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16. Park Place: Peachtree Street in Buckhead.  
17. Alliance Theater: An award-winning regional theater that hosts plays and popular music.  
18. Margaret Mitchell: The author of Gone With the Wind was a native Atlantan and reportedly wrote her famous novel in a small midtown apa...  
19. Diamond Lil: A locally famous Atlantan drag queen.  
20. Brandon Bond: A popular Atlanta tattoo artist.  
21. Blondie: Atlanta's "Best Stripper".  
22. Andre 3000: Member of the music group OutKast and a Native Atlantan.  
23. Susan V. Booth: Artistic director of the Alliance Theater.  
24. Dave Sevigny: The world-famous competitive sharp shooter for Team Glock is an Atlanta resident.  
25. Dreamland Barbeque: A barbecue restaurant on Alpharetta Highway, known for its pulled pork.  
26. Creative Loafing: Atlanta's free weekly arts and entertainment newspaper.  
27. Alon's Bakery: Rumored to be the best bakery in town, but also served soups and sandwiches, etc.; on Highland Avenue.  
28. Mall of Georgia: The largest shopping mall in Georgia, located in the Atlanta suburb of Buford.  
29. Synchronicity Metaphysical Dynasty: A unique new-age bookstore in nearby Roswell, Georgia.  
30. Center for Puppetry Arts: A museum consisting of over 1000 puppets from all over the world; also offers regular puppet shows.  
 
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A mythical six-legged cat; the mascot of Conway High School.

A person so transfixed by gambling machines that he or she becomes virtually oblivious to the rest of the world.

Those that grew up and live in South Bend.

An old, experienced Alaskan, the opposite of cheechako

A reference to the three main stars on the Boston Celtics--Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Ray Allen. The term was popularized by an ESPN commercial in which Scott Van Pelt is met with a barrage of potential nicknames from the "Big Three" themselves. After hearing a bunch of bizarre ones--and a lame one in the "Three Amigos"--Van Pelt simply silences them with the genius "Boston Three Party".