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136. Brunswick Stew: A hearty main course stew usually made with regionally sourced ingredients that include some combination of meats, ...  
137. Vulcna's Buns: A type of yeast roll, named for Birmingham's Vulcan of local statuary fame.  
138. Ciculator Dart: A fleet of vintage trolleys that shuttle people around the downtown area.  
139. Black and White: A Birmingham weekly local paper.  
140. WBHM: Birmingham's NPR radio station, at 90.3 FM.  
141. Magic City Hash House Harriers, The: A local running/walking organization that meets several times a month for 2-5 mile walks/runs.  
142. Network Birmingham: A professional women's organization.  
143. Dixie Vintage Automobile Club: A local vintage auto club that meets, of all places, at Krispy Kreme Doughnuts.  
144. First Light: A local homeless shelter for women and children.  
145. Heaviest Corner on Earth, The: In the early 1900s, the nickname for a group of early skyscrapers at the intersection of 20th Street and 1st Ave.  
146. Chow-Chow: A pickled condiment made from cabbage and various other vegetables and spices.  
147. Watermelon Rind Pickles: Sweet pickles made from watermelon rinds instead of cucumbers.  
148. Letter From Birmingham Jail: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 1963 treatise, written while he was imprisoned for nonviolent protest.  
149. Dudley Randall: The Birmingham poet who penned "The Ballad of Birmingham", inspired by a tragic bombing at the 16th Street Baptist ...  
150. Dr. Richard Arrington Jr.: Birmingham's first African-American Mayor, elected in 1979.  
 
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Nickname for none other than Larry Bird, native of French Lick and one of the best basketball players of all time.

A "Bourbon Heritage Center" that traces the historical roots of bourbon and whiskey in pioneer times.

A very unique term to New Orleans for the median of a street. The Spanish and French, who effectively split the city in two, could do business on the "neutral ground" of city streets.

Many Missourians refer to their state as Misery, often refferring to the unpredictable weather.

Richmond has its very own Dog n Suds Drive In, better known by the locals as "Arf n Barf."