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1. Ooey Pooey: Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, or IUPUI, the acronym that inspired the not-so-flattering nic...  
2. India No Place: When the city of Indianapolis either bores or annoys its residents.  
3. 5 Hunnert: A reference to the Indianapolis 500 automoble race.  
4. Peyton's Place: A reference to the RCA Dome and the star quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts, Peyton Manning.  
5. Crossroad: Another nickname for the city of Indianapolis which comes from its geographical location which bridges commerce lin...  
6. Indy: Nickname for the city of Indianapolis  
7. Circle City: A nickname for the city of Indianapolis, a reference to the circular shape of its city limits.  
8. Lucas Oil Stadium: A new sports arena currently under construction to be the new home of the Indianapolis Colts when it's completed in...  
9. Indianapolis International Airport: Southwest of the central business district of Indianapolis, the airport is the largest in the state in Indiana and ...  
10. One Mile Square: Located at the center of the city, it is contained by east, west, north, and south streets and includes streets, al...  
11. Capitol/Senate Avenue: The location of many Indiana state government buildings.  
12. Crown Hill Cemetary: The highest geographical point in the city of Indianapolis.  
13. Hoosier: Colloquial term for a resident of Indiana.  
14. Soldier and Sailors Monument: Located downtown in Monument Circle, the monument is an over 300 foot bronze obelisk. Since it is in the middle of...  
15. Downtown Indy: Also known as the business district, downtown Indianapolis contains the three tallest skyscrapers in the state, sta...  
 
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Nickname for Atlanta that comes from the generally sticky-hot weather in the city.

On July 30th, 2009, Harvard professor Robert Louis Gates and Cambridge police officer James Crowley had a private discussion (and some beers) with Barack Obama at the White House after Gates' famous July 16th arrest. This meeting has been called the "Beer Summit" by amused onlookers.

The Alabama dish brought to fame by the movie of the same name is traditionally made from green tomatoes breaded with corn meal.

A term for Detroit coined by former president Franklin Roosevelt during the second World War to describe the transition of the Ford Motor Company's production from cars to tanks.

Celebrated on February 9th, 2010, a good 53 days before Easter (as opposed to the typical 46 for Mardi Gras), honoring the New Orleans Saints and their new Lombardi Trophy!