a hint to a word and its position when paired with the starts of the answers to starred clues LEFTFIELD
Go round and round SPIN
Got under control TAMED
Grant-granting gp NEA
Greet the day AWAKEN
Guided LED
Height: Pref ACRO
Hersey's bell town ADANO
Ice cream maker Joseph EDY
IHOP condiment SYRUP
In need of a chill pill TENSE
Iraqi port BASRA
Letter after iota KAPPA
Like paradise EDENIC
Mubarak of Egypt HOSNI
Mystery writer Gardner ERLE
Neighborhood AREA
Old Russian ruler TSAR
Overthrow TOPPLE
Pawn at a shop HOCK
Phobic AFRAID
Pitiless CRUEL
Printer cartridge contents INKS
Puncture with a pin PRICK
Rented again RELET
Romeo and Juliet, e.g ROLES
Saintly glow AURA
Serious GRAVE
Short-lived Egypt-Syr. alliance UAR
Silly INANE
Song of praise PAEAN
Soul automaker KIA
Sportscast rundown RECAP
Tap concern DRIP
Thread dispenser SPOOL
TV forensic drama CSI
Unoriginal BANAL
Vague shapes BLOBS
Went round and round ROTATED
Western defense gp OAS
Woodlands man-goat SATYR
Words after "crack" or "live by" ACODE
__ shot FLU
__-slapper KNEE