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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 local motto in recent years used to promote the city’s eccentricity and diversity. It's featured on innumerable bumper stickers and t-shirts.

Brew/movie, relating to any number of theaters that serve beer. Popular ones are Kennedy School, Laurelhurst, Baghdad.

A group of people who follow a brass band down the street while swinging handkerchiefs over their heads and doing a special, shuffle-step dance.

A reference to the relatively laid-back pace of the city.

A newcomer to Alaska. The word comes from the Chinook and can be used nicely, or disparagingly to describe an ignorant or obnoxious outsider.