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76. Circular Metro Rail: An elevated monorail train that circles Downtown Miami.  
77. Bounty: A replication of a famous sailing ship, situated near a shopping mall.  
78. Atlantis Building: The building made famous by Miami Vice, created by Gianni Versace, is found on Bricknell Ave in Miami Beach.  
79. Bayside Marketplace: Over 100 shops and restaurants located at the intersection of 4th Street and Biscayune in Downtown Miami.  
80. Julia Tuttle: The founder of Miami; the only female to found a major U.S. city.  
81. Miami Ink: A reality-TV show aired on TLC, that follows life in a Miami tattoo parlor.  
82. CocoWalk Shopping Center: A stylized shopping mall in Coconut Grove.  
83. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens: This landmark property, located at 3251 South Miami Avenue, was the site of the 1994 Summit of the Americas and rem...  
84. Miami Seaquarium: A huge aquarium located at 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway.  
85. Coral Gables: A very elegant neighborhood in Miami, surrounded by coral walls.  
86. Espanola Way: A section of Miami Beach known for its European feel, and for its art and shopping offerings.  
87. Clay Hotel & International Hostel: Located on Espanola Way, notable as the former home of Desi Arnaz.  
88. Road, The: Nickname for the Lincoln Road Mall, a wide, pedestrian-only stretch of sidewalk in Miami Beach that is a sort of "c...  
89. New World Symphony: A fellowship program for gifted orchestral/symphony graduates that offers a variety of concerts in the Miami Beach ...  
90. Joe Robbie Stadium: The stadium that Joe Robbie built for the Miami Dolphins team.  
 
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Philadelphia's area code and a colloquial term for Philadelphia itself, as in the following sentence: "Allen Iverson was really representin' the 215 in Los Angeles last night when he torched Kobe."

For some reason, low-numbered license plates have become a status symbol in Rhode Island, to the point of a rash of illegal auctions taking place for these prestigious items.

1. A large and predominantly Latino neighborhood located in the north-eastern section of Manhattan surrounding 116th Street and bounded by the East River.

2. A predominantly Hispanic (Puerto Rican) neighborhood in northeastern Manhattan.

Nickname for the annual march up State Street, held since 1970, that advocates for the legalization of marijuana.

Local slang for a type of hard-shell clam, later, a fictional suburb of Providence featured on the "Family Guy" television show.