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91. Wonderboys, The: Arkansas Tech's men's football team.  
92. Corliss Williamson: This former NBA player for the Sacramento Kings grew up in Russellville.  
93. Russellville Country Club: An 18 hole golf course that has been around for almost a century. They have other amenities like a snack bar and bu...  
94. Dardanelle Dam: There is a lovely park and recreation area here; amenities include a soccer field, tennis and basketball courts, an...  
95. Tyrone Williamson: The first (and current) African-American mayor of Russelville.  
96. Maria's Mexican: Fast and inexpensive but very tasty authentic Mexican food. The burritos are particularly good, and huge...a good b...  
97. Station Café: The best burgers in the area, made from Angus beef hand-ground right in the restaurant. They also serve french frie...  
98. Walton's Five and Dime: The very first incarnation of what has since become the gargantuan Walmart empire. It's now a free museum dedicated...  
99. Bentonville City Square: The middle of town, a well-groomed central mini-park where cultural events are held, mainly in the warmer months (w...  
100. Beaver Lake: A beautiful lake just outside Bentonville, known for its excellent bass fishing; also in the vicinity are hiking tr...  
101. XNA: The airport code for Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport  
102. Thai Spice: A good place to get inexpensive Thai food like curries, soups and other spicy fare.  
103. Siloam Springs Museum: A museum featuring permanent and rotating exhibits concerned with the history of the area, including recreations of...  
104. Walnut Ridge Depot: A historic train station built in 1920, that has since been restored and now houses the local Chamber of Commerce.  
105. Catfish Hole: An aptly-titled restaurant that serves excellent catfish, but also other seafood, in copious quantities. The hushpu...  
 
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A pervasive New York City urban legend tells of infant alligators brought back from Florida vacations and subsequently flushed down toilets only to form scattered colonies of full-grown alligators thriving beneath the city streets. Some versions describe the alligators as albino, having lost their pigment from living in the dark sewers for generations.

A nickname for Staten Island originated by Wu-Tang Clan (who are from Staten Island).

A series of pots set along the Squawpeak Parkway, an attempted 'art project' on the part of the city that has received mixed responses from the citizens. Locals occasionally contribute a toilet to the display in order to express their sentiments.

A popular--and relatively new--nickname for the city of Houston, which refers to “chopped and screwed,” an authentically Houston style of music.

The Plastic Pink Flamingo was voted Madison's official city bird today. The alders were inspired by a prank pulled by a UW student group 30 years ago that planted 1,000 such creatures in the lawn in front of Bascom Hall.