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31. Capital of the New South: A nickname for Atlanta, due to it's proliferation of dogwoods and azaleas.  
32. Fat Matt's Rib Shack: A popular southern barbeque restaurant near Piedmont park; also features live music at times.  
33. Fox Theatre: A historical movie palace built in 1929 that now hosts Broadway shows, live concerts, and other cultural events.  
34. Waffle House: A landmark Atlanta restaurant that has since expanded into a popular chain; open 24-7-365.  
35. Braves: Nickname for the Atlanta Braves  
36. Damn Yankees: "A Yankee is someone from up north who comes to visit. A Damn Yankee is one who stays."  
37. Centennial Olympic Park Bombing: 1996 bombing of the Centennial Olympic Park during the Summer Olympic Games which killed two people and injured man...  
38. Cumberland/Vinings: Located on the edge of the city, Cumberland includes many of the areas major shopping areas and important business ...  
39. Westin Peachtree Plaza: Adjacent to the Peacetree Center, it is a skyscraper in downtown Atlanta. Because of its completely reflective gla...  
40. Suntrust Plaza: Premier business address and the city's fourth largest building.  
41. One Atlantic Center: 871 (265 m) tall and has 60 stories of office space. Construction was finished in 1992 and it is currently the sec...  
42. Centennial Olympic Park: Built for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, public park located in downtown Atlanta.  
43. Tech Trolley: A daytime shuttle between the Midtown MARTA station and Georgia Tech.  
44. Fountain of Rings: Popular with tourists and locals on summer days, it is interactive fountain which features computer-controlled ligh...  
45. Georgia 400 Tollway: Road which connects Buckhead with the city superhighway.  
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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.

A baked casserole dish that is commonly eaten in Minnesota homes. Popular varieties include Tator Tot hotdish, Party Potatoes (aka Funeral Potatoes), Green Bean casserole and Wild Rice casserole. Many of these are cooked with Campbell's Soup such as Cream of Chicken.

Around the world people call them Buffalo wings. In Buffalo they're just "wings."

A case of beer.

A plate of half chicken tenders and half french fries.