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Join host David Fleming for a program dedicated to Arts and Entertainment in our region, as well as the people and places providing it. Interviews with authors, producers, visual artists and musicians, spotlighting a classic album or a brand new release. From musical legends and icons - to players at the local level, from Broadway tours to Community theater, from the Hollywood Bowl to the Redlands Bowl.

Ways to Connect

5/16/14 - Bill Cosby, Generation NOW

May 16, 2014

We will be in conversation with KVC aRts general manager Alfredo Cruz and Bill Cosby, who will be at San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino in Highland, Thursday May 22nd. David Fleming speaks with Jennica Billins, organizer for San Bernardino Community Festival at the end of the month. The festival hosts music, arts, and a forum for political candidates. She is apart of Generation NOW, a movement that conducts events around San Bernardino to help get out the vote.

David Fleming speaks with Rob Mardis about NerdPop and N-Cult, organizing live art with live music, and a tour around the area. Also, we hear from guitarist Sean Longstreet, a regional musician and educator who's been listening to KVCR for as long as he can remember, and now you can hear him on KVCR.

Ken Vincent Speaks with Author Susan Straight about her latest novel, Between Heaven And Here. Rick Dulock speaks with Allan Borgen host of KVCR TV's, "Let's Dine Out." Joanne Acosta speaks with Susan Golden of the Museum Of Latin American Art in Long Beach, CA. Also David Fleming speaks with Bob Knopp and Stacy Frazier about the Annual "Arts & Music Festival" held at Cal-State University San Bernardino.

Rick Dulock speaks with Daryl Brock about the 9th Annual Veterans Day Parade in Riverside, CA. David Fleming speaks with Lindsay Wagner of the critically acclaimed movie, A Message From Holly. Also, David speaks with guitarist Jesse Cook.

Shaelyn Blaney speaks with Leela MadhavaRau about the Living On Common Ground Multicultural Festival at University of Redlands April 5th. David Fleming speaks with Lindsay Wagner about her acting career and information on An Evening with Lindsay Wagner at San Bernardino Valley College April 25th. Lillian Vasquez interviews members of two "PBS" singing groups: Under the Streetlamp and Gentleman's Rule. Both groups will performing at the Greek Theatre May 4th.

David Fleming speaks with Andy Woods of Arts Connection San Bernardino. Rick Dulock speaks with Annie Dupre of the Annie Moses Band. Also, John Sheldon speaks with Allison Floyd on the subject of manga anime, particularly about the show "Full Metal Alchemist" and western influence on eastern culture.

Matt Guilhem speaks with Setsu Shigumatsu, creator of  "Guardian Princess Alliance." Lillian Vasquez speaks with Benjamin Dallas Redding who plays Riff in the national tour of "West Side Story." Also Terria Smith speaks with Michael Hammond and Elizabeth Wetherford about the annual Native film fest in Palm Springs.

David Fleming speaks with Bradley Scott Hampton, the local jazz director at CSUSB, about bringing the music of the Swedish A Capella sensation: The Real Group. David also speaks with J.P. Houston and Julie Vanderhusen, creators, producers, and voices of American Parlor Songbook. 

David Fleming speaks with Ariel Twedo and Bird Runningwater, hosts of Native Shorts premiering on KVCR-TV. He also spoke with Daniel Van Thomas, co-writer and principle actor in the Zombie-Western, Revelation Trail.

David Fleming speaks with Dan Taylor about The Inland Empire Film Commission. Also, we hear from Ben Stewart and Dustin Miller of Songhammer about their debut album, "World of Songhammer," and new video "Death Is On The Way."

David Fleming in conversation with Stray Cat Lee Rocker performing at the Historic Hemet Theatre. John Sheldon speaks to us about Through Wonderland at Crafton Hills. Also, Ron Berglass speaks with Paul Jacques about some seasonal theatre in the area. Ron also speaks with Alayna Via, director of the Citrus Valley High School performing arts department. 

David Fleming speaks with Shaelyn Blaney about JAMS (journey across musical scenes). Matt Gillum looks at UC Riverside STEM research. Terria Smith speaks with Jolie Proudfoot about the Native American Film Festival. John Sheldon in conversation with Tom Bryant, Director of Theatre at Crafton Hills College.

