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136. Saint Patrick's Day Parade: The St. Patrick's Day Parade is very popular because of Boston's large Irish population.  
137. Gillette: Perhaps the biggest international business that is located in Boston. Gillette makes razors for shaving. Gillette...  
138. John Winthrop: The first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony back when Boston was first founded.  
139. Bean Town: Another nickname for Boston. This refers to the amount of beans that the city consumes.  
140. Bostonians: A book written by Henry James that outlines aristocratic life in Boston.  
141. Mass Pike: aka "the pike"  
142. Guster: An Indie rock band that originated in the Boston area and is now quite famous.  
143. Ben Affleck: Perhaps the most famous actor to hail from Boston.  
144. Bunk: Bunker Hill Community College. A community college in Boston that is often ridiculed.  
145. MIT: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. One of the world's most prestigious colleges.  
146. Tufts: A renowned school in Boston. It is known for its business program.  
147. Northeastern: A college in Boston that is known for its arts program.  
148. Christopher Columbus Park: A notable park that overlooks the Bay on the East side of the city.  
149. Haymarket Square: A market in Boston that has historical roots. it now sells produce and other such vegetables.  
150. Government Center: A major plaza in Boston that serves as a crossover point for the T. There is generally live music outside in the s...  
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A style of house with a center hallway running from the front door to the back door that you "could fire a shotgun through".

(noun) Nickname for US 201 between Bingham and Jackman, so-called for the numerous moose in the area.

When the city of Indianapolis either bores or annoys its residents.

"Smog Angeles" is what many San Diegans call Los Angeles, the rival city to the north.

A blizzard that dumped over a foot of snow on Birmingham, unusual given the snowfall average of about half-an-inch.