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91. Preservation Hall: A classic New Orleans Music Hall that features nightly jazz concerts.  
92. Fat Tuesday: The Tuesday before Lent.  
93. Anne Rice: The famous author of "Interview With the Vampire" was born and raised in New Orleans, and indeed her popular "Vampi...  
94. Steamboat House: A style of home in New Orleans reminiscent of life on the Mississippi; the first of its kind was built in 1875, and...  
95. Jazz Funeral: A tradition in New Orleans; essentially a funeral ceremony with a musical accompaniment.  
96. Maple Street Book Store, The: What's not to love about this 40 year old, Uptown New Orleans bookstore whose motto is "Fight the Stupids!".  
97. Evangeline: A famous poem written by Henry Wadsworth loosely based on the expulsion of Acadians from Nova Scotia and their subs...  
98. UCM: A weird roadside attraction near New Orleans that bills itself as "Louisiana's Most Eccentric Museum".  
99. Gator: An alligator, of course.  
100. Hotel Monteleone: A historic French Quartet hotel that has been in operation since the late 1800s.  
101. Oz: New Orlean's most popular gay dance club, located on Bourbon Street.  
102. Louis Armstrong: One of the most famous American jazz musicians, Armstrong was born and raised in New Orleans.  
103. Creole Queen, The: An authentic paddlewheeler boat with the largest indoor capacity of any excursion vessel in New Orleans.  
104. New Orleans Saints: Official name for the National Football League team in New Orleans, LS. Part of the National Football Conference. ...  
105. Chris Paul: Born and raised in Winston-Salem, and a former Wake Forest Demon Deacon, Chris Paul is now an NBA superstar as a Ne...  
 
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A nickname for Salem, Massachusetts, because of the Salem Witch Trials, which took place in and around Salem in 1692 and 1693. More than 150 people were accused of being witches, 19 of which were hanged for the crime of being a witch and one of which was pressed to death for refusing to enter a plea. Much study has gone into what caused the hysteria and...

Literally, "Is it not so?", a slurring of "ain't it, hey?". May be used after a statement of fact when one expects a response, reply, or nod of acknowledgement. Ex: "Dem Brewers is doin' good dis year, aina hey?".

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).

Satan's Steed is one of the nicknames of the blue horse sculpture just outside of the Denver International Airport. The horse's creepy red eyes attract all sorts of disgust from the Colorado public, who lament the fact that the sculpture is placed so prominently at the gateway to the city. Adding to the mustang's mystique, scupltor Luis Jimenez died...

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