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16. FAB Hall: The abbreviation and nickname for Frances Allen Black Hall, a dormitory at the University of Maine-Farmington in th...  
17. Third Bridge, The: Newest and northernmost of the three bridges over the Kennebec River located in Augusta. Four lane bridge carrying ...  
18. UMA: Common nickname and abbreviation for the University of Maine at Augusta.  
19. AHOP: Slang for the Augusta House of Pancakes, a longtime restaurant on Western Avenue in Augusta. Primarily open for bre...  
20. Ganneston Park: Hilly west side Augusta neighborhood located south of Capitol Street; developed from the 1970s to present and is ho...  
21. Queen City, The: Longtime nickname for Bangor.  
22. Chizzle Wizzle: (n) Annual talent show production held at Cony High School dating from the 1890s and billed as the longest running ...  
23. AMHI: (noun) Common abbreviation (pronounced AM-hi) for the Augusta Mental Health Institute, a former state psychiatric f...  
24. Memorial Circle/Memorial Rotary: Rotary located on the west side of Augusta at which Western Avenue and State Street intersect. The city's war memor...  
25. Westwood: Residential neighborhood developed on the west side of Augusta by Peachey Builders beginning in the early 1950s. Th...  
26. Edwards Dam: (noun) Former dam across the Kennebec River located next to the old Edwards Mill just north of downtown. Pressure f...  
27. Bond Brook: (noun) Attractive stream flowing east through the west side of Augusta, emptying into the Kennebec River. Much of i...  
28. Mayfair: (noun) Primarily residential neighborhood on Augusta's east side; mainly developed after World War II. Roughly bord...  
29. St. Mark's: (noun) Common shorthand for Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, a congregation dating to the early 19th century located ...
30. Addie's Attic: (noun) A clothing bank which operates out of the parish hall at St. Mark's Episcopal Church.  
 
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This is the proper pronunciation with emphasis on the first syllable, NOT the second. We are not a city in Germany nor are we the same as New Berlin.

The infamous NYC street vendor hot dog, generally Sabrett's brand shoved haphazardly into a soggy bun and topped with a variety of gloppy condiments. The consumption of this NYC grab-and-go staple is almost an urban rite of passage and the Manhattan version of Russian Roulette.

A favorite food of kids in the Milwaukee Public School System (MPS) and a Milwaukee classic! Pork shaped into a form kind of resembling a chicken drumstick, but really flat, coated, and fried.

Lake Champlain's version of the Loch Ness Monster. People have reported seeing a monster in the lake for hundreds of years. In fact, the monster regardless of its actual existance is protected by both Vermont and New York laws. There was a monument to Champ erected in 1984, at the end of Burlington's Perkins Pier.

Forbes Magazine bestowed this honor upon the Mile-High city in light of its record breaking contraceptive sales.