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151. Forward. Thinking.: "Forward" is the motto for the state of Wisconsin. "Forward. Thinking." is a play on the state motto used by the U...
152. Sconnie Nation: I've lived 34 of my 35 years in Wisconsin, and 33 of those in the Madison area. I've NEVER heard anyone from Wisco...  
153. Madhatter's: Madhatter's used to be in the old University Square complex, but has been gone for years after it was torn down to ...  
154. Grainger Hall: The building of Wisconsin's school of business. UW-Madison has a great undergraduate business program, as well as a...
155. Marquette Interchange: An interchange for I-94, I-794, and I-43 in downtown Milwaukee near Marquette University. This is currently under ...  
156. Marquette Neighborhood: The Marquette Neighborhood is known throughout the region for its eclectic residents, historic architecture, fine r...
157. Fromagination: A specialty cheese market located on the Capitol Square featuring Wisconsin Artisan Cheesemakers as well as other f...  
158. Elver Park: Located in southwest Madison, Elver Park is one of Madison's largest parks at 227 acres. Elver Park offer a great ...  
159. Sundance 608: The Sundance 608 (for Madison's area code) is the Hilldale Mall's new indy film theater. Go to this Sundance theate...
160. Weinermobile: The Weinermobile is often seen in the Madison area, as Oscar Mayer headquarters are located on the east side of tow...
161. Kelly's Grille: Kelly's Grille has been closed since 2008. The space was split into Roman Candle and Atomic Koi.
162. Brocach: Brocach is Gaelic for "badger den" and Madisonian for "a great little Irish Pub on the Capitol Square." Brocach Iri...  
163. Horebian: A Horebian is a resident of Mt. Horeb.  
164. Bratfest: Bratfest is a brat charity brat festival held on Willow Island at the Alliant Energy Center. In addition to serving...
165. Rathskeller: The Rathskeller is a German themed area of Memorial Union. It is great place to watch bands, study and even drink b...
 
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Big-Z is the nickname of Chicago Cubs' pitcher Carlos Zambrano. The 6'5" native of Venezuela is one of the better pitchers in the game today and is one of the best hitting pitcher in the modern era with a career batting average around .240 and legitimate home run power.

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. A large and predominantly Latino neighborhood located in the north-eastern section of Manhattan surrounding 116th Street and bounded by the East River.

2. A predominantly Hispanic (Puerto Rican) neighborhood in northeastern Manhattan.

1. Normally a small strip of land that separates two bodies of water, 'isthmus' often refers to the city of Madison itself, which is indeed an isthmus between Lakes Mendota and Monona. "The Isthmus" is also a local newspaper in Madison, Wisconsin.

2. A weekly Madison newspaper published on Thursdays. The paper includes local news, restaurant listings, movie times and reviews, a community guide, classifieds and personals. The paper is well-known for having a liberal slant.

1. First started in 1968, Summerfest also known as "The Big Gig" is now in the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Largest Outdoor Music Festival. Currently boasting 11 days and nights of music on 13 different stages dispersed throughout the 75-acre Henry Maier Festival Park the fest is located along the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan.