OK, OK. we heard you: the crossword in today's paper is missing some clues! WW regrets the error. 

The full clues are below:

Across 1) Loud event 12) Mauna ___ 15) She drinks Go-Go Juice and showed her belly to the judges 16) Furthermore 17) Tudor symbol 18) General who's an enemy of Superman 19) Keep a ship from leaving port, maybe 20) On the line 22) Headwear banned by the NFL 24) Words that can precede a proverb 25) Robert who played A.J. Soprano 27) Word in wedding notices 28) Big name in skydiving? 32) Brown eraser variety 36) Banned apple spray 37) Had a yearning 39) Unit of loudness 40) JPEG alternative 42) Home to some lifers 44) Inseparable 45) Give off, like charm 46) Actress Nicollette 50) Romanian composer George of the opera "Oedipe" 55) It goes from box to pan 56) Garfunkel and ___ (female comedy-folk duo) 57) Folk rocker DiFranco 58) Chip slogan 62) Metta World Peace's former first name 63) Stocking expert 64) Fruit in some cookies 65) Check alternatives Down 1) Freudian concept 2) They brought you the Popeil Pocket Fisherman 3) The Hulk's catalyst 4) Late "Queen of Salsa" ___ Cruz 5) Making a segue (to) 6) Docs for women only 7) "Ruh-___!" (Scooby-Doo phrase) 8) "Un momento, ___ favor" 9) German WWII craft 10) Utterly befuddled 11) "Guys and Dolls" composer/lyricist Frank 12) Former file-sharing site 13) Mushroom used in Japanese cooking 14) Threw in 21) African parasite 23) Put on, like comfier clothes 24) Affixes T-shirt designs 26) Pink Floyd label 28) Chatter 29) Pharmaceutical company ___ Lilly 30) Snitch 31) At least 33) Democrats' rivals 34) Article in the Montreal Gazette? 35) Dudes 38) Eisenhower's command, for short 41) Belief in hidden spiritual creatures 43) Woodworker, when doing some joining 46) Cold-weather wear 47) Former capital of French Indochina 48) ___ out (managing) 49) Musician Hoyt ___ (who also appeared in "Gremlins") 51) Alleviated 52) Singer on "Shiny Happy People" 53) One who gives up 54) Site visitors 59) Before, before 60) "Law," on a bilingual workroom poster 61) When doubled, a 1965 Dixie Cups song