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31. Lake Superior: The Great Lake nearest the Twin Cities, and the world's largest freshwater lake.  
32. LRT: Light Rail Transit  
33. North Minneapolis: The area north of Glenwood Avenue, and between the Mississippi River and Theodore Wirth Parkway.  
34. CODEFOR: Uses computers to track crime patterns in Minneapolis.  
35. Prairie-Style Houses: Low lying, natural wood and stone, natural windows; pioneered by Frank Lloyd Wright.  
36. Colonials: Two-story box-like houses with symmetrical windows and a central door.  
37. Tudors: Houses featuring steep roofs, dark wood sides, and stone arches.  
38. Neighborhood Revitalization Program: A program focused on empowering residents to become involved in decision processes related to improving their neigh...  
39. Frat Row: A section of University Ave. in Minneapolis.  
40. Radio K: The University of Minnesota student-run radio station.  
41. Radio K: The University of Minnesota student-run radio station.  
42. Minnesota Daily, The: The campus newspaper of the University of Minnesota, one of the largest college newspapers in the U.S.  
43. Minnesota Daily, The: The campus newspaper of the University of Minnesota, one of the largest college newspapers in the U.S.  
44. Fred, The: The Weisman Art Museum, a modern museum, art gallery, and architectural landmark.  
45. Stadium Village: A shopping and dining area east of the University of Minnesota's East Bank campus.  
 
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In the midst of the debate over the Iraq war, a few US congressmen exercised their freedom to slight the French by renaming french fries and french toast in the congressional cafeteria. Enter "Freedom Fries".

A nickname for the Allen's Landing area, the place where August C. and John K. Allen stepped ashore in 1836 and staked claim in the city of Houston.

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.

The oldest coffeehouse in New Orleans, famous for beignets and chicory-laced coffee.

Savannah has earned this somewhat dubious designation, probably due to the popularity of local 'ghost tours' among tourists.