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106. Trump International Hotel and Tower: Most recent addition to the Chicago Skyline when it is slated to open February 2009. It is named after real estate...  
107. Western Avenue: Extending 23.5 miles, Western Avenue is considered to be the longest street in the world.  
108. Evergreen Plaza: Shopping Mall complex located in the town of Evergreen on Chicago's far South Side. Also known as The Plaza.  
109. Ford City Mall: Shopping complex located in West Lawn on the city's southwest side.  
110. Red Line: CTA train route that extends from Howard on the North side to 95th Street and the Dan Ryan Expressway on the South ...  
111. Blue Line: Consists of 19.5 mile trunk line in the Chicago Transit Authority's rapid transit system which extends through Chic...  
112. Metro, The: A music venue located in Wrigleyville.  
113. Grant Park: One of Chicago's most well known parks whose most notable features are Buckingham Fountain and the Art Institute of...  
114. Lincoln Park: A community area on the North side of Chicago. Lincoln Park includes the Link Park Zoo, and one of the Depaul Univ...  
115. Regal Showplace: The largest movie theater in Crystal Lake. It is an extremely nice theater that is fairly new. It is a big theate...  
116. Bully Valley: Bull Valley is a very small neighborhood to the north of Crystal Lake that is known for its affluence. It is known...  
117. Northwest Herald: The Northwest Herald is the only newspaper of McHenry County. It is printed in Crystal Lake.  
118. Main Beach: One of the parks that is taken care of by the Crystal Lake Park District. It is the most famous beach in Crystal La...  
119. Northwestern: Northwestern University. One of the best private universities in the world. It is known for its school of journal...  
120. ETHS: Evanston Township High School. This school consists of about 3,000 students. Its major rival is New Trier High Sc...  
 
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Some refer to CR as the City of Five Smells since the odor from various grain & food processing plants (Quaker Oats, Cargill, Ralston Foods, etc.) can be detected depending on the day & wind direction. See also: "The City of Five Seasons".

The boundary between Detroit and Detroit's northern suburbs in Oakland and Macomb Counties. Also known as 8 mile, it has served as cultural dividing line between the predominantly poor African-American city and its wealthier, predominantly white northern suburbs.

A newcomer to Alaska. The word comes from the Chinook and can be used nicely, or disparagingly to describe an ignorant or obnoxious outsider.

This is the proper pronunciation with emphasis on the first syllable, NOT the second. We are not a city in Germany nor are we the same as New Berlin.

Philadelphia Eagles fans who boo the team when they're not performing well.