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1. Kessler Air Force Base: Military installation located within the city’s limits. It is one of the largest training facilities for the US mil...  
2. Beau Rivage: Re-opened on the one year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Beau Rivage is a hotel and resort and the tallest build...  
3. Brett Favre: Kiln's most famous native son. Favre spent his entire storybook NFL career as a Green Bay Packer, but was always a ...  
4. Lazy Magnolia: Lazy Magnolia is a micro-brewery located in Kiln that sells beer all over the state. Their beers include Amberjaque...  
5. Hard Rock Casino: Rock themed hotel and casino in Biloxi, it features memorabilia from Elvis Presley, BB King, and Johnny Cash.  
6. Casino Hollywood: Is also a Bay St. Louis property that includes an on-side golf course and movie cinema décor.  
7. Island View Casino Resort: Nearby Gulfport's only casino and home to one of world-famous chef "Emeril's" restaurants.  
8. Isle od Capri Casino: Biloxi casino with a tropical island theme.  
9. Boomtown Casino: One of the oldest casino in the city, Boomtown was severely damaged in the hurricane and was recently re-opened.  
10. Silver Slopper, The: The first land-based casino to open following Hurricane Katrina.  
11. IP Hotel and Casino: Formerly known as the Imperial Palace, it had been severely damaged and as a result it was forced to temporarily cl...  
12. Hurricane Katrina: The most destructive hurricane in U.S. history, it made landfall close to the shores of the city and forced nearly ...  
13. Biloxi Bay Bridge: Biloxi's minor league hockey team.  
14. Andrew Jackson: Jackson's namesake and 7th President of the United States, who protected the territories attained in the Louisiana ...  
15. Crossroads of the South: Nickname for Jackson, Mississippi.  
 
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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.

This is an endearing nickname for New York, New York. Although most would regard New York City as more influential than the rest of the state in its entirety, this double naming causes problems for upstaters when they tell people where they're from when abroad. (People in other countries are often unaware that New York is both a state and a city.)

A county park situated along Lake Travis, is the only clothing-optional public park in Texas.

Literally, "Is it not so?", a slurring of "ain't it, hey?". May be used after a statement of fact when one expects a response, reply, or nod of acknowledgement. Ex: "Dem Brewers is doin' good dis year, aina hey?".

The culmination of all run off and spillage from the beer vendors at a Madison Mallards game. The extra beer runs down a funnel into a bucket. Not for the faint of heart, but it doesnt taste all that bad, a little flat maybe.