New York Times, Friday, June 25, 2010

Author: Robin Schulman and Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Robin Schulman
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16/25/20101
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Byron Walden
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXZ} Featured Will Shortz favorite This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Schulman. This is puzzle # 60 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

JimH notes: Read the first letter of each Across clue to reveal a hidden message. Here's the wedding announcement in the NYT.
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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bug detection devices? : PALPS
6. Yemeni, for one : ARAB
10. Red indication on a clock radio : AMPM
14. O. Henry, e.g. : ALIAS
15. Navigational reference points : LODESTARS
17. Answer : REBUT
18. Native Australian winds : DIDGERIDOOS
19. Davy Jones or any other Monkee : TVIDOL
20. Relayed (to) : PASSEDOFF
21. Oiler or liner : VESSEL
23. Bowler alternative : TOPHAT
25. Inhabitants of central African rain forests : OKAPIS
29. Nary a soul : NOONE
30. Tun : WINECASK
32. Only actor to win a comedy and drama Emmy for the same character : ASNER
33. Drench : SOP
34. Abba hit of 1976 : IDOIDOIDOIDOIDO
36. Yossarian's tentmate in "Catch-22" : ORR
37. Wooden or metal framework : TRUSS
40. Implements in a coffee shop : FROTHERS
43. Lobbies, often : ATRIA
44. Less leisurely : FASTER
45. Ballpark fare : CHILIDOG
47. Engaged, and then some : ENRAPT
51. Shunned shellfish, say : ATEKOSHER
55. Aboard a 21-Across, maybe : ASEA
56. You might get it at a nursery : PLANTFOOD
57. "It Don't Come Easy" singer, 1971 : STARR
58. Nautically equipped, in a way : PONTOONED
59. Good place for a smoke : HUMIDOR
60. Incite : STIR
61. "Dawn of the ___ fingers ...": The Odyssey : ROSY
62. Opposite of hatred : AMITY
1. Final section of T. S. Eliot's "The Waste Land" : PARTV
2. Brand with the slogan "All Day Strong" : ALEVE
3. Teen drivers? : LIBIDOS
4. Geithner's predecessor at Treasury : PAULSON
5. "Bird" with a flexible nose : SST
6. "Crimes and Misdemeanors" actor, 1989 : ALDA
7. Gâteau des ___ (Mardi Gras dessert) : ROIS
8. Kicks in : ADDS
9. Spawn : BEGET
10. Mythological thread-cutter : ATROPOS
11. Shower holder : MAIDOFHONOR
12. Sacrilegious types : PROFANERS
13. Freelance output: Abbr. : MSS
16. Red Rock State Park location : SEDONA
20. Spanish man's name that means "peaceful" : PLACIDO
22. Just get (by) : EKE
24. Can.'s Northwest ___ : TERR
26. Bribed : PAIDOFF
27. George Sand title heroine : ISIDORA
28. Some snowmobiles : SKIDOOS
30. Dear : WORTHALOT
31. Bellini opera set in the English Civil War : IPURITANI
33. Short and disconnected: Abbr. : STAC
35. Punctilious type, slangily : IDOTTER
38. February 4th, to some? : SILENTR
39. Accepted : SAIDOKTO
41. Chick magnet? : HEN
42. Slip : ERRATUM
46. Fetch : GOFOR
48. "Same here" : ASAMI
49. Birthstone for most Leos : PERIDOT
50. Be a slowpoke : TARRY
52. "I am," in Italy : SONO
53. They might break up a plot : HOES
54. Turning point? : EDDY
56. "Also, I almost forgot ...": Abbr. : PPS
57. Doo-wop syllable : SHA

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