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76. Den, The: Local nickname for the Bears & Eagles Stadium  
77. Branch Brook Park: This huge park (over 350 acres) claims to be the first public-use county park in the United States, and as a result...  
78. Rutgers Newark: This campus was originally an autonomous law school at its inception in 1908, and later became the University of Ne...  
79. Cherry Blossom Festival: A celebration that takes place each April in Branch Brook Park, New Jersey's version of the famous springtime event...  
80. 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...  
81. Broad Street: Downtown Newark centers around this street, which is a flurry of retail activity The discount stores and vendors li...  
82. New Jersey Devils: New Jersey's professional hockey team (NHL); their home is Newark's Prudential Center.  
83. Prudential Center: prudent  
84. Hobby's Deli: A real Jewish deli with the best pastrami sandwiches in Newark. They also sponsor "Operation Salami Drop", a progra...  
85. North Ward: The area of Newark north of route 280.  
86. Ferry Street: A relatively safe street in the Ironsides neighborhood with a large concentration of excellent Portugeuse and Brazi...  
87. NJPAC: Acronym for the New Jersey Performing Arts Center  
88. Norker: Slang for someone from Newark  
89. Bennies: "Bennies" is more from the Jersey Shore and refers to people from other parts of the area visiting during the summe...  
90. Down the Shore: New Jersey slang for the beaches or ocean shore areas of the state.  
 
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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?".

1. On April 1st, 2010, Google changed its name to Topeka, which may have been reciprocation from Topeka changing...

1. The colored (orange, yellow and green) metal chairs outside at the Memorial Union Terrace. You can buy replica terrace chairs in the store inside the union in red and white, but not in the colors outside (though students have been known to steal the real ones as college souvenirs to remember happy times drinking and socializing on the terrace). People have gotten "busted" for having them out on porches and balconies where their thievery is on display.

2. For me, the chairs represent the center of the Universe. I have traveled all over the world and have met people who know the chairs. Just this last weekend I introduced my 8 year old to the chairs. We relaxed in them and enjoyed a cool beverage while watching the boats on the lake and listening to reggae.

3. The terrace chairs represent some of my fondest memories at UW. I spent many a day sitting in them, looking out over the lake and pretending to study. The terrace chairs are quintessentially Madison.

4. Sure, the terrace chairs are emblematic of UW-Madison, and perhaps Madison as a whole, but nobody ever assesses their comfort. I find them quite uncomfortable.

(noun) Nickname for US 201 between Bingham and Jackman, so-called for the numerous moose in the area.

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