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196. Shedd Aquarium: Indoor aquarium located alongside Lake Michigan. For a long time it was the largest aquarium in the world with abo...
197. Daley: Refers to Richard J. Daley, the mayor of Chicago during the Race Riots. He is responsible for reforming the city a...  
198. Central Station: The heart of all railway transit in the Chicago area. It is the atrium for incoming transit to the city. The Chic...  
199. Hyde Park: Neighborhood on the South side of Chicago, it is the location of the University of Chicago, the Dusable Museum of A...  
200. Midway Airport: Midway Airport is an international airport on the southwest side of the city roughly eight miles from the Chicago L...  
201. Millennium Park: located in Grant Park, Millineam Park is a park along Michigan Avenue constructed in 2004 including an amphitheater...  
202. Loop, The: The loop refers to the Chicago Loop, which is essentially the heart of downtown Chicago. The L runs around the loo...  
203. Chicago Fire: The Chicago Fire is the notorious fire that burned down almost all of Chicago in 1871. The only building from the ...  
204. Water Tower Place: Large shopping complex located on Michigan Avenue. Named after the Water Tower, which opposes it on the other side...
205. O'Hare: Chicago's largest airport, it is located north of the city. O'Hare is known for being the second largest airport i...  
206. Chicago Bungalow: The Chicago Bungalow is the main source of housing design in the Chicago area. These bungalow style houses make up...
207. Lollapalooza: Three day music festival held in August of every year in Grant Park. The festival features numerous popular and in...  
208. Windy City: The first known reference to the "windy city" 1858 article in the Tribune. Many say that it first referred to Chic...  
209. Kanye West: Chicago's most prominent hip-hop artist. He redefined hip-hop music through his sampling of songs and originality....  
210. Lupe Fiasco: A Chicago hip-hop artist that started off selling his CDs on the streets. From the group FnF, which is an acronym ...  
 
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Theory that the standard price for a slice of cheese pizza moves in lockstep with the price of one subway ride, though no one is 100 percent sure which change causes the other.

Milwaukee nickname for a heavy citrus soda, such as squirt or 50/50.

In New York City, green markets are the name people use for what the rest of the country refers to as a farmer's market.

Very bad windy storm spinning off the coast causing ferocious northeast winds. EX: "Mary, get the shovels outta the cella, looks like we're in for a northeastah tonight".

Short for 'Triangle Below Canal Street'