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121. Nye's Polonaise Room: A one-of-a-kind Minneapolis polka-pub, loved by locals for its delightfully kitschy decor, low-brow atmosphere and ...  
122. Beltrami: An artsy/bohemian area in northeast Minneapolis  
123. Architect Ave: A picturesque street in the Columbia Park area with houses designed by prominent architects in the 30s, 40s, and 50...  
124. CARAG: The 'Calhoun Area Residents Action Group'; an acronym-ed uptown Minneapolis neighborhood.  
125. Kondirator: A controversial metal mill that shreds and compacts scrap metal.  
126. Herkimer, The: A local brewery and restaurant where regulars feel at home and newcomers feel welcome in a 1920's style atmosphere....  
127. Strib: (noun) Common nickname for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, a daily newspaper.  
128. Minneapple, The: (noun) Nickname for Minneapolis, particularly in the 1980s and 1990s; meant as a contrast to "The Big Apple", New Y...
129. U of M: (noun) Very common nickname for the University of Minnesota; also mentioned in the school song, the "Minnesota Rous...  
130. Minnesota Rouser: (noun) Longtime school song of the University of Minnesota.  
131. Tangletown: (noun) South Minneapolis neighborhood known for its curvy streets (hence the name) bordered by I-35W, 46th Street, ...  
132. EP: Shorthand nickname for Eden Prairie, pronounced as the two letters: E P.  
133. Graffiti Bridge: Graffiti Bridge was a former railroad bridge that crossed Valley View Road, only allowing a single lane of traffic ...  
134. Edina Prairie: A slang expression referring to the area in the southwestern Twin Cities metropolitan area dominated by the cites o...  
135. Paisley Park: Prince's recording studios located on Highway 5 at Audubon Road.  
 
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1. Italian swear word used commonly, since most of the city is Italian. Let's just say it's an f-word.

2. New York Italian slang for the "f word"

Refers to the laid-back atmosphere, where it is not common for people to arrive 10 minutes late for meetings

A rose bush or thorn bush

Marinara Sauce

Carry a heavy load or a bulky package for a distance: "The MTA is on strike every Christmas, so we schlep our packages from Macy's to Grand Central"