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31. New Jersey Historical Society Museum: This free museum is all about the history of New Jersey, and is actually part of that history having been founded i...  
32. Broad Street: Downtown Newark centers around this street, which is a flurry of retail activity The discount stores and vendors li...  
33. New Jersey Devils: New Jersey's professional hockey team (NHL); their home is Newark's Prudential Center.  
34. Prudential Center: prudent  
35. Hobby's Deli: A real Jewish deli with the best pastrami sandwiches in Newark. They also sponsor "Operation Salami Drop", a progra...  
36. North Ward: The area of Newark north of route 280.  
37. Ferry Street: A relatively safe street in the Ironsides neighborhood with a large concentration of excellent Portugeuse and Brazi...  
38. NJPAC: Acronym for the New Jersey Performing Arts Center  
39. Norker: Slang for someone from Newark  
40. Bennies: "Bennies" is more from the Jersey Shore and refers to people from other parts of the area visiting during the summe...  
41. Down the Shore: New Jersey slang for the beaches or ocean shore areas of the state.  
42. AC: Refers to Atlantic City, NJ  
43. Brick City: Slang for the city of Newark, New Jersey  
44. NJSP: it is a very dangerous prison beacause some of the prisoners have issues like serious issues  
45. Chambersburg: A neighborhood in the southern portion of Trenton notable for its strong reflection of Italian and Italian-American...  
 
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Runner's World named the Crazylegs one of the 100 races. Crazylegs was started in 1981 and was named in honor of the then-Athletic Director Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch, a Wausau native and former professional running back...

Stretch of Peachtree Rd in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta that is marked by the presence of a number of large churches built close together.

A nickname for Portland given by none other than George Bush and his staff. Every time he would visit there would be such protests and demonstrations that he did not return to Portland when seeking reelection in 2004; but sent other staff members to gain support.

1. Keep Austin Weird was a slogan initiated by the Austin Small Business Alliance to help promote the city and its local businesses. Local street character Leslie Cochran didn't come up with the phrase, but he has become the poster child for it, although unofficially. It has since been trademarked and is now marketed on all sorts of merchandise.

2. A local motto in recent years used to promote the city’s eccentricity and diversity. It featured on innumerable bumper stickers and t-shirts.

A french-style doughnut, typically dusted with powdered sugar and accompanied by a cup of chicory-laced cafe au lait. Made famous in Cafe Du Monde, located in the old French Market on Jackson Square.