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1351. Abe Lincoln: The nearly-100-year-old bronze of Abraham Lincoln atop Bascom Hill, situated right in front of Bascom Hall, had har...
1352. Bascom Mall: UW-Madison's Bascom Mall includes Bascom Hill and the buildings lining its steep slopes. The "mall" includes the La...  
1353. Pop: The incorrect way to say soda in in Madison. People from the west side of the state (aka Minnesota) come here and t...
1354. Brandy Old-Fashioned: An old fashioned is a traditional American cocktail made from whiskey, bitters, sugar and water. However, for some...  
1355. Spurgeon Vineyards: Spurgeon Vineyards in Highland, Wisconsin offers a fine selection of wines! Enjoy Winery Tours and Secure Online Sh...  
1356. Wing Night: People get to Brother's bar on the UW campus early on Wednesday nights for "wing night," when they serve buffalo wi...  
1357. Bubbler: A drinking fountain in other parts of the state/country.  
1358. kringle: delicious danish pastry that is best when purchased at an official Racine bakery; Larsen's, O&H, Lehmann's. Filled...  
1359. Bate-papo: An informal Portuguese conversation session put on by the UW-Madison Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Bate-pap...
1360. 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...  
1361. Picnic Point: Picnic Point offers great trails for biking, walking and running. They also have some sites set up for building a c...  
1362. Lakeshore Path: Lakeshore Path is a wooded running/biking/walking path that borders Lake Mendota near campus. Most often thought of...
1363. Willy Street Co-op: Willy Street Co-op is a wonderful store that specializes in organic and locally produced food and products. Located...  
1364. Yahara River Grocery Coop: The Yahara River Grocery Cooperative sells mostly local and natural foods at a hometown consumer-owned cooperative ...  
1365. L'Etoile: Established in 1976 by Odessa Piper, L'Etoile is a wonderful fine-dining establishment in downtown Madison, just st...
 
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A huge underground storage tunnel built to hold storm water runoff and sewage during heavy rains. The 19.4 mile long tunnel is located 300 feet below Milwaukee, ranges in in diameter from 17 to 32 feet, and holds 405 million gallons of sewage.

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.

The Rhode Island version of "People's Court"; a tv show where real people have their cases heard...and broadcasted...from Providence Municipal Court. The show is hosted by Chief Judge Frank Caprio. Only in America can you become a pseudo-celebrity for getting a parking ticket.

Slugging is a form of hitchhiking in DC that benefits both the hitchhiker and the driver. The driver can use the much faster HOV lane after taking on a passenger.

Berkeley is known for its odd culture and political leanings, and has been since the 1960's. Berzerkeley is a nickname used to help capture the oddity that is Berkeley, especially UC Berkeley and its students.