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46. 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...  
47. Sun Devils: general term used to refer to ASU students and alumni  
48. Valley Metro: Tempe's public transit bus system. All the buses are handicap-accessible and have bike racks, and are a convenient ...  
49. BNI: The Barrow Neurological Institute; one of the country's top neurological research hospitals, connected to the St. J...  
50. 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...  
51. Saguaro: The stately cacti native to the Arizona desert, and a pop-culture symbol of the Southwest.  
52. Copenhaver Castle: An impressive medieval-style castle, (a private residence) built onto the south side of Camelback Mountain by a Pho...  
53. Diamondbacks: Arizona's major league baseball team.  
54. Chase Field: Home of the Arizona Diamonbacks baseball team. The stadium has a retractable roof, a swimming pool, and guess what,...  
55. Evan Mecham: The controversial former Arizona Governor who tried to cancel paid Martin Luther King Day for state employees in th...  
56. Lost Dutchman's Mine: The subject of a famous legend regarding a rich gold mine in the Superstition Mountains-likely exaggerated, but bas...  
57. Supes, The: Nickname for the Superstition Mountains  
58. Superstition Mountains, The: The mountain range to the east of Phoenix; contains a designated wilderness area and Superstition Mountain, a popul...  
59. Pioneer and Military Memorial Park: A historic cemetary in downtown Phoenix, the final resting place of many historical figures, including Jacob Waltz ...  
60. Lee Oriental Rock Garden: Local eccentric Louis Lee spent 40 years constructing this elaborate artistic structure, incorporating stone, newsp...  
 
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Milorganite is the brand name of a fertilizer that the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District started producing during the 1940s. Yes, it was made from the sewerage in Milwaukee treatment plant. The name is a contraction of Milwaukee Organic Nitrogen.

Punxsatawney Phil is actually Pennsylvania's version of Jimmy the Groundhog. After all, Sun Prairie is the Groundhog Capital of the World.

A style of housing dating back to the 17th century, similar to a town home; very common in the older parts of D.C.

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.

A nickname for Cincinnati in recognition of its former status as a major pork industry center.