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136. Shaw: One of the most intact older niehgborhoods in the historic part of St. Louis, just east of the Missouri Botanical G...
137. Southampton: A quiet, traditionally Germanic neighborhood in south St. Louis, just west of Kingshighway Blvd; a reputedly safe, ...  
138. Southwest Garden: A large neighborhood just west of the Missouri Botanical Garden that includes a great deal of historical architectu...  
139. Soulard: A neighborhood in historic south St. Louis known for its boisterous Mardi Gras and Bastille Day celebrations, also ...  
140. Tower Grove East: A south St. Louis neighborhood with a strong community spirit and gorgeous architecture; just east of Tower Grove P...  
141. Tower Grove South: A diverse business and residential neighborhood in south St. Louis, just south of Tower Grove Park.  
142. Hortense Place: An older St Louis neighborhood in the central western part of the city, known for its grand mansions and cosmopolit...  
143. Holly Hills: A quiet, overwhelmingly Caucasian residential neighborhood in south St. Louis, with a strong neighborhood spirit an...  
144. St. Louis Hills: A southwestern neighborhood to the east of the River de Peres, known for its beautiful landscaping and parks, its d...  
145. Wydown Skinker: A western neighborhood considered one of the most beautiful in the city, located just west of Forest Park and close...  
146. World Leadership Award: Received by St. Louis in 2006 for urban renewal.  
147. St. Louis Art Museum: A free art museum located in Forest Park.  
148. Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts: An art museum in the Grand Center district that offers changing gallery exhibitions, community programming, and opp...  
149. Eugene Field House: A National Historic Landmark whose mission is to preserve the home and memorabilia of the "Children's Poet" Eugene ...  
150. New Cathedral, The: The Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.  
 
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A breakfast that incorporates bourbon, or is comprised of bourbon.

Created by the Brown Hotel in Louisville, the Hot Brown is a broiled open face sandwich featuring turkey, bacon, and mornay sauce. Popular in Louisville as well as throughout Kentucky.

Bassett Street came within a vote of being renamed Ho Chi Minh Trail in the early 1970's as a protest against the Viet Nam War.

Vacuum cleaner.

Nickname for "The tallest fraternity in Texas." The Houston Cougars' basketball team from 1982 to 1984 featured explosive players like Clyde Drexler and Hakeem Olajuwon that warranted the nickname for their explosive play and huge dunks. Phi Slama Jama happened again on the Houston Rockets when Clyde Drexler was traded to the NBA champion Houston Rockets for one last hurrah at the end of both Drexler's and Olajuwon's careers.