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16. Mint Julep: A mint julep is traditionally made of four ingredients: mint, bourbon, sugar and water. It is the traditional ...  
17. Otter Creek Park: Otter Creek Park is a public park run by Louisivlle Metro Government that has many family-friendly amenities. Some...  
18. Kentucky Oaks: The Kentucky Oaks is a Grade I, stakes race for thoroughbred fillies that is run the day before the Kentucky Derby ...  
19. Thunder Over Louisville: Thunder Over Louisville, the annual kickoff event of the Kentucky Derby Festival, is an airshow and fireworks displ...  
20. Louisville Bats: The Louisville Bats, which play in Louisville, Kentucky, are the AAA minor league baseball affiliate of the Cincinn...  
21. Abraham Lincoln: Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States was born on February 12, 1809, to Thomas Lincoln and Nancy...  
22. Kentucky Kingdom: Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, located in Louisville, Kentucky, has many attractions such as Chang, one of the world's...  
23. Two Keys: Follow Big Blue Nation to Two Keys Tavern after UK's home football or basketball games.  
24. Summit, The: The Summit shopping center is a new, strip mall mega complex in East Louisville. In addition, The Summit has outst...  
25. Hot Brown: Created by the Brown Hotel in Louisville, the Hot Brown is a broiled open face sandwich featuring turkey, bacon, an...  
26. Bourbon Capital of the World: The official catchphrase for Bardstown, the "Napa Valley of Bourbon".  
27. Abbey of Gethsemani, The: An order of monks turned tourist attraction, but also an important part of the area's rich and diverse heritage.  
28. Stephen Foster: The Musical: The memory of the man who penned "My Old Kentucky Home", the state's theme song, has spawned a musical tribute. The...  
29. Chapeze House: A historic mansion that is now used to host visitors and events, and to offer bourbon tastings and house a bourbon ...  
30. Jim Beam: You can visit the 200-year old distillery and Beam family home,the latter of which has been designated a National H...  
 
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Nickname for the open green space behind Witte Hall, one of the few such spaces in the Southeast Dorm area. On warmer days, students congregate in the backyard in large numbers.

The Dirty Bird is a celebratory dance popularized by ex-Atlanta Falcons star Jamal Anderson. Anderson, who was known for his colorful antics on and off the field (much like Muhammad Ali, whom he knew as a child), would execute this goofy dance in the end zone after touchdowns. The "Dirty Birds", when plural, can refer to the Atlanta Falcons football team and its players.

Minnesota bars, particularly those Northeast Minneapolis are known for their meat raffles. Typically run by a charity, raffle tickets usually sell for $1 apiece and winners get to choose their cut of meat.

Found in old NYC neighborhoods, most famously and densely in Brooklyn, this is a term used for homes made from "brownstone," which is a brown sandstone. The Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn has the most brownstones in NYC. Many people think of The Cosby Show's Huxtable family when they think of Brooklyn brownstones (as they lived in a traditional Brooklyn brownstone).

A nickname for Cincinnati in recognition of its former status as a major pork industry center.