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1. White Mountain National Forest: 1200 miles of hiking trails in addition to scenic drives, historic places, spectacular scenery, campgrounds and wil...  
2. Smuttynose Brewing Company: Founded in 1994, Smuttynose is a leading craft brewery in Portsmouth, NH. Their beers include Shoals Pale Ale, Old ...  
3. Pompey: A nickname for the city of Portsmouth, NH.  
4. Horseshoe, The: Located on a stretch of the Souhegan River that passes through a section of boulders and 20 foot bluffs. Site of la...  
 
 
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Brew/movie, relating to any number of theaters that serve beer. Popular ones are Kennedy School, Laurelhurst, Baghdad.

Citywide catastrophe rumored to have been started by the "O'Leary cow." As legend goes, the O'Leary cow kicked over a lantern in the O'Leary farm which started to spread throughout the city. Every building in the city, which was made out of wood then, was either damaged or destroyed with the exception of the Water Tower which stands to this day.

Satan's Steed is one of the nicknames of the blue horse sculpture just outside of the Denver International Airport. The horse's creepy red eyes attract all sorts of disgust from the Colorado public, who lament the fact that the sculpture is placed so prominently at the gateway to the city. Adding to the mustang's mystique, scupltor Luis Jimenez died...

"The Big House" is the nickname for Michigan Stadium, where the University of Michigan Wolverines football team plays its home games. The Big House gets its name for its gigantic size and even more impressive attendance. Attendance often eclipses 110,000, even though the published capacity is a few thousand less.

In the midst of the debate over the Iraq war, a few US congressmen exercised their freedom to slight the French by renaming french fries and french toast in the congressional cafeteria. Enter "Freedom Fries".