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151. Allston: The neighborhood in Western Boston that consists of mainly college students from BC and BU.  
152. Phoenix: The Phoenix. A Boston newspaper much like the Weekly Dig. This newspaper is primarily read by college students an...  
153. JP: Jamaican Plain. A neighborhood in Boston that consists of many three-decker houses and is generally a cheaper part...  
154. Boston Public Library: This library has been around since the late 1800s and is often considered a landmark because of its beauty and size...  
155. Axis: A club famous for its "Drag Queen Mondays"; on Lansdowne Street near Kenmore Square.  
156. Raven Used Books: A used book store in Harvard Square that stocks a great selection of scholarly and academic material (understandabl...  
157. Brattle Theater: An art and foreign cinema in Harvard Square.  
158. Veggie Planet: A vegetarian restaurant in Harvard Square famous for its healthy pizzas.  
159. Boston University: A well-known private research and academic institution located near the Charles River and Back Bay.  
160. Harvard Yard: A famous set of square, old-style brick buildings draped with ivy, on Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge.  
161. Yankee: A magazine celebrating New England life.  
162. Haymarket: A huge open-air weekend market, offering quite a decent variety of fruits and vegetables at excellent prices.  
163. Hamburg: Hamburger meat/ground beef  
164. Frappe: Milkshake  
165. Blinkah: Blinker; automobile turn signal.  
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A pickled condiment made from cabbage and various other vegetables and spices.

A rose bush or thorn bush

Provel cheese is most commonly found on "St. Louis style" pizza. It is a combination of cheddar, swiss and provolone cheeses. Provel was originally invented in St. Louis in 1947 by Costa Grocery (now known as Roma Grocery on the Hill) and the Hoffman Dairy of Wisconsin. Their goal was to create a cheese that melted, but didn't leave strings when you took a bite.

The grassy area between the sidewalk and the curb, usually owned by the city.