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46. Corleone's: This gangster-themed Mill Ave eatery claims to have "the best friggin' (Philly-style) cheese steaks in town", but t...  
47. Arboretum, The: This ASU-affiliated collection of trees and other botanical entities, spead across the Tempe campus, is the largest...  
48. Diablo Stadium: A baseball stadium and sports complex, home to the Angels baseball team spring training, and host to a variety of o...  
49. Bison Witches: A popular bar/eatery known for their huge sandwiches, bread-bowl soups and great variety of beers.  
50. Wong's Place: An authentic Chinese restaurant with excellent food and a creative take on the usual standards. The portion sizes o...  
51. Chuck Box: The best hamburgers in Tempe. The burgers are mequite-grilled and come with with a variety of toppings-try the 'tij...  
52. Arizona Mills: A large shopping mall with an 3-D IMAX theater. The standard indoor-mall-type shops are interspersed a few interest...  
53. Big Bang, The: A "sing-along piano bar"-meaning they put on audience-participatory musical/comedy shows. It's a little silly, but ...  
54. Insight Fiesta Bowl Block Party: The auditorium is in the southwest corner of the Arizona State University's main campus. It is considered to be the...  
55. Sun Devils: general term used to refer to ASU students and alumni  
56. Valley Metro: Tempe's public transit bus system. All the buses are handicap-accessible and have bike racks, and are a convenient ...  
57. BNI: The Barrow Neurological Institute; one of the country's top neurological research hospitals, connected to the St. J...  
58. Ghost Trial of the Century: The trial involved dozens of people who competed for the fortune of a deceased prospector who left a six-figure for...  
59. Saguaro: The stately cacti native to the Arizona desert, and a pop-culture symbol of the Southwest.  
60. Copenhaver Castle: An impressive medieval-style castle, (a private residence) built onto the south side of Camelback Mountain by a Pho...  
 
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In 1998, Topeka Mayor Joan Wagnon renamed the Kansas capital "ToPikachu" for a day as part of a promotional event to mark Pokémon's debut in the United States. Even now, it's hard to think of Topeka without thinking of ToPikachu.

This is one of the common nicknames for Solid Rock Church's enormous sculpture of Jesus Christ. Rising 62 feet high this sculpture is hard to miss. It is located on the east side of I-75 north of Cincinnati. While it has other nicknames such Touchdown Jesus, I really like the name Butter Jesus. In the right light, it looks just like a giant butter sculpture.

An ironic reference to Dutchess Community College, Poughkeepsie's two-year school.

While outsiders might assume you can borrow money from your buddy and he will lend it to you, in Wisconsin we borrow everything. i.e. "Can you borrow me ten bucks?" "No, sorry. I can't borrow it to you 'cuz then I won't have enough left for the brat fry."

A nickname for the Port of Miami, due to the brisk business of passenger cruises situated here.