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Hit It - What's No. 1 On World's Music Charts

Hit It - What's No. 1 On World's Music Charts

Here are some of the songs topping the charts from music hot spots around the world.

(photo: Khaled - David Bascunana)

Worldcrunch Pick:

"Knock, knock. - Who's there? - The. - The who? - Yes." Our pick of the week is The Who's "Quadrophenia." Oct 19 will mark the 40th anniversary of the British band's second rock opera, so we thought we'd get all you mods in the mood in advance, leaving plenty of time to buy new mirrors for your Vespa and get your parka nice and shiny.



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Do We Need Our Parents When We Grow Up? Doubts Of A Young Father

As his son grows older, Argentine journalist Ignacio Pereyra wonders when a father is no longer necessary.

Do We Need Our Parents When We Grow Up? Doubts Of A Young Father

"Is it true that when I am older I won’t need a papá?," asked the author's son.

Ignacio Pereyra

It’s 2am, on a Wednesday. I am trying to write about anything but Lorenzo (my eldest son), who at four years old is one of the exclusive protagonists of this newsletter.

You see, I have a whole folder full of drafts — all written and ready to go, but not yet published. There’s 30 of them, alternatively titled: “Women who take on tasks because they think they can do them better than men”; “As a father, you’ll always be doing something wrong”; “Friendship between men”; “Impressing everyone”; “Wanderlust, or the crisis of monogamy”, “We do it like this because daddy say so”.

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