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1351. Oktoberfest: Generally held the last weekend in September, Appleton's Oktoberfest combines great food and drink, music, and a cr...  
1352. Appleton Boychoir, The: The Appleton Boychoir has been performing since 1979. They offer many opportunities to listen to one of the finest...  
1353. Hiawatha Line: The name of the AmTrak line running from the AmTrak station on 6th Street in Downtown Milwaukee to Union Station - ...  
1354. Old Fashioned: A drink to be enjoyed with your Friday Fish Fry. The Savoy Cocktail Book (1930) by Harry Craddock OLD FA...
1355. Original Pancake House, The: YUM! We love to eat here anytime, although Sunday Mornings are best if you ask me. Try the Swedish Pancakes or Ch...  
1356. Abe Lincoln: The nearly-100-year-old bronze of Abraham Lincoln atop Bascom Hill, situated right in front of Bascom Hall, had har...
1357. Bascom Mall: UW-Madison's Bascom Mall includes Bascom Hill and the buildings lining its steep slopes. The "mall" includes the La...  
1358. Pop: The incorrect way to say soda in in Madison. People from the west side of the state (aka Minnesota) come here and t...
1359. Brandy Old-Fashioned: An old fashioned is a traditional American cocktail made from whiskey, bitters, sugar and water. However, for some...  
1360. Spurgeon Vineyards: Spurgeon Vineyards in Highland, Wisconsin offers a fine selection of wines! Enjoy Winery Tours and Secure Online Sh...  
1361. Wing Night: People get to Brother's bar on the UW campus early on Wednesday nights for "wing night," when they serve buffalo wi...  
1362. Bubbler: A drinking fountain in other parts of the state/country.  
1363. kringle: delicious danish pastry that is best when purchased at an official Racine bakery; Larsen's, O&H, Lehmann's. Filled...  
1364. Bate-papo: An informal Portuguese conversation session put on by the UW-Madison Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Bate-pap...
1365. Madison's Downtown: A nice bar and restaurant across the street from the Great Dane near the Capitol. There's a lower level with decent...  
 
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Brew/movie, relating to any number of theaters that serve beer. Popular ones are Kennedy School, Laurelhurst, Baghdad.

1. Philadelphian speak for Italian Ice, a frozen desert made of flavored syrup.

2. Italian Ice

1. The use of "Willy Street" to describe Williamson Street originates with Madison cab dispatchers.

2. Willy street as you pass through might seem a little rough around the edge's, it is a very warm and exciting neighborhood. There are many characters, you get to know the people for who they are and except it for that. I love willy street! (also known as, granola-ville)

3. Willy Street is sometimes also used to refer to the Williamson street Co-op that is located on Williamson street. Example: I'm going to Willy street, do you want anything?

4. Willy Street is short for Williamson Street, home to one of the "hippiest" neighborhoods in Madison, located on the Near East side. In this neighborhood you have the Willy Street Co-op, Jolly Bob's Jerk Joint, a good Caribbean restaurant and bar, as well as other cool hangouts, such as the Weary Traveler. This bar has board games to play while you're drinking with your friends.

5. Willy Street is the nickname for Williamson Street in Madison. The street is well-known as a haven for liberal hippie-types. In recent years some of the more dilapidated homes have been replaced by newer condos.

In most parts of the world a sieve is a perforated instrument used to strain liquids, but at UW hockey games at the Kohl Center a sieve is the away team's goalie. After every Wisconsin goal the student section engages in a chant that likens the goalie to an instrument that lets things through its grasp.

Tacoma's claim to fame, caused by the gross, caustic fumes from the local paper mill. Although sulfur emissions have been greatly reduced, the Tacoma Aroma can still be smelled in the city, depending on which way the wind is blowing.