L.A. Times Daily Crossword Answers - May 15, 2015

Clue Answer
"I __ Piccoli Porcellini" TRE
"The War of the Worlds" character ALIEN
"What, will these hands __ be clean?": Lady Macbeth NEER
Allow to use LEND
Aptly sensitive TACTFUL
Arctic Blast maker ICEE
Attractive legumes? MAGNETICBEANS
Bath-loving Muppet ERNIE
Bering Sea port NOME
Beverage flavored with cinnamon and cardamom CHAI
Blaze at a hat factory? BONNETFIRE
Bloody Mary ingredient VODKA
Cheese manufacturing byproduct WHEY
Chick bar? ROOST
Chum PAL
Color variant TINT
Completely surrounds ENWRAPS
Culinary pursuits ARTS
Dark-haired brigade? BRUNETTEFORCE
Decoy TRAP
Deuce follower ADIN
Diamond standout ACE
Doctor, perhaps EDIT
Eagerly head for RUNTO
End of basketball? ELS
Exasperated IRKED
Factory container VAT
Find, with "up" DIG
Frostbite victim TOE
Furor STIR
Grounded Aussie EMU
Hornet hangout NEST
Individual way MANNERISM
Inexpensive opening? ECONO
Italian white wines ETNAS
Its national anthem is "Peace to the Sultan" OMAN
Jeopardy DANGER
Joey of fiction ROO
Labor long hours TOIL
Lenovo acquired its PC business in 2005 IBM
Like film narration ORAL
Manner MODE
Omegas, to a physicist OHMS
One of the Twelve Olympians ARES
Overthrows TOPPLES
Person, slangily EGG
Places for electronic monitors ANKLES
Popular palm fruit ACAI
Pot enhancer ANTE
Remove, as a cravat UNTIE
Ruler of the Valkyries ODIN
Rural valley GLEN
Russo who plays Frigga in "Thor" RENE
Sign posted on an office computer? NETWORKOUT
Smidgen IOTA
Sprang (from) AROSE
Stick ROD
Subterranean critter MOLE
Taxable amount ... and a hint to the four longest puzzle answers NETGAIN
Texter's "I almost forgot" BTW
Thigh-toning exercise LUNGE
Tlingit feature of Seattle's Pioneer Square TOTEMPOLE
To a larger extent MORESO
Train station stat ETA
Turns red, maybe RUSTS
Unbendable SET
Unequivocal statement IMEANIT
Unit of volume LITER
Unwelcome garden visitor PEST
Venison source DEER
Verbally assault BLAST
Welsh/English border river DEE
Wes Craven film locale: Abbr ELMST
Winter vehicle SLED
Wishful words IFONLY
Wowed one's word OOH