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526. Chock Full O' Nuts: The essential New York "heavenly coffee".  
527. Alphabet City: East Lower Manhattan, where Avenues are called "A" and "B" instead of numbers.  
528. Grand Central: Grand Central Terminal is a major transit nexus that sits between 42nd and 45th streets to the north and south, and...  
529. Port Authority: The Post Authority Bus Terminal is located near the GW Bridge in Manhattan. Here you can catch a bus to just about ...  
530. Path Train: The PATH Train is the Port Authority Trans-Hudson, a commuter rail service operated by the Port Authority of New Yo...  
531. Leonard Bernstein: A notable conductor for the New York Philharmonic, now deceased.  
532. Andrew Carnegie: A poster-child for the American dream and the "steel baron with a heart of gold", and the namesake of Carnegie Hall...  
533. Waldorf-Astoria: A famous art-deco hotel on Fifth Avenue.  
534. Tree, The: The giant Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. The lighting of the tree is another well-loved (and well-attended) ...  
535. Going up the Avenue: A leisure-time shopping excursion in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.  
536. Fortunato's: Fortunato's, on Manhattan Ave in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, is an Italian pastry joint with excellent Cappuccinos and a ...  
537. Empire State Building Run-Up: For some reason, New Yorkers find it entertaining to stage their own type of marathon: a race to the 102nd floor of...  
538. Egg Cream: Don't let the moniker fool you; this drink contains only milk, chocolate syrup, and seltzer water-basically chocola...  
539. Nathan's Famous: This is the original Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs. They also serve a variety of other items, including, believe it or n...  
540. Nathan's International Hot Dog Eating Contest: A televised annual competitive eating event held at the original Nathan's on Coney Island in Brooklyn, generally co...  
 
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Common phrase that you learn and laugh at in elementary school in WC. Refers to the fact that you can go into town via High Street, then hang a right on Gay Street and exit town to the east side.

Fargo is one of the many US cities to claim to be the Gateway to the West, a luxury apparently afforded to any town east of the West.

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Theodore Roosevelt was shot in front of Milwaukee's Gilpatrick Hotel in 1912. The then presidential nominee for the Progressive Party was shot in the chest, but went on to deliver his speech later that day because the bullet was slowed down by a glass case and a manuscript. They don't make'em like they used to!

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".