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166. Boston Celtics: Boston's own NBA (basketball) team.  
167. Back Bay: A trendy residential area west of Boston Commons.  
168. Mapparium: A really neat if slightly geeky amusement, where one can walk inside a three-story-high glass globe (circa 1935).  
169. Copley Square: A plaza in the Back Bay area surrounded by historic buildings, including the Boston Library.  
170. Across the River: On the other side of the Charles River; can have a derogatory connotation.  
171. All Set: Done or ready to do something.  
172. American Chop Suey: Macaroni casserole with ground beef and tomato sauce.  
173. Mass Ave: Massachusetts Avenue  
174. Comm Ave: Commonwealth Avenue  
175. Man Ray: An underground goth-industrial-kink club on Brookline Street.  
176. B'daydas: Potatoes  
177. Bahn: Garage  
178. Bahnie: One of the obnoxious, high-brow "smarter-than-thou" elitists of Cambridge who think themselves above the rules the ...  
179. Bankin: A small hillside, or a river bank.  
180. Barrel: Garbage can  
 
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A spuckie is a word used to describe a submarine (sub) sandwich. It comes from the Italian word "spucadella" which is an italian sandwich roll. It most likely came from the Italians in the North End and elsewhere...

Sunny P is a local nickname for Sun Prairie. I guess it's a takeoff of the orange juice like drink, Sunny D.

This is how a New Yorker might say "orange".

A reference to the Detroit Red Wings hockey team when they lose.

Marinara sauce