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.
Hector chats with author Daniel Cubias (‘Barrio Imbroglio,’ ‘Zombie President’) about growing up in the Midwest, life as an author, writing in the age of Trump, and diversity in Hollywood.
Hector stops by the Luxor in Las Vegas to chat with his longtime friend and colleague, Marlena Fitzpatrick, about her childhood in Puerto Rico, the world of music and musical theater, dominoes, and the future of Puerto Rico.
Hector chats with his younger brother Chris about his time in the Marine Corps.