05.29.15 — The Friday Crossword

Stonehenge in Pilton Down, Wiltshire. 
Photograph: Richard T. Nowitz/Corbis 


Friday, May 29, 2015

Puzzle by Patrick Berry / Edited by Will Shortz

Of interest — ABOUT A BOY (2D. 1998 coming-of-age novel by Nick Hornby); BY ACCIDENT (47A. Without trying); EYE RHYMES (36A. Four-hour tour features?); GYPSIES (34D. Broadway chorus dancers, informally); HATCHES (37D. Sub entries); HEALTH FOOD (15A. Good eats); HORSEHIDE (29D. Old baseball coverage?);  IN RARE FORM (18A. Doing particularly well); OZONE HOLE (31D. Atmospheric problem); POKER GAME (3D. Oscar Madison’s weekly event); SAINTHOOD (27A. Judas never attained it); STONEHENGE (20A. Site of an annual British music festival); UPS THE ANTE (51A. Increases risk and reward); YOKE (17A. For which two heads are better than one?); ZEROES IN ON (53A. Gets very near).


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Puzzle available on the internet at

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