The Courage Of Jill CostelloAfter a promising junior season as a coxswain at Cal, she learned she was in the late stages of cancer. The next year was her best.
Jeff Hatch Was Dealing Fentanyl. And Helping Addicts. Then a Planned Visit from the VP Blew It All UEx-Ivy Leaguer and NFL-er Jeff Hatch spent years telling audiences of his triumph over opioid addiction, to great acclaim. Then as the rehab center he worked at drew national attention, a tortuous backstory of cops, dealers and deception came to light. Now, for the first time, Hatch, the people who know him and the people who thought they did speak out at length
Revenge Of the NerdsAFTER DECADES OF IGNOMINIOUS DEFEATS, CALTECH FINALLY HAS A FORMULA FOR TURNING THE TABLES ON ITS CONFERENCE FOES
Lost SoulBison Dele, once known as Brian Williams, left the NBA behind to explore the world. His quest carried him to a mysterious end near Tahiti. More than a decade later, his spirit sails on.
Love and LhotseDriven by loss, two of the world’s best mountaineers, Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison, set out to make history—and find answers—in the shadow of Mount Everest
The Wizard Of KabulLONG AGO, IN A COUNTRY FAR AWAY, A YOUNG PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEER TURNED A RAGTAG HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SQUAD INTO A NATIONAL TEAM WITH THE DISCIPLINE AND SKILLS TO BEAT A FOREIGN POWER. THIS IS THE STORY OF HOW TOM GOUTTIERRE, WITH ASSISTS FROM BILL BRADLEY AND JOHN WOODEN, BECAME ...
THERE WOULD BE MANY MOMENTS WHEN TOM GOUTTIERRE WOULD WONDER HOW HE, A BAKER'S SON FROM A SMALL TOWN IN OHIO, CAME TO BE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD, IN AFGHANISTAN. BUT NONE QUITE AS UNLIKELY AS THIS.