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Six-Word Search: Dad

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

From the outpouring of memoirs on fathers and fatherhood, it’s clear: pops are important, their impact felt whether present, absent, or no longer with us. At their best, and occasionally, at their worst, fathers have helped shape your worlds. Many Sixers revere their Dads—some traditional, others, unconventional—and reflect on how each has influenced the other’s [...]

“I never realized dad wasn’t macho”: The Best Six-Word Memoirs of the Week

Saturday, June 16th, 2012

No matter who we are, what we choose to identify with is profound and important. This week, sports bars around the nation (and world) filled with eager fans gathering to cheer on their teams of choice in Stanley Cup and Eurocup matches. Whether we choose to support a team, quote a song or book, cite [...]

Six-Word Search: “Dad”

Friday, June 15th, 2012

With Father’s Day approaching, many of us at SMITH Magazine are struggling to get our gift ideas together in time for the holiday. Dads aren’t always the easiest people to shop for. They can be stern or goofy, close or distant, helpful or harmful; the variations are endless, and no two relationships with a father [...]

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