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541. State, The: "The State" is the popular name for the Utica Psychiatric Center (also known as the Utica State Hospital). The Stat...  
542. Adrian Terrace: This is one of Utica's oldest project housing. Adrian Terrace is located on Armory Drive in East Utica just off of ...  
543. MVCC: Mohawk Valley Community College. It’s the college where you see 90% of the people you graduated high school with. T...  
544. Washington Courts: This was one of Utica Project housing that was located behind the Auditorium. Most of the buildings were finally to...  
545. Rosa's: Located just off of the Parkway, Rosa's is one of the best Italian Restaurants in the city and everything on the me...  
546. Pizza Classic: Located on Genesse Street almost across from APAC. Great pizza, calzones & wings. Along with many other Italian dis...  
547. Delmonico's Steakhouse: An upscale steakhouse located on Genesse St in North Utica. The food is wonderful and the atmosphere is entertainin...  
548. East Side: The East Side is the old Polish part of Buffalo. Today it is predominantly African-American.  
549. North Buffalo: North Buffalo is home to a huge number of Italian-Americans. Every July it's host to Italian Heritage Festival.  
550. South Buffalo: South Buffalo is a predominantly Irish-American neighborhood. Once home to several steel mills, South Buffalo has s...  
551. Upper West Side: An extremely multicultural part of Buffalo, home to large groups of immigrants from East Africa, the Middle East, L...  
552. Tonawanda: Meaning "swift water" in Iroquois, the name Tonawanda is used in the proper names of three different places in the ...  
553. University at Buffalo: Formerly the University OF Buffalo, the University AT Buffalo is part of the State University of New York (SUNY) sy...  
554. Labrador Duck: it was in 1878  
555. Chemung River: The Chemung River gets its name from the Iroquois for "horn in the water" because mammoth tusks were found in the ...  
 
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Children's street game of bygone days, involving pink Spalding (or "spaldeen") ball and broomstick. Now sadly defunct.

1. This is a nickname for Green Bay that is used all over Wisconsin. This nickname refers to the success of the Green Bay Packers franchise that has won the most league championships in NFL history. Their record total is 12, which includes three Super Bowls (Super Bowl I in 1967, Super Bowl II in 1968, and Super Bowl XXXI in 1997).

2. The Green Bay Packers have won 12 NFL Championships (1929, 1930, 1931, 1936, 1939, 1944, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1968, 1969, 1997), which is the most for any team in the league.

1. Question from an Italian beef vendor about whether you would like it dipped in the juice or not.

2. Chicagoans used to refer to Italian Beef as "Dago Beef," but this practice became has been phased out in the last few decades as the term has been recognized as highly offensive.

The Allen Bradley clock tower, located on the Southside, where historic demographic was Poles. It's the largest four-faced clock in the world and the face is lit at night.

James Farley, Postmaster under FDR, said in 1936, "There are 47 states in the Union, and the Soviet of Washington." He alluded to the leftist movements in the state, particularly in Seattle where labor movements occurred post WWI when unsatisfactory efforts were made to improve wages after war-time wage controls.