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61. North Minneapolis: The area north of Glenwood Avenue, and between the Mississippi River and Theodore Wirth Parkway.  
62. CODEFOR: Uses computers to track crime patterns in Minneapolis.  
63. Prairie-Style Houses: Low lying, natural wood and stone, natural windows; pioneered by Frank Lloyd Wright.  
64. Colonials: Two-story box-like houses with symmetrical windows and a central door.  
65. Tudors: Houses featuring steep roofs, dark wood sides, and stone arches.  
66. Neighborhood Revitalization Program: A program focused on empowering residents to become involved in decision processes related to improving their neigh...  
67. Frat Row: A section of University Ave. in Minneapolis.  
68. Radio K: The University of Minnesota student-run radio station.  
69. Radio K: The University of Minnesota student-run radio station.  
70. Minnesota Daily, The: The campus newspaper of the University of Minnesota, one of the largest college newspapers in the U.S.  
71. Minnesota Daily, The: The campus newspaper of the University of Minnesota, one of the largest college newspapers in the U.S.  
72. Fred, The: The Weisman Art Museum, a modern museum, art gallery, and architectural landmark.  
73. Stadium Village: A shopping and dining area east of the University of Minnesota's East Bank campus.  
74. Quarry, The: A shopping center convenient to the University of Minnesota.  
75. Dome, The: The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, where the University of Minnesota Gophers football team play.  
 
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The unique Cincinnati way of saying 'pardon me?'

In January 1996, a blizzard hit and shut down NYC. Hundreds of stranded travelers were forced to live in the terminals of JFK Airport for two days, since even buses and taxis were immobilized.

The Francophone cheer for the New Orleans Saints, the 2010 Super Bowl champs!

Disparaging nickname for people from Massachusetts, most often employed by people from other New England states.

Nickname for the city's award-winning daily newspaper, the Providence Journal. This paper holds the distinction of being the oldest continuously published daily in the U.S., having been started in 1829.