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1. Bleeding Blue: Kentucky's obsession with the University of Kentucky men’s basketball team. The tradition rich program is a great s...  
2. Hot Brown: No, this does not refer to messing your pants, rather it refers to a Kentucky delicacy. The Hot Brown is an open-fa...  
3. Keeneland: three weeks in October. across Versailles Road from the airport.  
4. Burgoo: A stew sort of thing. Generally it is made with whatever you want to put in it. You have some sort of meat like mut...  
5. 4th Friday: An art show that occurs no the fourth Friday of every month except November and December at the Loudoun House Galle...  
6. Thursday Night Live: A summer concert series held in Cheapside Park. A great way to enjoy a warm Thursday evening.  
7. Questapalooza: An annual festival put on by Quest Community Church featuring nationally known Christian music artists, carnival ri...  
8. Thirsty Thursdays: Head out to the Lexington Legends games at Applebee’s Park on the north side of town on a Thursday night for cheep ...  
9. Hamburg: Gargantuan collection of strip malls and stand alone shops exploding just off I-75 on the south end of town. There ...  
10. Winchester Swamp Water: Nickname for Ale-8-One. A ginger ale made in Winchester, Kentucky and consumed by many Lexingtonians.  
11. LOO-Uh-Vill: This is how the locals in Louisville say Louisville.  
12. LOO-ee-vill: The improper way to pronounce Louisville (LOOuhville).  
13. Legends: Lexington's minor league baseball team. They are a class A farm team for the Houston Astros. The best known player ...  
14. Churchill Downs: Track of the world famous Kentucky Derby, located in Louisville, KY.  
15. Kentucky Derby: First leg of horse racing's Triple Crown, the Kentucky Derby is a Grade I stakes race for Thoroughbreds held at Chu...  
 
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1. A quintessential Rhode Island treat, made with milk and coffee syrup. Believe it or not, coffee milk is in fact the official state beverage.

2. There's hardly anything more Rhode Island than coffee milk. Out-of-staters at Brown are often confused...

Cookies that have white frosting and chocolate frosting. In many other places they are called half and half cookies.

1. Flip-flops. Origin: the Spanish word "chancletas", meaning sandals.

2. Flip-flops

Tyme is money, as the old Tyme slogan went...

1. To out of state folks "TYME machine" sounds like a "time machine". If you leave the state and ask for a TYME machine you will likely be given a blank stare. To us it is the generic term for a cash machine, to everyone else it is a futuristic machine that doesn't exist.

2. This is Madison speak for ATM. Many newcomers are puzzled when an old-school Wisconsinite asks them for a "Tyme machine."

Don't forget to bring a blanket!

1. In the summer months, the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra holds free concerts on the capitol square in Madison every Wednesday night.

2. 2010 will see the 27th year of the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra playing at Concert on the Square. 2010 dates will be: June 30th, 2010 July 7th, 2010 July 14th, 2010 July 28th, 2010 August 4th, 2010 That's six straight Wednesdays, with all concerts starting at 7:00 PM. As always, C on the S is BYOB and open to the public. Bring your bug spray just in case.