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91. St. Paul RiverCentre: A downtown convention center on the banks of the Mississippi; hotels, dining, parking, visitor attractions, and NHL...  
92. Rice Park: The site of a major wetland in the area, Rice Lake, and a popular area for camping, skiing, or snowmobiling.  
93. Harriet Island: A 100-year-old public park centrally located in the Twin Cities, host to picnic areas, concerts, festivals, fairs, ...  
94. St. Paul Winter Carnival: Celebrates the unique history and heritage of St. Paul with a parade and other events; generally in January or Febr...  
95. Kellogg Mall Park: Part of a revitalization effort, a beautiful riverfront park across from the Courthouse.  
96. Mears Park: A downtown park that hosts free classical music concerts.  
97. Minneapolis Aquatennial: A ten-day festival in July, in celebration of the lakes; one of the best summer festivals in the area.  
98. Taste of Minnesota: Minnesota's largest free festival, on Harriet Island; food, live entertainment, etc.  
99. St. Paul Grand Gazette: A monthly neighborhood newspaper, focused on the Grand Avenue area in St. Paul.  
100. Pandora's Cup Minneapolis: An uptown, punk-rock-ish coffeehouse in an old tow-story house with a vegan-friendly menu, an art gallery, and even...  
101. Nord'east: Slang for Northeast  
102. Tom Thumb Donuts: Just like normal donuts, but scaled down to bite-size.  
103. Cathedral of St. Paul: A Roman Catholic church that functions as a civic landmark, providing a quiet place of contemplation and community ...  
104. Summit-Selby: A higher-end, now multi-ethnic neighborhood with a number of fine Victorian houses from the 19th century.  
105. Up North: Anywhere north of the Twin Cities, typically in reference to the lakes area where people go for the weekend.  
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