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76. Staties: Boston slang for the Massachusetts State Police. This term was used multiple times in the recent Scorsese film "The...  
77. Great Molasses Flood of 1919, The: In 1919, a large vat of molasses burst and flooded the streets in Boston s North End, killing 21 and injuring 150 ...  
78. Union Oyster House: America's oldest restaurant (est. 1826), located on Union Street near Quincy Market.  
79. Fire and Ice: FiRE + iCE is a revolution in dining. An engaging experience that casts off the boredom and sameness of casual din...
80. Commonwealth Avenue: actually its "Comm Ave"  
81. T, The: The T is the Boston form of railway/subway transit. It is the major form of transport in the city.  
82. Logan: Logan International Airport. The airport for flying into and out of Boston. It is located in the Eastern part of ...  
83. Boston Latin School: The oldest public school in the nation. It was founded in 1635. Although it is a public school, it often has the ...  
84. Harvard College: Founded in 1636, this is America's first college and is seen as a bastion of academic excellence throughout the cou...  
85. Newbury Street: One of Boston's main attractions. This street is a great mix of fashionable shopping areas along with beautiful Bo...  
86. Gardens, The: The Boston Gardens. This is adjacent to the Boston Commons and is one of the most gorgeous parts of the city. Man...  
87. Charles River, The: The river running through Boston. It flows right by Harvard and out into the Harbor.  
88. Berklee College of Music: A very prestigious musical academy in Boston.  
89. Abandoned Hospital Ship, The: A local India band that has been playing around the Boston College/Boston University area. They have formed a wide...  
90. Green Monster: The left-field wall of Fenway Park. This is extremely daunting to opposing teams and a landmark that Boston fans a...  
 
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