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April 04, 2014

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: Friday, April 4, 2014 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier : Friday, April 4, 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. Bring up the rear 4. Oscar nomination oversight, e.g. 8. Moisturizer additive 12. Ms. Lupino 13. Chace Crawford on "Gossip Girl" 14. "Doctor Zhivago" director David 15. Deface 16. Roundish 17. Actor Colin of "Under the Dome" 18. Shown, she's Leslie Knope on 40- Across: 2 wds. 21. Meryl Streep's "__ Complicated" 22. Big Nielsen week 26. Comedian/actor Dave 29. Mr. Albert 30. "Deep Space Nine" shapeshifter 31. Jacqueline Kennedy, __ Bouvier 32. Dunn and Ephron 35. ABC's "__ Tank" 37. Native American groups 39. Actor Nicholas of "The X-Files" 40. "Parks and __" 45. Sizable sandwich 48. St. Louis team 49. "Da __ G Show" 50. Classified military base, "__ 51" 51. "Buck" ending 52. Tonic's partner 53. "__ Poets Society" 54. Mr. Jillette 55. 2012 film, "Man __ __ Ledge" Down 1. Bean town? 2. Actor Scott of 40-Across 3. Mr. Sinise 4. Snobbish 5. Cathedral sections 6. D-Day beach 7. School signals 8. Michael Caine's "Batman" role 9. Actor McKern 10. Dinghy propeller 11. Emma Thompson film, "Howards __" 19. Jason Biggs movie, "American __" 20. Member of the flock 23. Dame __ Everage 24. Docking spot 25. Search for 26. Helvetica or Arial, e.g. 27. Stench 28. Ms. Greiner of 35-Across 33. Overseas 34. "Understand?" 35. Kind of ticket 36. Stetson, e.g. 38. Get rid of 39. Liz __ of "30 Rock" 41. Hard to find 42. Othello's betrayer 43. Actor/director Ken 44. Actress Dobrev 45. Owned 46. Palindrome, "Able was I __ ..." 47. "The Crying Game" star Stephen 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? Real-Life Figures as TV Characters 1. This AMC series about an Albuquerque chemistry teacher turned meth cook has a real-life counterpart in Alabama with the same name. 2. This HBO crime drama merely changed the surname of the Atlantic City political boss on which the lead character is based, Enoch "Nucky" Johnson. 3. This HBO Western drama about the titu- lar gold camp featured appearances by Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Wyatt Earp. 4. "Seinfeld" co-creator Larry David mod- eled and named this character after one of his real-life neighbors, who in turn gave guided "Seinfeld" tours in New York City. 5. This ABC political thriller series follows a former White House Communications Director who has started her own crisis management firm, a character drawn from H.W. Bush Administration press aide Judy Smith. Answers 1. "Breaking Bad" 2. "Boardwalk Empire" 3. "Deadwood" 4. Kramer 5. "Scandal" TRIVIA CHAIN - On April 8, 563 B.C., Buddhists cel- ebrate the commemoration of the birth of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. Gautama Buddha was born as Prince Siddhartha, son of the king of the Sakya kingdom, located on the bor- ders of present-day Nepal and India. - On April 7, 1776, Navy Capt. John Bar- ry, commander of the American warship Lexington, makes the first American na- val capture of a British vessel when he takes command of the British warship HMS Edward off the coast of Virginia. - On April 12, 1914, the Mark Strand Theater opens to the public in New York City. The Strand was the first of the "dream palaces." It seated 3,000 people and boasted a second-floor balcony. - On April 9, 1939, Easter Sunday, more than 75,000 people come to the Lin- coln Memorial in Washington, D.C., to hear black contralto Marian Anderson give a free concert. Anderson had been scheduled to sing at Washington's Con- stitution Hall, but the Daughters of the American Revolution denied her the right to perform because of her race. MOMENTS IN TIME PUZZLE PAGES By Dan Rice

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