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121. Mormon Temple: This Mormon Temple in downtown Mesa is said to be the third largest outside Salt Lake City and was the first built ...  
122. LDS: Acronym for the "Latter Day Saints"; Mesa is home to a large number of Mormons.  
123. Mining Camp, The: A mining-camp theme restaurant established at the foot of the Superstition mountains in 1961. They serve all-you-ca...  
124. Apache Trail: A scenic byway offering some of the best views of central Arizona, all from the comfort of your own automobile. Be ...  
125. Hohokam Stadium: This is where the Chicago Cubs go for Spring Training.  
126. Mormon Temple Christmas Lights, The: The Temple is famous in part for its glorious (and luminous) Christmas display.  
127. Arizona Museum of Natural History: A variety of artifacts including an awesome dinosaur exhibit, and a fun gold-panning activity, and lots of informat...  
128. Snakes: Watch out for rattlesnakes not only in the desert, but also in desert-style landscaping...sometimes the reptiles ha...  
129. Mesa Thrift: The place to go for bargain-shopping in Mesa; great deals on clothing in particular, but they carry a large variety...  
130. Secret Garden, The: A small oasis of park completely surrounded by the Dixie Gammage and West Hall on the West end of the Tempe campus....  
131. Phoenician: No, it has nothing to do with the ancient civilization of Phoenicia, but is rather a nickname for a resident of Pho...  
132. urban village: The urban village is the highest-level geographical territory within Phoenix. Phoenix's urban villages are then bro...  
133. Tucson: The English name Tucson derives from the Spanish name of the city, Tucsón [tukˈson], meaning "(at the) base of the ...  
134. Old Pueblo, The: Tucson is sometimes referred to as "The Old Pueblo".  
135. Sunshine Factory, The: A nickname for Tucson, AZ  
 
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1. A common question in Saint Louis upon meeting someone. It is thought that meaningful stereotypes can be made of a person once knowing where he went to high school. This is perhaps a testament to the intense segregation that has plagued the city.

2. the most commonly used question in stl; the first thing people ask when they meet you.

1. Taking place the night before Halloween, youngsters take the opportunity to hurl foodstuffs (like eggs and cabbage, hence the name) at people and houses. Mischief Night seems quite descriptive, but Bostonians like to have their own names for things.

2. October 30th, the night before Halloween; elsewhere known as "mischief night".

Razor Clam Capital is a nickname for Cordova. So is "Clam Town."

A derogatory local nickname for Albany invoked by its more disenchanted residents.

A drinking fountain, or bubbler if you will.