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121. WRBC: A Birmingham radio station featuring rock music,heavy metal, hardcore, and punk; 91.5 FM.  
122. Miss Apollo Pageant: One of the oldest and most beloved drag queen beauty pageants in the U.S.  
123. A Yankee Shot: A belly button.  
124. Jim N Nick's 11th Avenue Grill: A popular and reasonably-priced steak/seafood/barbecue joint on 11th Avenue.  
125. Wedding Chapel, The: A Victorian-style tea house, on Centennial Drive.  
126. Safari Coffee Cup: A downtown coffeehouse that serves light lunch fare like salads and sandwiches, desserts, and the usual assortment ...  
127. Rib-It-Up: A take-out restaurant on 1st Avenue serving no-fuss and pretty decent Southern barbeque-style food.  
128. Hilltop, The: Refers to the Birmingham-Southern College.  
129. Muscadines: A type of tough-skinned red or black grape native to Alabama.  
130. Bama: Short for Alabama.  
131. Pepper Place Market: A Saturday farm market that runs from May to late September; features local produce and products, cooking demonstra...  
132. Brunswick Stew: A hearty main course stew usually made with regionally sourced ingredients that include some combination of meats, ...  
133. Vulcna's Buns: A type of yeast roll, named for Birmingham's Vulcan of local statuary fame.  
134. Ciculator Dart: A fleet of vintage trolleys that shuttle people around the downtown area.  
135. Black and White: A Birmingham weekly local paper.  
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In January 1996, a blizzard hit and shut down NYC. Hundreds of stranded travelers were forced to live in the terminals of JFK Airport for two days, since even buses and taxis were immobilized.

Sliding down snow or ice covered hills on "borrowed" cafeteria trays used as makeshift sleds or saucers, mostly by UW students, and particularly on the hill toward the lake from Observatory Drive near Elizabeth Waters Residence Hall (dorm), and less often down Bascom Hill or elsewhere around campus.

A nickname for Los Angeles, which has a large Iranian population, especially in West Los Angeles and Beverly Hills.

A reference to the three main stars on the Boston Celtics--Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Ray Allen. The term was popularized by an ESPN commercial in which Scott Van Pelt is met with a barrage of potential nicknames from the "Big Three" themselves. After hearing a bunch of bizarre ones--and a lame one in the "Three Amigos"--Van Pelt simply silences them with the genius "Boston Three Party".

Means "you should believe me when I say this". May be used at the beginning or end of a sentence. Ex: "Believe you me, Peter, they are up to no good."