New York Times Crossword Answers - August 23, 2015

New York Times Crossword Answers - August 23, 2015

Clue Answer
#1 Billboard artist that's an anagram of 112-Across GUNSNROSES
#1 Billboard artist that's an anagram of 23-Across CELINEDION
#1 Billboard artist that's an anagram of 45-Across MILEYCYRUS
#1 Billboard artist that's an anagram of 66-Across AEROSMITH
#1 Billboard artist that's an anagram of 87-Across CAROLEKING
'... ___ other name would smell as sweet': Juliet ANY
'Et tu?' YOUTOO
'Family Guy' baby STEWIE
'Heavens!' MERCYME
'Nonsense!' MYHAT
'Ohhh, O.K.' ISEE
'Science Friday' airer NPR
'The Walking Dead' channel AMC
'Whatever' MEH
'Wicked Game' singer Chris ISAAK
'___ are like beards; men do not have them until they grow up': Voltaire IDEAS
Acrylic container PAINTPOT
Actor Jeong of 'The Hangover' KEN
Alternative band that sounds like every other alternative band? INDIECLONE
Alternative to an Oscar SAGAWARD
Aristotle's school LYCEUM
Armpit-related AXILLARY
AT&T and Comcast, for short ISPS
Banks with a lot of money TYRA
Bone: Prefix OSTE
Botanist Gray ASA
Bunkhouse feature COT
California school attended by Obama, familiarly OXY
Carrier letters USS
Caution in a movie review, maybe SPOILERALERT
Cell in a 21-Across OOCYTE
Cellar setup WINERACK
Check time PAYDAY
Church council SYNOD
City between Turin and Genoa ASTI
Coffeehouse entertainers POETS
Comfort REASSURE
Computer that sounds like a theater when pluralized IMAC
Congressional divider AISLE
Count (on) RELY
Deli order HAM
Digression ASIDE
Documentarian Morris ERROL
Dough used for tortillas, maybe DINERO
Drivetrain part AXLE
Egg producer OVARY
Emmy-nominated FX comedy LOUIE
Enormous MAMMOTH
Enrique ___ Nieto, Mexican president elected in 2012 PENA
Epitome of desolateness SIBERIA
Excite AROUSE
Face wear for Jason Voorhees in 'Friday the 13th' HOCKEYMASK
Figure in a Yogi Bear cartoon PARKRANGER
Friendly music genre? GENIALROCK
Frilly trim RUCHE
Full of frills LACY
Good deal LOT
Greeting to a conductor? HIMAESTRO
Head case? COMA
Hit a high point PEAK
Hooded jacket ANORAK
Hosp. procedure MRI
Human, for one PRIMATE
Hurt AIL
Invitation for musical plagiarism? USEMYLYRIC
It's often set at night ALARM
Jacob's name after he wrestled with the angel ISRAEL
Karaoke need MIC
Keeping the beat? ONPATROL
Kimchi is its national dish KOREA
Leading ONTOP
Light blue-green JADE
Like first editions, often RARE
Like military hairstyles CLOSECUT
Like some drinks and emotions MIXED
Limitless quantity SEA
Loaf DOGIT
Lose face EATCROW
Maa in 'Babe,' e.g EWE
Make a mistake SLIP
Makeshift weapon in a murder mystery LETTEROPENER
Making known STATING
Mystery writer Deighton LEN
Mythical weeper NIOBE
N.L. East team, to fans PHILS
Nascar sponsor STP
Never, in Berlin NIE
New Year's Eve host Carson DALY
Newsroom workers, for short EDS
Noisy talker MACAW
Nothing, slangily JACK
Oil change, brake test, etc CARCARE
Old greeting AVE
Org. with a closing bell NYSE
Ornate BUSY
Padlocks lock them HASPS
Paintball sound SPLAT
Part of a hospital playlist? NURSESSONG
Pepper ___, Iron Man's love interest POTTS
Performance often in Italian ARIA
Persists, as a forest fire RAGESON
Play thing PROP
Private sector? THEARMY
Punch in ENTER
Quirk ANOMALY
Ready for use ONTAP
Rebels' school OLEMISS
Remote possibility? MUTE
Reveal LETON
Saint with an alphabet named after him CYRIL
Sea creatures with beaks OCTOPI
See 124-Across AGO
Showroom display MODELS
Something skipped STONE
Spanish gold ORO
Spellbound RAPT
Spot ESPY
Spot check? LEASH
Taj Mahal city AGRA
That: Sp ESA
They're new to the family STEPDADS
Tide type NEAP
Till bill TEN
Together ASAUNIT
Tries HASAGO
Triumphant cry HURRAH
Turn (into) MORPH
Turn to mush ROT
Twenty something? ATM
Unseen winning card, in poker lingo OUT
Virginia's ___ Hill Academy, alma mater of 20+ N.B.A. players OAK
Welcome to the fold? BAA
Whips TANS
Winter Olympics powerhouse: Abbr SWE
With 97-Across, back some time WEEKS
Word after leading or cleaning LADY
___ acetosella (KHC2O4) SAL
___ Air IPAD
___ coeptis (phrase on the back of a dollar bill) ANNUIT
___ wars COLA