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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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865 is the area code for the Knoxville area, which spells V-O-L. This is no coincidence, but rather a homage paid to the beloved Volunteer sports teams in the Knoxville area.

Slang for Victorian houses with multi-colored schemes, such houses line many streets in San Francisco.

A six-legged cat beast in Cherokee mythology that has different story variations, depending on where you are (Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee).

Celebrated on February 9th, 2010, a good 53 days before Easter (as opposed to the typical 46 for Mardi Gras), honoring the New Orleans Saints and their new Lombardi Trophy!

Hazy, hot, and humid -- how local news anchors describe a typical summer day in D.C.