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46. Slippery Noodle Inn: Indianapolis' oldest running club bar in the state and the city's oldest standing building. It is a blues club wit...  
47. One America 500: Held in May, it is the world's largest and most popular half marathon race.  
48. Barcelona Tapas Bar: Located in downtown Indianapolis, it's the city's only Spanish restaurant. It is known for its decorative tile and...  
49. Champion Sports Bar: the largest sports bar and grill in the city, it is frequented by sports enthusiasts every Sunday.  
50. Tara Hut: A reference to the nearby town of Terra Haute.  
51. Brickyard, The: A nickname for Indianapolis Motor Speedway  
52. Bender: Those that grew up and live in South Bend.  
53. Indianapolitan: What people from Indianapolis are referred to. Sometimes said as 'Ini' for short.  
54. Underground Printing: Underground Printing is a business that specializes in custom apparel and promotional products for businesses, comm...  
55. Touchdown Jesus: Dubbed "Touchdown Jesus" by Notre Dame alumni, "The Word of Life," constructed by Millard Sheets, is a mural on the...  
56. Paczki: Paczki's are deep-fried Polish doughnuts which mark the beginning of Lent, and are most often consumed on "Fat Tues...  
57. East Race Waterway: Diverting water from the St. Joe River, the East Race Waterway is the country's first man-made white water rafting ...  
58. Dyngus Day: Celebrated on Easter Monday, Dyngus Day has become a South Bend holiday that marks the launch of the year's politic...  
59. South Shore: The South Shore (NICTD) is an electric interurban commuter rail which runs from South Bend Regional Airport to Mill...  
60. River Park: The River Park neighborhood is within the borders of the St. Joe River (S.), railroad tracks (N.), Logan St. (E.), ...  
 
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1. A nickname for Seattle that hearkens back to the Alaska Gold Rush, when prospectors would get outfitted in Seattle and then travel north along the Inside Passage to Alaska.

2. A (laughable) nickname for Seattle. Seattle is perhaps more aptly described as the Gateway to the Pacific.

A nickname for the 174 bus between Seattle and Federal Way.

Bag of chips.

Nickname ascribed to Charlotte that dates back to the Revolutionary War when Charlotte residents clashed with British troops. The term was originally used by General Charles Cornwallis to describe the fiery independence of Charlotteans. Although the NBA has taken away...

A slower version of Southern hip hop that includes techniques like beat skips and record scratches, originating in Houston some time in the 1990s.