Ina Chadwick reminisces about her larger-than-life father and his untimely death—and imagines how it might have been different.
Ina Chadwick invokes her father through the dance of memory.
Ina Chadwick shares the story of three men who sustained her family through unfathomable loss.
Ina Chadwick shares a painful story about growing up with a narcissistic mother and a father who tried his best to protect his daughter.
Men’s beards may not be the cleanest places on earth, but Ina Chadwick identifies the real bacteriological risks.
Ina Chadwick and her husband click … and click, and click, and click, as his obsession with tech has taken control of their home.
In 1962, when Marilyn Monroe was queen, Ina Chadwick could never keep her union-leader father’s attention—until she picked up a .22-caliber rifle.
Stranded in Spain when the Twin Towers fell, Ina Chadwick experience the greatest of divides.
One drink leads Ina Chadwick to a struggle with class, gender, power and more than a few of her father’s ghosts.
Bobby Thomson’s “Shot Heard ’Round the World” couldn’t have happened without a crafty Polo Grounds electrician—and Dodgers fanatic—named Abe Chadwick.
Ina Chadwick’s biggest addiction? Addicted men. She thinks her dad had something to do with it.