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391. Great Chicago Fire of 1871: Citywide catastrophe rumored to have been started by the "O'Leary cow." As legend goes, the O'Leary cow kicked ove...  
392. Excalibur, The: Nightclub located in the heart of the River North neighborhood, the epicenter of world-class dining and entertainme...  
393. Lake Michigan: One of the five Great Lakes of the United States. The lake borders the city of Chicago on its east side where Lake...  
394. Garret's Popcorn: Gourmet popcorn store established in 1949, Garret's Popcorn has over seven locations across concentrated downtown a...  
395. Harold Washington Library: Library located in the south loop of downtown. Named after former Chicago Mayor Harold Washington, it has been des...  
396. Chicago Picasso: 50 foot high untitled sculpture created in 1968 by famous artist Pablo Picasso. It sits outside of the Daley Cente...
397. Pilsen: Largely Hispanic neighborhood located on the lower west side of the city. It has been known in Chicago as ground z...  
398. Southside Pubs: There are numerous pubs and bars located on the south side of Chicago. It has been said that the number of pubs su...  
399. Chicago Bulls: Professional basketball founded in 1966. The team plays at the United Center on the near west side of the city. I...  
400. Chicago White Sox: Professional baseball team who play at US Cellular Field on the south side of the city. White Sox fans enjoy a fri...  
401. Chicago Cubs: Professional baseball team who play at Wrigley Field. The Cubs have an international club following and are one of...  
402. Chicago Blackhawks: Professional hockey team who play at the United Center. Probably one of the least covered professional teams in Ch...  
403. Nike Factory Store: Sports apparel store located in downtown Chicago. It is one of the flagship Nike stores in the United States and o...  
 
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The interstate expressway designated I-94 running from its divergence from I-90 north to Lake County. All expressways in Chicago are given a moniker, so the interstate numbers are rarely used by locals.

Buffalo Bills are a terrible team lately and all there is to do for young adults is drink.

National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, located in the middle of Puowaina Crater (a dead volcano). This is a beautiful national cemetery for those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces. The grounds are beautifully kept and the views of Honolulu and the hills are great.

1. Refers to the problems caused when I-93 was to be put under construction. There was a terrible allocation of funds, which caused many citizens to become infuriated with the city.

2. A massive underground highway project, the most expensive in U.S. history.

Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic, when Georgia law enforcement cracks down on dangerous, high-speed and aggressive drivers.