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151. Downtown West: In the heart of Minneapolis commercial district; the area where Nicollet Mall and the Central Library are located.  
152. Cooper: The Minneapolis neighborhood famous for being the area where former Governor Jesse Ventura grew up.  
153. Leif Ericsson Memorial: A statue on the grounds of the State Capitol, erected to honor the rich Scandinavian heritage of the area.  
154. Frogtown: An area of St. Paul with a large concentration of Asian restaurants and stores.  
155. Elliot Park: A neighborhood just east of downtown Minneapolis and one of the oldest neighborhoods, notable for its brownstone ro...  
156. Joe's Market and Deli: A deli-type restaurant near the University of Minnesota that features Lebanese food.  
157. Loring CafĂ©: A live music venue on Harmon Place in Minneapolis.  
158. Goldy: The large gopher mascot of the University of Minnesota.  
159. Mississippi Mile: The area richest in local history, the district where milling, brewing, and electric power built Minneapolis around...  
160. Red Eye Collaboration: A multidisciplinary center for the arts, dedicated to innovative/alternative works of art.  
161. Grand Rounds Scenic Byway: A linked series of park areas in Minneapolis.  
162. Chain of Lakes: The district in Minneapolis that surrounds the lake parkland; part of the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway.  
163. Minnesota Nice: Refers to the affable demeanor rumored to be common in the Twin Cities and the surrounding areas (although the vali...  
164. ECCO: East Calhoun  
165. Edina Art Fair: A nationally renowned fine art showcase taking place in late spring/early summer in St. Paul.  
 
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A pair of 40 foot tall and 20 foot wide cowboy boots, located at the North Star Mall.

A common street-vendor food; a big, soft pretzel with coarse salt, often eaten with mustard.

Although it sounds like something made up by a seventh-grade boy, "Show and Blow" is the official name of the new alcohol-related policy for the student section at Wisconsin Badger football games. A student who is ejected for alcohol-related reasons must come to each subsequent game sober if underage or legally sober if of age. Apparently this policy was implemented last year (2007) but I only learned of it this year when the Dean of Students sent a letter to all season ticket holders that explains some changes to the Show and Blow program. Now, after a student is ejected, his or her ticket will be electronically tagged. In subsequent games the holder of that tagged voucher (NOT the person who was previously ejected) will be ushered to a Show and Blow area upon entering the stadium. This has implications for the student ticket resale market, as the electronic tag will be tied to all the vouchers in the season ticket packet in question, and not the offending person at the game.

Red and green chile sauce together with the same dish.

Coffee laced with chicory. Rumored to have originated in New Orleans during the Civil War, when the city was under a federal blockade and could not import enough coffee, which...