More articles about: june 2017

 
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His children are children before they're ever social media stars.
“I want to drink,” cries Kendra in the now-iconic home video of the Kramers.She was clothed in a burgundy dress, and her wrist was adorned with bangles. “Why? You’re not yet a big girl,” cajoles her father, Doug, in the background, “you’re still a baby.” ...
 
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What I've Learned: Washington SyCip, 95, founder of SGV&Co. and the Asian Institute of Management
At SGV, my role was to provide leadership for the firm and for the nation. When I retired I realized there was quite a lot of things that needed to be done to alleviate poverty.We had 8,000 students in the Yolanda area ...
 
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Yes, you can take the lead when it comes to designing your space.
Men build the nest. Women take care of the flourishes. Right? But what if you’re not down with your wife’s obsession with Provençal bastides and Pinterest pink? Because your home is yours, its configuration of tables, chairs, and beds should harmonize with ...
 
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“I’m sure kids in traditional schools have lots of one-ups over our kids,” says Kiddo. “But I noticed that mine are very comfortable with people of all ages. They respect adults, but they also seem to treat them as equals."
As soon as this family of five scuttled through the automatic glass doors of the specialty supermarket, Cady, 6, who brought her longboard, started cruising through checkout counters and dodging barrier belts. Dylan, 4, was treating the ironwork of the membership counter ...
 
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In "Origin Story," Chuck Smith talks about growing up thinking he was Pepsi Paloma's son.
I asked if I was the son of the dead ’80s bold star. “Chuck,” she said, pausing this time. “Anak ka ng Diyos.”Here’s a confession: I am the son of a dead ’80s bold star. Until, one day, I was not. But, by ...
 
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The Magnum fellow continues to document survivors of human trafficking, migrant workers, highlighting their unbroken spirit rather than their victimhood.
"My mother still yells at me when I'm being stupid and stubborn. I do not think about it because it's bad for the ego. Ego kills creativity," says photographer Xyza Cruz Bacani.Since getting her work noticed by the New York Times' Lens ...
 
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Behind the scenes with #TeamKramer
“I’m a natural father. It doesn’t take a lot of effort to spend time with my kids. And in return, my kids love spending time with me.”“My dad, he used to be very busy. But whenever he’d be home, we’d spend time ...
 
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Behind the scenes with our third June cover, Richard Gutierrez and Zion.
“We don't look at it like it's a work thing. We see it more as a collective timeline, where years from now we can look back at memories and tell Zion all about it. It's also nice to inspire people, especially young ...
 
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Plus, the photos of this father-daughter pair that didn't make the cover.
“What I’ve been noticing is that some parents, because they’re very busy with so many things, they outsource raising their kids. They outsource it to nannies, to aunties, to schools, to social media, to YouTube. And I think that’s a fatal error.”“I ...
 
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Dingdong and Zia Dantes are father-daughter goals.
“I want to see her helping people. I want to see how compassionate she is, I want to see how much she loves her family, I want to see how much she respects humanity, I want to see how she embraces her ...
 
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Four dads star on our cover this month. Plus, Train to Busan's Gong Yoo in Louis Vuitton, Amando Tetangco Jr. on the best thing he's done with money, and more.
THIS ONE’S FOR THE DADS. To celebrate Father’s Day, we shine the spotlight on four famous new fathers and their super-famous kids, with four different covers for our June 2017 issue. They speak to us about the weight of their roles and ...
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