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61. W. Washington Historic District: W. Washington St. offers a charming, tree-lined stroll through South Bend's past. Cushing Manor, Studebaker House,...  
62. Near Northwest Neighborhood: The Near Northwest (S. Michigan to Portage Ave.) was a crumbling neighborhood for years, but is now undergoing revi...  
63. Howard Park: Flanked by the East Race Waterway on its north side and Notre Dame's boat launch to the south, the Howard Park neig...  
64. Erskine Manor: With its winding hills and secluded location, Erskine Hills, located on the south side, is one of South Bend's most...  
65. Thyme of Grace: Just east of Indiana University on Mishawaka Ave., Thyme of Grace Is an eclectic locally-owned spot for lunch or te...  
66. East Bank Emporium: Overlooking the St. Joe River at 121 S. Niles Avenue, the Emporium is considered one of South Bend's most romantic ...  
67. Bonnie Doon: Before Sonic, there was Bonnie Doon. South Bend's favorite carhop continues to offer locally produced ice cream in...  
68. Tippecanoe Place: Located in the Studebaker family mansion, Tippecanoe Place is South Bend's most popular spot for a Sunday buffet br...  
69. Rocco's: Located at 537 N. St. Louis Blvd., Rocco's has been one of South Bend's favorite Italian restaurants since 1951. T...  
70. E-Ville: A nickname for Evansville  
71. Fort Wayne Fury: The Fury was a local basketball team that started in 1991 and dissolved in 2001 when the Continental Basketball Ass...  
72. Percy Miller: The real name of Master P, who is not only a hip hop artist and entrepreneur, but also a former player for the CBA'...  
73. Master P: Master P is the stage name of rapper and basketball player, Percy Miller. Miller played basketball for the Fort Way...  
74. Summit City, The: Nickname for the city of Fort Wayne  
75. Fur Trading: The profession of the first settlers to what is now South Bend.  
 
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1. This isn't actually Spanish, and isn't pronounced as such. It's actually an old Southern word for laundromat and it's pronounced "wash-uh-TEER-ee-uh", more like how you'd say the English "cafeteria", and not in some Latin way.

2. Another name for a laundromat, taken from Houston's rich "Spanglish" vernacular.

A popular breakfast food in New England; a pancake made with cornmeal, generally served with butter and/or maple syrup. And to the gluten-free...a good cause for celebration (and a visit to Rhode Island)!

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.

Keep Austin Weird was a slogan initiated by the Austin Small Business Alliance to help promote the city and its local businesses. Local street character Leslie Cochran didn't come up with the phrase, but...

Local jargon for Route 60, a main road connecting Mesa to Phoenix