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1. Alburquerque: The old name for Albuquerque. The first 'r' was removed back in the 19th Century after Anglos had a hard time with ...  
2. Christmas Style: Red and green chile sauce together with the same dish.  
3. ABQ: Shorthand for Albuquerque, or its airport (officially called Albuquerque International Sunport).  
4. Just Muffin Around: A local bakery & cafe that serves up breakfast, lunch, and homemade muffins & muffin tops.
5. Q, The: A quick way of saying Albuquerque, originally a city campaign to make the city better known and to promote awarenes...  
6. Alibi: A local free publication that has a large number of the "haps" (events) of the area, as well as up and coming conce...
7. Haps: Albuquerque English for local events.  
8. Heights-Foothills: This area is at the base of the Sandia Mountains in the NE quadrant of the city. It's a higher class living area t...  
9. Valley, The: This region is located near the Rio Grande river which passes through the Albuquerque area, and is in the SW quadra...  
10. Rio Rancho: Originally not part of Albuquerque, but has grown into the city. Probably has the best neighborhoods, but is a lon...  
11. Frontier, The: An older local restaurant that serves New Mexican foods, used to be 24 hours all the time until recently. A good e...  
12. Twisters: A newer local restaurant thats known for its signature 'Twister burrito' which you can choose the filling (vegatari...  
13. Sadie's: Another older local, that serves many New Mexican plates and is very good, albeit small. From my experience has a ...  
14. Texas Roadhouse: A good Texan restaurant that has invaded the Q, with fresh bread served plentifully and accommodating meals. I'd c...  
15. Rudy's: A Texan joint that serves smoked BBQ, where you can buy your choice of meat wholesale. The setting is what you'd i...  
 
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This is what many Pinkberry-crazed people call their precious frozen yogurt dessert.

Minnesota bars, particularly those Northeast Minneapolis are known for their meat raffles. Typically run by a charity, raffle tickets usually sell for $1 apiece and winners get to choose their cut of meat.

Take a left (while driving).

noun - called the "easement" or "treelawn" in other localities, the "devil-strip" is what we call the grassy strip between the street and the sidewalk.

Refers to the affable demeanor rumored to be common in the Twin Cities and the surrounding areas (although the validity of this stereotype is the subject of some disagreement).