Father's Day Gifts That Seriously Don't Suck
Father's Day Gifts That Seriously Don't Suck
By Dan Koday | 06/10/2014 - 14:05

Dad's love may be unconditional, but it doesn't mean he can't be bought every once in a while… Father's Day is the perfect time to spoil your papi and we've found 20+ seriously great gifts that


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So Adorable! New Ad Shows All That Dads Really Do
So Adorable! New Ad Shows All That Dads Really Do
By Samantha Leal | 06/10/2014 - 09:36

Get the tissues ready! Dove's new ad highlights fathers and the role they play in their childrens' lives.


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Roel DeLaGarza Jr. and family
WATCH: Military Men Get to Head Home for Father's Day!
By Samantha Leal | 06/16/2013 - 12:00

Roel DeLaGarza Jr. is a member of the Marine Corps, but a more important title he has would be “dad.” Father to three children – Alexis, 11, Alyssa, 8, and Trey, 3 – the Corpus Christi native has applied the wisdom provided by his own dad to his parenting. Although he’s rarely able to see his father now that he’s in the military and due to his father’s medical condition, he got the chance to spend time with his family thanks to Mission: Care sponsored by Dove Men+Care! We caught up with Roel to talk family, military and the program.


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Jasmine Villegas
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Jasmine V On Her Beautiful Hair: "I Got It From My Dad"
By Lee Hernandez | 10/04/2011 - 11:41

Unlike most girls, half-Mexican singer Jasmine Villegas didn't get her beautiful hair from her mom. "I definitely got it from my dad," says Villegas, who explains that when she was growing up, her dad had amazing hair. "My hair wasn't as pretty as my dad's used to be," she says. But the talented singer, who is best known as Justin Bieber's love interest in his "Baby" video, says that at 17 she finally has better hair than her pop.


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EXCLUSIVE: Esai Morales On Being A Dad: "There's No Nobler Reason to Get Out of Bed"
By Lee Hernandez | 08/03/2011 - 15:30

In the new film, Gun Hill Road, (opening in select cities on August 5th), Puerto Rican actor Esai Morales plays Enrique, an ex-con who returns home from prison to discover that his son Michael (Harmony Santana) is now a transgendered girl named Vanessa. Esai says the new movie—which he describes as the "Latino Crying Game meets Precious"— isn't for people with weak stomachs. It's intense, dark, and at times brutal. 


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