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1. Harvard on the Hill: The playful nickname for Illinois Central College on the bluff in East Peoria.  
2. Stealing High Point Drive: A common teenage joke. Youngsters enjoy consistently stealing the hanging sign on the entrance of the expensive Hi...  
3. Play in Peoria: A phrase referring to Peoria’s reputation as a famous test market because of its representation of the diversity of...  
1. Trefzgers: First opened in 1856, a popular local bakery on Prospect Road known for their from-scratch German pastries, breads,...  
2. Emo's: A popular walk-up ice cream and food stand that's open during the summer, and is easily recognized by the giant pic...  
3. Ludy’s: A tavern Located in Kickapoo known for its cheap, huge cheeseburgers.  
 
1. Renaissance Park: Renaissance Park is a research park consisting of nine residential neighborhoods, Bradley University, the medical d...  
1. March Madness: Illinois is the home of the America’s original March Madness Basketball Event. The Peoria Civic Center is currently...  
2. Santa Claus Parade: America’s oldest continuously run Christmas Parade, always the day after Thanksgiving.  
3. Steamboat Classic: An annual 4 mile and 15k race downtown every July attracting nearly four thousand people every year.  
 
 
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