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61. Neighborhood Revitalization Program: A program focused on empowering residents to become involved in decision processes related to improving their neigh...  
62. Frat Row: A section of University Ave. in Minneapolis.  
63. Radio K: The University of Minnesota student-run radio station.  
64. Radio K: The University of Minnesota student-run radio station.  
65. Minnesota Daily, The: The campus newspaper of the University of Minnesota, one of the largest college newspapers in the U.S.  
66. Minnesota Daily, The: The campus newspaper of the University of Minnesota, one of the largest college newspapers in the U.S.  
67. Fred, The: The Weisman Art Museum, a modern museum, art gallery, and architectural landmark.  
68. Stadium Village: A shopping and dining area east of the University of Minnesota's East Bank campus.  
69. Quarry, The: A shopping center convenient to the University of Minnesota.  
70. Dome, The: The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, where the University of Minnesota Gophers football team play.  
71. Barn, The: Williams Arena, home of the University of Minnesota Gophers basketball team.  
72. CityPages: The weekly news and arts paper for Minneapolis and St. Paul.  
73. CityPages: The weekly news and arts paper for Minneapolis and St. Paul.  
74. Cities, The: Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area.  
75. Outstate: How people inside the metropolitan Minneapolis/St. Paul area refers to the rest of Minnesota.  
 
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Refers to the extensive Internet resources offered by the Library of Congress.

Common nickname for the Pennsylvanian Railroad.

A newcomer to Alaska. The word comes from the Chinook and can be used nicely, or disparagingly to describe an ignorant or obnoxious outsider.

The technical definition is an adjective used to describe something as cheap or inferior. New Yorkers use it as a term encompassing all of the souvenirs sold in Times Square that tourists take home with them to remind them of their trip to New York City. (I mean, what else would you call a melamine ash tray shaped like a yellow taxi?) AKA kitsch. Individual items of schlock or kitsch are known as tchotchkes.

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