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1. Broadway: Generally refers to the larger shows and musicals in the area near Times Square, and also to the theater district i...  
2. Major Deegan: The section of I-87 that begins near the Triborough Bridge and turns into the New York State Thruway at Westchester...  
3. Harlem River Drive: A freeway that runs along the Harlem River, on the east side of Manhattan. It spans the section of the city between...  
4. Cross-Bronx Expressway: A six-lane freeway and the part of I-95 that runs through the Bronx  
5. 42nd Street: A famous cross-town street commonly associated with or referring to the theater district. The best-known section, r...  
6. Stickball: Children's street game of bygone days, involving pink Spalding (or "spaldeen") ball and broomstick. Now sadly defu...  
7. Crosstown: Traveling east or west across Manhattan, as opposed to going north (uptown) or south (downtown). For example, "I'm...  
8. Canal Street: A major and usually quite congested street in lower Manhattan lined with hundreds of discount retailers that separa...  
9. Mott Street: The center of Manhattan's Chinatown, a crowded tourist trap of a street that fades into Little Italy if followed to...  
10. Park Avenue: A high-end district located on Manhattan's Upper East Side between Madison Avenue and Lexington Avenue.  
11. Avenue of the Americas: An official pseudonym for the street more commonly known as Sixth Avenue.  
12. Houston Street: A major street in downtown Manhattan whose spelling mimics a certain Texas town but is pronounced "How-sten". West ...  
13. LIE: Long Island Expressway  
14. BQE: Brooklyn Queens Expressway
15. Belt: Belt Parkway  
 
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