When Porter Moser took over the basketball program at Loyola University-Chicago in 2011, a manila folder was waiting for him on his desk. In it, was a detailed scouting report, written by a then-91-year-old
Every coach in the business gave Porter Moser the same advice: Take the job. Sign the juicy contract. Play in the Garden. Move up to the Big East. But they don’t know Moser as well as Moser knows himself.
Last year, 33-year-old Walker Hughes — who has autism and is minimally verbal — was rushed to the hospital after he tried a new medication that made him agitated. "We're driving at rush hour and my sweet
On March 26, 1969, John Kennedy Toole used a garden hose to pump exhaust fumes into his car. He wouldn’t live to see the success of his novel, “A Confederacy of Dunces,” which he had tried and failed get