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46. Eat Street: Nicollet Avenue South between 14th and 29th Streets; offers a great variety of ethnic fare.  
47. Medical Alley: The nickname given to St. Paul due to the over 200 medical research facilities here.  
48. Lake Superior: The Great Lake nearest the Twin Cities, and the world's largest freshwater lake.  
49. University of Minnesota: One of the largest universities in the country and a major research institution.  
50. University of Minnesota: One of the largest universities in the country and a major research institution.  
51. Lake Superior: The Great Lake nearest the Twin Cities, and the world's largest freshwater lake.  
52. LRT: Light Rail Transit  
53. North Minneapolis: The area north of Glenwood Avenue, and between the Mississippi River and Theodore Wirth Parkway.  
54. CODEFOR: Uses computers to track crime patterns in Minneapolis.  
55. Prairie-Style Houses: Low lying, natural wood and stone, natural windows; pioneered by Frank Lloyd Wright.  
56. Colonials: Two-story box-like houses with symmetrical windows and a central door.  
57. Tudors: Houses featuring steep roofs, dark wood sides, and stone arches.  
58. Neighborhood Revitalization Program: A program focused on empowering residents to become involved in decision processes related to improving their neigh...  
59. Frat Row: A section of University Ave. in Minneapolis.  
60. Radio K: The University of Minnesota student-run radio station.  
 
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Watertown is the birthplace of variety retailing, known in other parts of the country as dollar stores, but known in Watertown as "five and dime".

(noun) Traffic light maneuver associated with Pittsburgh. It is when a the first car in either direction waiting for a stop light is allowed to (or claims the right to) turn left before the car facing the opposite direction proceeds straight ahead.

Philadelphia's motto, coined by William Penn.

A style of house with a center hallway running from the front door to the back door that you "could fire a shotgun through".

This slang for rubber bands in Pittsburgh speak, not to be confused with bubble gum bands, which are singing groups without instrumental accompaniment.