New York Times Crossword Answers - September 14, 2015

New York Times Crossword Answers - September 14, 2015

Clue Answer
'Big ___' ('Who cares?') WHOOP
'Don Giovanni' or 'Don Pasquale' OPERA
'Get what I mean?' SEE
'Get what I mean?,' informally YKNOW
'Good heavens!' OHGOD
'NOT true!' THATISALIE
'S' on the dinner table SALT
'Same here!' IDOTOO
'War and Peace' author LEOTOLSTOY
'WTF With ___ Maron' (popular podcast) MARC
1986 Nobel Peace Prize winner Wiesel ELIE
ABC a.m. show, for short GMA
Betray, as a naughty sibling RATON
Bushy dos, informally FROS
Busy company around Mother's Day and Valentine's Day HALLMARKCARDS
Captain or major RANK
Chocolate wafer bar in a red wrapper KITKAT
Control tower device RADAR
Course for many immigrants, for short ESL
Cream of the crop BEST
Don PUTON
Donkeys ASSES
Dugout figure BATBOY
El ___, Tex PASO
Encrypt? INTER
Fed. fugitive hunters USMARSHALS
Follower of 'a' or 'the,' often NOUN
Food in a feedbag OATS
Frequent Arctic forecast SNOW
Gets ready to strike, as a snake COILS
Golf shots off tees DRIVES
Google smartphone released in 2014 ANDROIDONE
Gracefully thin SVELTE
Hartford's state: Abbr CONN
Have a bug AIL
Hersey's 'A Bell for ___' ADANO
Hiking trail reference MAP
Hip guy MRCOOL
Hockey team that plays at Staples Center LOSANGELESKINGS
Insurers assume them RISKS
Klum of 'Project Runway' HEIDI
Lab glasses VIALS
Lana Del ___, singer with the 2014 #1 album 'Ultraviolence' REY
Lawyer's assignment CASE
Lens of a camera, essentially EYE
Like most Jordanians ARAB
Looks down on SCORNS
Luxury watch brand ROLEX
Massage RUB
Memorandum NOTE
Muse for Lord Byron ERATO
Niger's western neighbor MALI
Online tech review site CNET
Org. whose website has many links? USGA
Pale-faced ASHY
Royal topper ... or part of the logos of 16-, 21-, 38- and 53-Across CROWN
SAT, e.g EXAM
Sign in a radio studio ONAIR
Spanish miss: Abbr SRTA
Suffix with cyan- IDE
Suffix with Vietnam ESE
Super Bowl advertiser with Clydesdale horses BUDWEISER
Thieves STEALS
Three-time Grammy winner Steve EARLE
Ukraine's capital KIEV
What a fawn might grow into DOE
What someone's best at FORTE
Where Buddhists worship PAGODA
Woolly mama EWE
Word before a maiden name NEE
Yankee slugger with the most M.L.B. career grand slams, informally AROD
___ acid (part of lemons and oranges) CITRIC
___ Solo of 'Star Wars' HAN
___ Victrola RCA