Hector chats with his long-time buddy, Fernando Gonzalez, a high-school counselor and sociologist by training currently pursuing a doctorate in educational leadership.
Hector chats with Andrew Silva about health & fitness, travel, marijuana, dogs, A.I., and a bunch of other things.
Hector chats with his brother Chris about growing up as latchkey kids in a working-class, single-parent, immigrant family on the hopeless side of a racially, ethnically and economically diverse suburb of Chicago.
Hector chats with Efren Candelaria, co-owner of Sobremesa Supper Club which offers ‘a Latin inspired, locally sourced dining experience that looks to foster community through food, relationships, and dialogue.’
Hector chats with Reveca Torres, co-founder and director of BACKBONES, a non-profit organization connecting people with spinal cord injuries or disease.
Hector chats with Eric Cortes, a high-school social-studies teacher in New York City.
Hector chats with an old high-school buddy, Nicki Nicole Niemet, who now works as a professional hip-hop dancer and photographer based in Los Angeles.
Hudson, the latest book of poetry by Xánath Caraza, is the literal version of a sealed jar preserving the power and beauty of the Hudson’s sacred waters.