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1. Smurf Turf: "Smurf Turf" is a common nickname for Bronco Stadium at Boise State University. It is the only blue astro-turf fiel...
2. Eagle Fun Days: This is an annual June event in Eagle that includes, among many events, a rodeo, local craft/food vendors, carnival...
3. Crouch Merc Market: In downtown Crouch the Mercantile is a great place to stock up on all of your whitewater trip needs!
4. Lake Cascade: This used to be known as Cascade Reservoir but the name was changed to Cascade Lake to attract more visitors to the...
5. City of Trees: "City of Trees" is the official nickname for the city of Boise. The name comes from the French word boisé, which me...  
6. Eagle Rock: The town's name up until 1891 when it was named Idaho Falls.  
7. People Serving People: "People Serving People" is the town's motto, found on its seal.  
8. Memorial Park: Located on N. 6th in between Fort st. and Union. Provides lots of shade during the summer and is rich in greens.
9. Ann-Mo: Nicknamed given to Ann Morrison Park. Home to all kinds of sport practices and and a summer and winter frisbee golf...
10. Boize: A word similar to Boise but is pronounced with a z. [boy-zee]. Boise is pronounced [boy-see]. When said it is a dea...  
11. See Wisconsin: See Milwaukee for more Boise vocabulary  
12. Kathryn V: A Person from Boise, Penn student, and Girl-Brother, Kathryn V is one of the most famous Idahoans in the world.  
13. Statue of Liberty: The type of play run by Boise State to shock Oklahoma in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl.  
14. Garage Door 911: Competing to beat ourselves what we were yesterday, at Garage Door 911 in Nampa, ID we are the garage door repairs ...
15. Plaza, The: The newest Street park in the Northwest.
 
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A series of pots set along the Squawpeak Parkway, an attempted 'art project' on the part of the city that has received mixed responses from the citizens. Locals occasionally contribute a toilet to the display in order to express their sentiments.

Slang for someone from Newark

Trenton has its own 'style' of this lawn game, where one pitches round metal quoits (sort of like metal hoops or rings) at a target.

New Orleans cemeteries (due to the high water table, people in New Orleans are buried above ground).

Crayfish.