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136. Shoreway, The: (noun) A freeway along Lake Erie going through downtown linking the west side and east side.  
137. Gold Coast: (noun) Section of northeastern Lakewood along Lake Erie known for its luxury high-rise residential buildings.  
138. Ascension: (noun) Common shorthand for Church of the Ascension, an Episcopal church on Detroit Avenue.  
139. Birdtown: (noun) Section of southeastern Lakewood featuring many streets named for birds.  
140. Hopkins: (noun) Common shorthand for Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport.  
141. Cincinnati Bengals: Official name for the National Football league team in Cincinnati, OH. Part of the American Football Conference (A...  
142. Cleveland Browns: Official name for the National Football League team in Cleveland, OH. Part of the American Football Conference (AF...  
143. Q, The: Slang for Quicken Loans Arena, formerly Gund Arena. The Q is in downtown Cleveland and is best known as the home of...  
144. King James: (noun) Nickname for Cleveland Cavaliers superstar (and Akron native) LeBron James.  
145. Edge, The: (noun) Neighborhood and business district centered around West 117th Street (particularly north of Madison), the st...  
146. Edge, The: (noun) Neighborhood and business district centered around West 117th Street (particularly north of Madison), the st...  
147. Public Square: (noun) 2 block by 2 block square park square downtown widely considered the heart of the city. Several of Cleveland...  
148. Playhouse Square: (noun) Section of downtown Cleveland east of Public Square down Euclid Avenue known for its beautiful, large restor...  
149. Ohio City: (noun) Historic neighborhood on the near West Side of Cleveland, across the Cuyahoga River from downtown; noted for...  
150. Cinnamon and Cocoa: Cincinnati, a city known for its chili culture, employs non-traditional ingredients like cinnamon and cocoa for its...  
 
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1. Granolaville is a nickname for Madison's Marquette neighborhood, which is well known for its bustling activity along Williamson (Willy) Street. In Granolaville you'll find great restaurants, bars, and--oh yeah--lots of hippies.

2. Slang for the Williamson Street (popularly dubbed "Willy Street") area, a very hippy-like neighborhood with a great food co-op and trendy hipster bars.

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. "Jump Around" is not only the party smash hit by House of Pain, but is also a student section tradition at the Wisconsin Badger football games. Every home game, right before the start of the 4th quarter, the speakers sound "daaaaah, dah, dah, duuuuuuuh." And then the entire student section--including the marching band behind the north end zone--starts to literally jump around and shake the entire...

A (largely derogatory) nickname for people who live in/hang out in the Milwaukee suburb of West Allis. See also 'Stallis.

At In-N-Out burger, there are a couple of things that customers can say when they order to get their food cooked a certain way, even though it is not on any menu. "Protein style" means that your burger is wrapped in lettuce rather than a bun.