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16. Chase Tower: The tallest skyscraper in Indianapolis.  
17. One Indiana Square: Indianapolis' third largest skyscraper; in 2006 strong winds from severe thunderstorm blew out several windows on h...  
18. General Assembly: Located in downtown Indianapolis, it is the meeting place of the mayor and city government.  
19. Indiana Convention Center: A major source of economy for the city, the convention center plays host conventions year-round, but notably GenCon...  
20. Butler University: A division I liberal arts university in Indianapolis.  
21. Broad Ripple Village: Also known as "little Bohemia", Broad Ripple Village is an incorporated town on the north side of Indianapolis. It...  
22. Indianapolis University: Also known as IUPUI, it is a public university located in Indianapolis.  
23. Massachusetts Avenue: At the heart of the city's arts district, Massachusetts Avenue includes four theaters as well as a number of shops,...  
24. Wholesale District, The: Designated as one of Indianapolis' cultural districts, the Wholesale District is located on the northern fringe of ...  
25. Canal and White River State park: Located west of downtown, the nearly 250 acre park includes the Indiana State Museum, an IMAX Theater, the Indianap...  
26. Indiana Avenue: A historic cultural district located in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana Avenue was in the early 1900's heavily popul...  
27. War Memorial Plaza: A traffic circle located at the center of Indianapolis, its focal point is a towering monument dedicated to the Hoo...  
28. GenCon: Indianapolis' largest convention event, Gen Con is a role playing game event held every August. Many locals are as...  
29. Indiana State Fair: One of the largest state fairs in the country, nearly a million were were in attendance in 2006. One of the most p...  
30. Indy Irish Festival: A three day cultural festival held near the middle of September participants enjoy traditional Irish dance and musi...  
 
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A popular style of hip hop which originated in Houston’s predominantly African-American communities.

Illinois is the home of the America’s original March Madness Basketball Event. The Peoria Civic Center is currently the home of the IHSA boy’s state games. Over 60,000 people attend yearly.

1. The playful nickname for Illinois Central College on the bluff in East Peoria.

2. Nickname for Illinois Central College, the local community college, poking fun at the school since almost anyone can get in there and it's thought of as a grown-up version of high school.

A Chamorro is an indigenous person of Guam. It is also the native language.

1. Question from an Italian beef vendor about whether you would like it dipped in the juice or not.

2. Chicagoans used to refer to Italian Beef as "Dago Beef," but this practice became has been phased out in the last few decades as the term has been recognized as highly offensive.