Louie Barrios is using the nonprofit established in his mother’s name to highlight a need for better support of kids who age out of the foster care system.
Ginobili provoked the “pop” out of Popovich. He lit the fire in the coach’s eyes, the fuse on the coach’s tongue. Ginobili could speak three languages and make Pop swear at him in four.
During a medical career that spanned more than a half century, Pruitt spearheaded innovations that helped revolutionize the management of trauma and burns for patients around the world.
Sosa and his nonprofit team at Yes! Our Kids Can are attempting to persuade students as young as 4 and 5 to consider college.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a time when survivors, mental health advocates and others unite to save lives.
Manu Ginobili played basketball instinctively and reflexively, with heart and grit, twisting your body here, zipping the ball there.
Bob Bass changed the NBA. As a coach, he revolutionized the shooting guard position and turned George Gervin into a Hall of Fame player. As a general manager, Bass molded the Spurs into an elite franchise and helped transform San Antonio into a basketball-crazed metropolis.
Four times a week, New York restaurateur John Chadwell cooks meals for those who visit Corazon Ministries, a downtown outreach of Travis Park United Methodist Church.
The Barrios children started a nonprofit, Viola’s Huge Heart Foundation, that awards scholarships to students from low-income families.
For the past 22 years, Alex Gonzales has served as a high school booster, mentor, father figure, crisis counselor, and unofficial chaplain.