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Choosing the right sport for your child can be tricky, but Nimble Sports have gathered up some questions to help fight the right fit for your kid.
Some Oregon filmmakers have launched a Kickstarter campaign to help finalise a doco profiling America’s last remaining Blockbuster video store.
In his first viewing of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial since becoming a father, The Dad Website’s film reviewer Tom Gilchrist reflects on the impact of the absent dad on the 1982 classic’s key players.
There’s a place for jingling bells and Santa Claus’ imminent arrival, but we think the most effective Christmas tunes are those laced with real life. Here are five of The Dad Website’s faves.
The magic of Christmas should be stored in our hearts and minds and not in our phones, writes mum, teacher, author and founder of the ‘Don’t Press Send Campaign’ Katie Duffy Schumacher.
It’s a common gripe from parents that their kids cling to them like monkeys, but what about parents clinging to their kids? In this Big Bad World, it happens, writes Daniel Lewis.
As many well know, the word ‘dog’ doesn’t just mean loyalty and furry-coated fun. Here are 10 classic dog songs that capture both the fun and the fear.
Want to have better relationships, be happier and less stressed? It’s time to consider getting mentally fit and Resilience Agenda founder Hadleigh Fischer is just the man to get you started.
Can one day honouring a parent be more important than another? Yes it can.