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76. DTE Energy Music Theater: The venue for the biggest tours of the summer concert season, the DTE Energy Music Theatre is a 15,274-seat amphith...  
77. Pacers-Pistons Brawl: A 2004 fight between the Indiana Pacers and Detroit Pistons at the Palace at Auburn Hills. it attracted national a...  
78. Palace of Auburn Hills, The: Also known as simply The Palace, it is the sports venue which houses the Detroit Pistons since 1988.  
79. Detroit Theater District: Next to Broadway, the Detroit Theater District is the second largest in the United States. It includes roughly a d...  
80. Masonic Temple District: Large events venue located in downtown Detroit. It is also the largest Masonic Temple in the world.  
81. Berry Gordy Jr.: Founder of the Motown record label, Berry Gordy Jr. is a longtime Detroit resident.  
82. Hitsville USA: The nickname for the first headquarters of Motown records. Since it moved, it has served as the Motown Historical ...  
83. Ford Detroit International Jazz Festival: Jazz music festival held each year over Labor Day Weekend in Detroit, Michigan.  
84. Detroit Electronic Music Festival: Held in Hart Plaza in downtown, the festival showcases electronic dance music each Memorial Day weekend.  
85. White Stripes: A world famous rock band originating from Detroit.  
86. Eminem: A grammy award winning Detroit rapper who came to fame in the late 1990's.  
87. Motown Historical Museum: Museum dedicated to the legacy of the Motown records, artist, and music. It contains exhibits featuring costumes, ...  
88. Tuskee Airmen Museum: Museum dedicated to the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen, an all African-American WW2 aviation squadron.  
89. Fort Wayne: A throwback to the Civil War era, Fort Wayne is a fort containing some barracks and hospitals built during the 1860...  
90. Museum of Contemporary Art: A non-collecting contemporary art museum located in Detroit's cultural center.  
 
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There isn't a consensus on how to say "soft drink" in Madison. Students who go to the UW from the west side of the state tend to say "pop," whereas people from the east side of the state, typically from the Milwaukee area, say "soda" (and laugh at anyone who says anything else).

1. Normally a small strip of land that separates two bodies of water, 'isthmus' often refers to the city of Madison itself, which is indeed an isthmus between Lakes Mendota and Monona. "The Isthmus" is also a local newspaper in Madison, Wisconsin.

2. A weekly Madison newspaper published on Thursdays. The paper includes local news, restaurant listings, movie times and reviews, a community guide, classifieds and personals. The paper is well-known for having a liberal slant.

Milwaukee-speak for clear soda, such as 7-Up or Sprite.

Phrase describing those who frequent the shops and restaurants along South Congress Avenue and are way cooler than you.

1. The virgin vault was the former all-female Elizabeth Waters dormitory at the University of Wisconsin. It has recently been made co-ed, however, so the virigns have been let out...