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91. Shea Corridor, The: An area of central Scottsdale, generally characterized as falling in the quarter mile to the north and south of She...  
92. Resort Corridor: A section of North Scottsdale Road in the "Shea Corridor" area where a large number of resorts are concentrated.  
93. North Scottsdale: One of the newer areas of the city, containing some of the most expensive houses in the U.S.  
94. Parada del Sol: An annual month-long celebration of cowboy culture including a parade, live rodeos, started in 1954.  
95. CrackerJax: a 27-acre family theme park that includes go-kart tracks, miniature and regular golf, water rides, batting cages, a...  
96. Downtown Scottsdale Trolley: A fleet of vintage trolleys that provide free transportation between several of the shopping districts, the downtow...  
97. Neighborhood Trolley: Free trolleys running back and forth to local schools, parks, medical facilities, shopping centers, etc.  
98. American/Western Art Collector: These two nationally-distributed magazines for art collectors are published in Scottsdale.  
99. Scottsdale Republic: Scottsdale's daily newspaper.  
100. Furio: A cosmopolitan Italian restaurant in downtown Scottsdale with a bar and a lounge, serving unique specialty drinks, ...  
101. Atlas Bistro: A fancy BYOB place featuring organic vegetables and wild game, with a varying daily tasting menu and a nice ala car...  
102. Salt River Tubing: Tubing is great fun; you sit in a huge inner tube and float down the river. Be sure to wear suntan lotion and bring...  
103. Molly Brannigans: An Irish pub featuring lots of Guinness beer, a decent food menu, and live music on the weekends. There is also a p...  
104. Superstition Farm: A working dairy farm that offers tours, in hopes of educating the urban folks about day-to-day life on a working fa...  
105. Los Dos Molinos: An excellent Mexican restaurant that serves fresh tortillas made in-house daily. The food is spicy-be warned-but we...  
 
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Bag of chips.

The intersection of N Broad St, Warren St, Brunswick Ave, Pennington Ave, and Princeton Ave; site of the "Battle Monument", 150 foot-tall monument marking the site where George Washington's army launched the historic Battle of Trenton that happpened during the Revolutionary War.

A nickname for the 174 bus between Seattle and Federal Way.

Hazy, hot, and humid -- how local news anchors describe a typical summer day in D.C.

Refers to the extensive Internet resources offered by the Library of Congress.