The Washington Post Sunday Crossword

___ scale (measure of mineral hardness) 0
___ Jerry (‘In the Summertime’ band) 0
___ Club (Walmart subsidiary) 0
___ Carnahan (Rachel Weisz’s role in ‘The Mummy’) 0
[Your lap is nice and cozy, human] 0
Ye ___ Tavern (Vermont restaurant that was originally built in 1790) 0
Wyatt played by Kurt Russell in ‘Tombstone’ 0
Wounded 0
Worker frosting a cake 0
What a Fitbit tracks 0
Walter daydreaming in a James Thurber short story 0
Volunteer’s reply to ‘Who wants to pick up the food?’ 0
Vietnamese soup served at an electronic dance club? 0
Victory for making a fast-food order from one’s car? 0
UV-blocking no 0
Tony-winning musical with the number ‘Welcome to Our House on Maple Avenue’ 0
Techniques 0
Sweet fall beverage 0
Swamp dweller 0
Steams up, with ‘up’ 0
Sparrows’ space 0
SNL creator Michaels 0
Smooth and confident 0
Slicer site 0
Section of a church 0
Second course prereq 0
Salerno citizen 0
Rodents that express favorable opinions? 0
Reviews for smash hits 0
Rescue site for a shipwreck survivor 0
Quality of being good 0
Project for a member of Women Who Code 0
Price indicator 0
Pouch in a washer drum 0
Poetic color hidden in Carolyn Kizer’s poem title ‘What the Bones Know’ 0
Place in the attic, say 0
Pizza order specification 0
Pickled condiment 0
Pen-manufacturing company removed from 64 Across 0
Partially submerged spelunking venue 0
Part of a classic Bob Marley refrain 0
One spending time in a bottle 0
Numero despues de uno 0
Not-rare stake in Vegas 0
Night light visitor 0
NHL great Phil, to fans 0
News anchor Koppel 0
Nature trail outings 0
National ___ Cookie Day (March 6) 0
Musician with mallets 0