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166. Crunk: A genre of music that originated in Atlanta.  
167. Outkast: Grammy award winning rap duo from Atlanta. Famous songs include "Rosa Parks" and "Hey Ya".  
168. Bankhead: Located on the west side of the city, Bankhead is surrounded by Grove Park on the west, West End on the south, Vine...  
169. East Atlanta: An area located east-southeast of downtown Atlanta.  
170. Turner Field: A baseball stadium in downtown Atlanta, named after the team owner it is the home field for the Atlanta Braves.  
171. Grove Park: Home to the city's historically black university center featuring Morehouse and Spellman Colleges, Grove Park is an...  
172. Mechanicsville: A neighborhood of Atlanta. It sits in the shadow of both downtown Atlanta and Turner Field.  
173. Tech Tower: Tech Tower is an historic building on the Georgia Tech campus, NOT the University of Georgia campus.  
174. Chattahooche River: A river that runs from the Chattahoochee Spring in the mountains of northeast Georgia, southwestward past Atlanta a...  
175. Mary Mac's Tea Room: A historic restaurant in Atlanta, created initially after the Second World War in order to give widowed women work.  
176. Crescent, The: An Amtrack passenger train which connects Atlanta with the Eastern seaboard.  
177. Castleberry Hill: one of the city’s historical district, Castleberry Hill is a neighborhood in central Atlanta.  
178. Brookwood Interchange: The I-75/I-85 interchange at the north end of the connector near Midtown. Also known as the Brookwood Split.  
179. Awful Waffle: Nickname for the Waffle House restaurant chain.  
180. Gorilla Carwash: Two-Minute Carwash on Piedmont Road at Rock Springs Drive in Atlanta - called Gorilla Carwash due to the omnipresen...  
 
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A way of chugging an alcoholic beverage by holding it with your bicep and forearm. Named after the town of origin, Saukville Wisconsin.

Nickname for Williamsburg, the multicultural neighborhood of Brooklyn that also happens to be a huge stronghold for NYC hipsters. When you go to Billyburg...

Runner's World named the Crazylegs one of the 100 races. Crazylegs was started in 1981 and was named in honor of the then-Athletic Director Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch, a Wausau native and former professional running back...

One of NYC's unique customs, a sort of amped-up flea market with food, music, and a variety of other celebratory activities. Street fairs are a good place to just wander around and take in the sights and smells of the real NYC.

The common name of the Newport Southbank Bridge. Given its color and status as a pedestrian bridge, the nickname isn't going away anytime soon.

The bridge connects downtown Cincinnati Ohio to Newport Kentucky. The bridge crosses the Ohio River and is just over a half mile long.