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A large shack near Pigeon Forge, TennesseeA shack is a type of small, often primitive shelter or dwelling.It is possible that up to a billion people worldwide live in shacks.Planet of Slums, Verso, 2006 Fire is a significant hazard in tight-knit shack settlements. Shack settlements are also sometimes known as slums or shanty towns.In Australian English ''shack'' can also refer to a small holiday house with limited conveniences, for instance it may not have running water or electricity.In oilfield... read more

The Shack

''The Shack'' is a Christian novel by Canadian author William P. Young, a former office manager and hotel night clerk, published in 2007. The novel was self-published but became a ''USA Today'' bestseller, having sold 1 million copies as of June 8, 2008. USA Today, 2008-04-30 It was the No. 1 paperback trade fiction seller on ''The New York Times Best Seller list'' from June 2008 to early 2010, in a publishing partnership with Hachette Book Group USA's FaithWords imprint (Hodder & Stoughton in the... read more

Shack Mountain

Shack Mountain is a house near Charlottesville, Virginia, that is a tribute to Thomas Jefferson's architectural style. It was designed by and for Fiske Kimball (1881-1955), an architectural historian who was the founder of the University of Virginia School of Architecture, and who is credited with restoring respect for Jefferson's architectural ability. The house derives its name from the Shackelford family, who owned and settled the property in the 18th century.==History==Intended as a retirement... read more

Psychedelic Shack

''Psychedelic Shack'' is the twelfth studio album by studio albumThe Temptations for the Gordy ( studio albumThe TemptationsMotown ) label released in 1970, which represents the Temptations' full-blown submergence into psychedelia . Completely written by psychedeliaNorman Whitfield and psychedeliaNorman WhitfieldBarrett Strong and produced by Whitfield, ''Psychedelic Shack'' almost completely abandoned the " psychedeliaNorman WhitfieldBarrett StrongMotown Sound " formula for this LP; hard... read more

Love Shack

"Love Shack" is a single by pop-rock band The B-52's. Originally released in 1989 from their album ''Cosmic Thing'', the single was the band's biggest hit song and first million-copy seller.David Mansour, ''From Abba to Zoom: A Pop Culture Encyclopedia of the Late 20th Century.'' Andrews McNeel Publishing, 2005. It was also the band's first song to reach the ''Billboard'' Top 40 charts, peaking at number 3, also reaching number 2 on the UK Singles Chart, and was number 1 for eight weeks in Australia,... read more

Radio shack

A radio shack is a room or structure used for housing radio equipment. Random House, Inc.==History==During radio's early days, equipment was experimental and often home-built. The first radio transmitters used a loud spark gap to generate radio waves, and so were often housed in a separate outbuilding or shed. When radio was first adopted by the U.S. Navy, a small, wooden structure placed on deck to house the ship's radio equipment became known as the "radio shack." ''The name "RadioShack" is a nautical... read more

Science Shack

''Science Shack'' was a BBC television series screened in 2001 and 2002. It was presented by Adam Hart-Davis and produced by Leeds UK-based Screenhouse Productions. The series set out to answer science questions by performing experiments. In the first series, topics included: 'Can you walk on the ceiling?' for which the team held an inverted walking competition, with Australians taking part; 'What will we do when the oil runs out?' with the shack in Cornwall and powered by alternative energy sources;... read more

Ruth Shack

Ruth Shack (born 24 August 1931 in Brooklyn, New York) was the sponsor of the 1977 Human Rights Ordinance in Miami-Dade County, Florida. She was elected to the Metro-Dade County Commission in 1976, 1978 and 1982. After leaving the Commission she became the president and CEO of one of the largest philanthropic organizations in Florida, the Dade Community Foundation. She retired in 2009.==Education==Shack earned her Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from Miami-Dade's Barry University in 1970 with a major... read more

Eddie Shack

Edward Steven Phillip Shack (born February 11, 1937), also known by the nicknames "The Entertainer" and "The Nose" is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player who played for six National Hockey League teams from 1959 to 1975.==Playing career==Shack was born in Sudbury, Ontario, in 1937, the son of Ukrainian immigrants. He left his job as a butcher to try out for the Guelph Biltmores, knowing he could return if hockey did not pan out as a career.Shack played junior hockey for the Guelph... read more

Sugar Shack

"Sugar Shack" is a song written in 1962 by Keith McCormack and Jimmy Torres. Torres gave his song rights to his aunt, Fay Voss, as a birthday present. The song was recorded in 1963 by Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs at Norman Petty Studios in Clovis, New Mexico. The unusual and distinctive organ part was played on a Hammond Solovox, Model J."Sugar Shack" hit number one on both the ''Billboard'' Hot 100 (where it spent five weeks from October 12 to November 9, 1963) and ''Cashbox'' singles charts (where... read more

Shack (band)

Shack are an English band formed in Liverpool in 1987. Originally Shack consisted of Mick Head (vocals/guitar), his brother John Head (guitar), Justin Smith (bass) and Mick Hurst.===The Pale Fountains===Before founding Shack, Michael and John Head were in the cult 1980s band The Pale Fountains, and released two albums, ''Pacific Street'' in March 1984 and ''...From Across The Kitchen Table'' in March 1985. However, though critically acclaimed, the albums only reached Numbers 85 and 94 in the UK Albums... read more

Joe Shack

Joseph Shack (December 8, 1915 – May 5, 1987) was a Canadian professional ice hockey left winger who played 70 games in the National Hockey League for the New York Rangers in the 1940s.== External links ==Category:Canadian ice hockey left wingersCategory:Ice hockey people from Manitoba read more

Shick Shack

Shick Shack (c. 1727 – c. 1835) was a 19th-century Potawatomi chieftain and leader of a band of the Illinois River Potawatomi. He was also involved in several conflicts during the Indian Wars, particularly during the Peoria and the Black Hawk Wars. He is best known, however, for providing the tribal history of Potawatomi and Kickapoo in Illinois prior to and during the early settlement of the region during the 18th and early 19th century. He, as well as noted warriors Sugar, Marquette and Shady,... read more

Shack Shealy

Alonzo Sheck "Shack" Shealy (June 1, 1874 – October 24, 1929) was a college football player and coach. He was the fifth head coach of the Clemson college football program in 1904, and the only Clemson graduate (1899) to be head coach of his alma mater.A member of Clemson's first football team in 1896, Shealy served as team captain in 1898."A Resume of the Last Football Season and the Prospects for Another Season", ''The Clemson College Chronicle'', June 1899, Volume II, Number 9, page 432.==Biography==Shealy... read more

Shake Shack

Shake Shack is an American fast casual restaurant chain based in New York City. It started out as a food cart inside Madison Square Park in 2004, and its popularity steadily grew. It eventually moved to a stand within the park, expanding its menu from New York-style hotdogs to one with hamburgers, hotdogs, fries and its namesake milkshakes. The company prides itself and emphasizes its use of all-natural 100% angus beef onlyhttps://www.shakeshack.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/SHA_Menu_8.5x11_NWBRY_March-2015.pdf... read more


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