Two decades in, The National continue to defy categorisation. Here we rank their eight studio albums and broach the subject of ‘dad-rock’.
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You Don’t Have to Save the World is a suspenseful Father’s Day short flick with a twist from Floridian filmmaker Kevin O’Brien.
Run by four dads from northeast USA, the ‘Dad Shoes’ Twitter page celebrates a global phenomenon. But what makes a shoe a dad-shoe?
The brainchild of Californian dad Jordan Tetrick, the ‘Dear June’ app is a simple, minimalistic place where parents can post to their children.
Daniel Lewis reflects on the sport that spans the generations in his native Australia.
Whistling and dads. They go together like wine and cheese, Lennon and McCartney. Or they used to, at least. Here are 10 whistle-infused tracks to reunite dads with a centuries-old pastime.
Ivan the 1/2 Inch Worm is a delightful parable on the importance of always doing your best by Iowa-based children’s author Jason Gangwish. The Dad Website’s Daniel Lewis chats with Jason ahead of the book’s release.
More than five decades after the original Mary Poppins, the lady who’s perfect in every way returns to the screen – and capably recaptures the magic.
Parenting modern teens isn’t easy, but then modern parenting ain’t a walk in the park either, says Californian family coach Sean Donohue in this wide-ranging interview.