New York Times Crossword Answers - September 2, 2015

New York Times Crossword Answers - September 2, 2015

Clue Answer
'Don't text and drive' spot, for short PSA
'Losing My Religion' group REM
'Ooky' cousin on TV ITT
'What is it?' YES
1968 Etta James album TELLMAMA
Abound (with) TEEM
Acts of the Apostles writer, by tradition STLUKE
Alicia Keys's instrument, aptly PIANO
All-female group with the hit 'Free Your Mind' ENVOGUE
Arles's river RHONE
Army E-3 PFC
Best Actress for 'Two Women' LOREN
Breaks, as a stallion TAMES
Cameron of 'Charlie's Angels' DIAZ
Certain salad green CHARD
Cigarette levy, e.g SINTAX
Classic Duke Ellington tune MOODINDIGO
College prank popular in the '50s PANTYRAID
Composer with a horn named for him SOUSA
Cover of knight? ARMOR
CPR expert EMT
Craft for couples ARK
Cross-reference words SEENOTE
Crunchy corn chip FRITO
Dark half of a Chinese circle YIN
Do a golf course job MOW
Do the honors on Thanksgiving CARVE
Earth, in sci-fi tales TERRA
Eliot's 'cruellest' mo APR
Emailed, say SENT
Fish that's never served raw because its blood is poisonous EEL
Fit together, as gears MESH
Game console pioneer ATARI
Hand-wringer's word WOE
Happy, and then some JOYOUS
Head honcho BOSSMAN
Headed for overtime INATIE
Hit bottom? SPANK
How a ship's sails may be positioned ALEE
Icky stuff GOO
In the heart of AMIDST
Invitation senders HOSTS
Japanese genre with voice actors ANIME
Japanese toon with a red bow HELLOKITTY
Leonard who wrote 'Get Shorty' ELMORE
Lollipop-loving character of 1970s TV KOJAK
Margret and Hans, who created Curious George REYS
Matt with 11 Olympic swimming medals BIONDI
N.F.L. ref, slangily ZEBRA
Nearly worthless old French coin SOU
No Mr. Right CAD
Oblong tomato ROMA
Olympic speed skater Davis SHANI
On the contrary BUT
Parochial school teacher, maybe NUN
Perlman of 'Cheers' RHEA
Place where people practice LAWFIRM
Platform for a drum set RISER
Portfolio part, for short IRA
Rafter's challenge RAPIDS
Readies, as leftovers REHEATS
Really, really bad HORRIBLE
Rheumatic ills ACHES
Setting for Capote's 'In Cold Blood' KANSAS
Shoe lift HEELTAP
Slumber party game TRUTHORDARE
Some 'Vette roofs TTOPS
Spend time in a hammock, say NAP
Surname on a financial weekly BARRON
They may be determined by sonograms SEXES
They're hidden in 17-, 25-, 36- and 47-Across NORSEGODS
Tower over DWARF
Understood by few ARCANE
Without a downside NORISK