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76. Absynthe: A highly-alcoholic distilled spirit made from the wormwood herb and rumored to have hallucinogenic properties (alth...  
77. Piano Bar, The: A popular New Orleans watering hole famous for its 'Hurricane' cocktails, green color scheme, and "Have Fun!" motto...  
78. Jackson Square: A historic park in the French Quarter named for General Andrew Jackson, and a gathering place for street artists, m...  
79. Creole Cottage: A style of house that includes features such as a gabled roof, four square rooms with no hallway, and shuttered doo...  
80. Nutria: A rodent that comprises an important segment of the fur trade in Louisiana but is generally considered a pest elsew...  
81. New Orleans School of Cooking and General Store.: Famous cooking school in New Orleans.  
82. Oysters Bienville: A signature New Orleans dish created, as the legend goes, at Antoine's, adapted by Arnaud's and ultimately named af...  
83. Shotgun House: A style of house with a center hallway running from the front door to the back door that you "could fire a shotgun ...  
84. John James Audubon: Not true -- Audubon was born in Haiti. See http://www.knowla.org/entry.php?rec=531 .  
85. Greenwich Village of the South, The: Another name for New Orleans, in reference to its popularity with many prolific writers including William Faulkner,...  
86. Iggy: Refers to the life-sized statue of St. Ignatius on the Loyola University campus in New Orleans. Students reportedl...  
87. Central Grocery: An Italian grocery on Decatur Street rumored to have the best darn muffulettas in New Orleans.  
88. Buddy Bolden: A cornet player who brought New Orleans flavor to jazz. His theme song was "Funky Butt Blues".  
89. Ernie K-Doe: A late but once-famous local eccentric in the New Orleans music scene, who billed himself as "The Emperor of the Un...  
90. Poppy Z. Brite: A popular writer of gothic and dark fiction native to New Orleans. Many of her stories take place in New Orleans, ...  
 
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Lake Champlain's version of the Loch Ness Monster. People have reported seeing a monster in the lake for hundreds of years. In fact, the monster regardless of its actual existance is protected by both Vermont and New York laws. There was a monument to Champ erected in 1984, at the end of Burlington's Perkins Pier.

The name of way too many streets in Atlanta. First of all, there's the main Peachtree-related drag, which changes its name every time locals get comfortable. Peachtree Road/Street/Industrial Boulevard. Are you kidding me?

Other Peachtree roadways include Peachtree Drive, Peachtree Circle, Peachtree Avenue. People say there are 71 Peachtree variations (and not the paltry 40 mentioned in another definition. Can we put a stop to this?

1. Also called "Touchdown Jesus". Unfortunately he was struck by lightning on June 15, 2010 and burned to the ground. The "King of Kings" statue was one of the most popular in OH.

2. This is one of the common nicknames for Solid Rock Church's enormous sculpture of Jesus...

Refers to the laid-back atmosphere, where it is not uncommon for people to arrive 10 minutes late for meetings

Around the world people call them Buffalo wings. In Buffalo they're just "wings."