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... South Shore is one of 77 well-defined community areas of the City of Chicago, Illinois in the United States ... The jewel of the neighborhood is the South Shore Cultural Center, previously The South Shore Country Club, which began as a lakefront retreat for the ... A major drawback to the South Shore and neighboring South Chicago neighborhoods is that they are one of the few remaining Chicago lakefront neighborhoods that lacks a fully publicly accessible neighborhood ...
... The South Shore Cultural Center, in Chicago, Illinois, is a cultural facility located at 71st Street and South Shore Drive, in the city's South Shore neighborhood ... It encompasses the grounds of the former South Shore Country Club ... The South Shore Country Club was founded in 1905 as a suburban counterpart to the urban clubs of Chicago, such as the Athletic Club ...
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“Unfortunately there is still a cultural stereotype that its all right for girls to be affectionate but that once boys reach six or seven, they no longer need so much hugging and kissing. What this does is dissuade boys from expressing their natural feelings of tenderness and affection. It is important that we act affectionately with our sons as well as our daughters.”
—Stephanie Martson (20th century)
“We in the South were ready for reconciliation, to be accepted as equals, to rejoin the mainstream of American political life. This yearning for what might be called political redemption was a significant factor in my successful campaign.”
—Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)
“... the reason I keep doing it is for the tremendous rush I get at the end of any great swim.... there is ... nothing greater than touching the shore after crossing some great body of water knowing that Ive done it with my own two arms and legs.... Im overwhelmed by the strength of my body and the power of my mind. For one moment, just one second, I feel immortal.”
—Diana Nyad (b. 1949)