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February 28, 2014

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: Friday, February 28, 2014 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier : Friday, February 28, 2014 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier CELEBRITY CROSSWORD SUDOKU Fill in the puzzle grid so that every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. Across 1. Lifetime series, "Drop Dead __" 5. Michael J. Fox sitcom, "__ City" 9. Rainbow 12. Bridget Moynahan's "Blue Bloods" role 13. Prop for Dr. House 14. Music's __ Mix-a-Lot 15. Give a heads-up 16. Tennis star Kournikova 17. Kwik-E-Mart clerk on "The Simpsons" 18. Shown, actor/comedian: 2 wds. 21. Oriental tie 23. Don Cheadle's "A __ Before Dying" 24. "For whom the bell tolls..." poet 26. Makes out 30. Director Kazan 31. Economist Greenspan 32. Ms. Katic of "Castle" 34. Honey Boo Boo's first name 35. With "The," Kyra Sedgwick series 39. Actress Foster 40. "August: Osage County" star: 2 wds. 44. Prefix for "skeleton" 45. "The Drew Carey Show" location 46. Sleeveless garment 49. Bro's counterpart 50. Care for 51. Diminutive suffix 52. Bolted down 53. Fill up completely 54. Raygun setting Down 1. A.M. condensation 2. Lyricist Gershwin 3. Ms. Madsen 4. Meara or Baxter 5. Cause fear in 6. Twinges 7. Actress Laura of "ER" 8. SNL alum Kevin 9. "On the double" letters 10. Ready for picking 11. "Major Crimes" actor Raymond 19. Flamenco cheer 20. Ryan or Shaquille 21. Keatsian works 22. 2008 dog movie 25. Ms. Grace of HLN 27. "The Beverly Hillbillies" family name 28. "Citizen __" 29. Unforeseen difficulty 33. Gives out 34. "The Kids __ All Right" 36. Actor Milo of "The Verdict" 37. Time on the job 38. Wear away 40. Tableland 41. Steven Seagal's "__ Wounds" 42. Charlie of "CBS This Morning" 43. Samuel L. Jackson movie, "__ Bayou" 47. Ed Helms in "The Hangover" 48. "Perfect" number WORD QUIZZARD In the grid below, twenty answers can be found that fit the category for today. Circle each answer that you find and list it in the space provided at the right of the grid. Answers can be foundin all directions - forwards, backwards, horizontally, vertically and diagonally. An example is given to get you started. Can you find the twenty answers in this puzzle? ExTrAorDinAry ACADEmy AwArD winnErS 1. Not only was this 1939 epic the first color film to win for Best Picture, it won eight Oscars in all, and is named by many as the best movie of all time. 2. At the other end of the light spec- trum, this was the last film shot entirely in black & white to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. 3. The gritty drama was the only X-rated feature film to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. 4. This crime drama was the first sequel to win the Best Picture Oscar. 5. This visionary won the most total Academy Awards – 22 regular Oscars and four honorary ones – and received the most total nominations (64). ANSWERS 1. "Gone With the Wind" 2. "The Artist" 3. "Midnight Cowboy" 4. "The Godfather: Part II" 5. Walt Disney TRIVIA CHAIN - On March 6, 1475, Michelangelo Bu- onarroti, the greatest of the Italian Re- naissance artists, is born in the village of Caprese. His most important early work was the Pieta (1498), which showed the body of Christ in the lap of the Virgin Mary. He extracted the two perfectly balanced figures of the Pieta from a sin- gle block of marble. - On March 8, 1862, the Confederate ironclad Virginia wreaks havoc on a Yan- kee squadron off Hampton Roads, Va., when it attacked the U.S.S. Cumber- land. Other Union ships fired back, but the shots were, in the words of one ob- server, "having no more effect than peas from a pop-gun." - On March 5, 1977, the Dial-a-Presi- dent radio program, featuring President Jimmy Carter and CBS news anchorman Walter Cronkite, airs for the first time. Approximately 9 million calls flooded the radio studio during the two-hour broadcast. - On March 7, 1987, Mike Tyson defeats James "Bonecrusher" Smith to unify the WBA and WBC heavyweight titles. At age 20, Tyson became the youngest undisputed heavyweight champion in boxing history. MOMENTS IN TIME PUZZLE PAGES By Dan Rice

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