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Calling in from her tour bus, Canadian-Colombian artist Jessie Reyez virtually sat down with Vocalo afternoon host Nudia Hernandez about staying present, vulnerability, and pre-show rituals.

Rocío Santos chatted with Mexican-American visual artist, photographer and educator Diana Solís about her endless journey…

Refracting Histories, running November 10, 2022 – April 2, 2023 at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, focuses on images of the human form to make cogent commentaries regarding representation within photography’s historical canon.

Notes on the Great Migration marks the artist’s first solo exhibition in Chicago.

Johari Noelle discussed how moving to LA has affected her artistry, missing Chicago food, her new single and what fans can expect from her live performance these days.

The otherworldly-voiced singer, endorsed by the likes of Anita Baker and Lakeith Stanfield, is mindfully carrying on a tradition that she clearly treasures.

Bekoe sits down with Bay Area rapper Symba to break down his new album.

Pilsen exhibition uses found objects and prints to reflect memories, dreams and research.

Reporter Adriana Gallardo discusses the lasting impact of workers’s rights violations carried out by El Milagro Tortillas — the provider of a culturally significant food staple for many in Chicago’s Latinx community.

Vic Mensa stopped by the Vocalo studios to sit down with Bekoe and discuss his cannabis company 93 Boyz…