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91. White Stripes: A world famous rock band originating from Detroit.  
92. Eminem: A grammy award winning Detroit rapper who came to fame in the late 1990's.  
93. Motown Historical Museum: Museum dedicated to the legacy of the Motown records, artist, and music. It contains exhibits featuring costumes, ...  
94. Tuskee Airmen Museum: Museum dedicated to the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen, an all African-American WW2 aviation squadron.  
95. Fort Wayne: A throwback to the Civil War era, Fort Wayne is a fort containing some barracks and hospitals built during the 1860...  
96. Museum of Contemporary Art: A non-collecting contemporary art museum located in Detroit's cultural center.  
97. Detroit Zoo: Actually, Royal Oak is a northern suburb of Detroit.  
98. Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory: Just east of downtown Detroit, it is a greenhouse and conservatory. It is open to the public free of charge every ...  
99. Belle Isle: The largest city park and it is the largest island park in the United States. It plays host to the Detroit Indy Gr...  
100. River Days: A five day festival on the International Riverfront. On the final day, a fireworks extravaganza is held which has ...  
101. North American International Auto Show: Held at the Cobo Center, the auto show for a while was the only one in the country; however, it remains the largest...  
102. Spirit of Detroit: Located at the Coleman A Young Municipal Center, it is a large bronze statue depicting a man with two symbolic obje...  
103. Detroit Tigers: Detroit's professional baseball team, also one of the oldest teams in Major League Baseball.  
104. Detroit Red Wings: One of professional hockey's most successful and popular teams, the Red Wings have won more Stanley Cups than any o...  
105. Motor City Bowl: Held every year at Ford Field, the bowl is a major postseason college football bowl game.  
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Theodore Roosevelt was shot in front of Milwaukee's Gilpatrick Hotel in 1912. The then presidential nominee for the Progressive Party was shot in the chest, but went on to deliver his speech later that day because the bullet was slowed down by a glass case and a manuscript. They don't make'em like they used to!

A shortened form for Mall of America, standing for big, frickin' mall. See also: MOA.

A nickname for Portland given by none other than George Bush and his staff. Every time he would visit there would be such protests and demonstrations that he did not return to Portland when seeking reelection in 2004; but sent other staff members to gain support.

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

1. Schlitz was the beer that made Milwaukee famous It's now sold in bottles with something more similar to the original formula sold back in the 70s. Schlitz had since cheapened its formula and lost its cult following. Hopefully it's not too late for a comeback!

2. Known as the "beer that made Milwaukee famous", Schlitz beer was brewed in Milwaukee since 1849. After being one of the most popular beers for many years, Schlitz fell out of favor in the 1980's, but is now making a sort of comeback as a retro, nostalgic brand.