Mixing culinary into arts and entertainment, Julian Miller speaking with Genie and Forest O'Neil, owners and operators of Festivity Ignition. David Fleming speaks with Murray Hepner about the Lewis Family Playhouse and the upcoming season for the Mainstreet Theatre Company. Lillian Vasquez tells us about numerous events in the area that KVCR is either presenting or sponsoring. Rick Dulock spoke with Diane Mitchell, the current artistic director for the Hemet Community Concert Association.

9/6/13 - Frank Paul Fetta, Paula Poundstone

Sep 6, 2013

Rick Dulock in conversation with maestro Frank Paul Fetta about the upcoming season for San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra. Also we hear from comedian Paul Poundstone.

David Fleming speaks with flutist Tim Weisberg. Also, we hear from vocalist Janice Mann who also makes jewelry. 

David Fleming speaks with musician Rob Thorsen who has a new release out called "Live." Also we discuss the Rhythm of Riverside, a free concert series with a different genre every week. Shaelyn Blaney recently spoke with Ralph Nunez, director of parks, recreation, and community services for the city of Riverside.


David Fleming speaks with Tom Wilson, founder of the Koronenberg Old World Renaissance Festival, and then with Darryl McDonald, the director of the Palm Springs International Short Festival. KVCR's Justine Bentley speaks with California Poetry Laureate Juan Fillipe Herrera. 

Shaelyn Blaney speaks to Karen Derris and Nina Fernando about a recent trip to India to meet the 17th Karmapa, and the book that came from this visit - The Heart is Noble. David Fleming speaks to Ray Brooks, who appeared recently for the 2nd time at the Hi-Desert Music Festival in Victorville. 

Rick Dulock joins David Fleming for a special Membership Campaign edition. We'll have Lillian Vasquez in conversation with tenor Mario Frangoulis. David also interviews Lillian about autism, the KVCR autism initiative, and a local autism-related art event.

David Fleming speaks with Sean Longstreet, providing the score for a regional production of MacBeth. He also spoke with Yvonne Flack, director of the production. With several jazz cd's under his belt, David also spoke with Kyle Eastwood. 

David Fleming speaks to University of Redlands theatre professor Chris Beach about his career, and about "8" - a play about proposition 8, written by Dustin Lance Black. He also spoke to former Inland Empire resident, Jules Day about HER career, and about her cd DAYDREAMS. 

Ken Vincent speaks to Pasadena City College professor, David McCabe about his novel Without Sin. David Fleming speaks to Dr. Ernie Garcia about the National Orange Show Art Gallery revitalization. David also spoke with Tim Hauser, founding member of The Manhattan Transfer.

    On the next KVC-Arts, a talk with Chris Clarke about the George F Beatty Planetarium right here on the campus of San Bernardino Valley College. We'll hear about the 7th Biannual Animation showcase coming up next Friday at Riverside City College. Also, as flamenco guitarist Jesse Cook was wrapping up his first PBS Special and his newest CD, he stopped in the KVCR studios, and spoke with Rick Dulock. We'll have that conversation as well as music from Jesse's latest CD. This and remembering Dave Brubeck, on this KVC-arts, with David Fleming.

    David Fleming in conversation with actress AND professional storyteller Geraldine Keams, probably best known for her role as Little Moonlight in The Outlaw Josey Wales. We'll hear from Tim Harjo, Director of Programming for FNX - the KVCR-digital TV channel dedicated to indigenous people. David also spoke with actor and musician Shawn Michael Perry.


    In this edition of KVC-Arts, originally aired for our Fall 2012 Membership campaign, we'll hear from Paul Rodgers from FREE, BAD COMPANY, THE FIRM, and, lately, fronting QUEEN. Pop star Richard Marx talks about Raisin Bran, Canned Tuna AND his performance at the Annenberg Theatre in Palm Springs in November. Kenn Vincent speaks to Joan Hedges McCall about how the city of Redlands came to be in his new book. Also, Arlo Guthrie, talking about Alice's Restaurant, AND public broadcasting.


    David Fleming interviews Corey Howdyshell, Sean Daniels, Robert Olsen, and Sean Longstreet - members of Hippie Cream - a Southern California Psychedelic Folk Band... and their latest, most focused release, Antique Imagination.


    David Fleming in conversation with American Jazz Guitarist, Kenny Burrell.  Also, a profile of  Idyllwild's Jazz In The Pines with the festival's Artistic Director and KKJZ Announcer, Bubba Jackson.

    David Fleming in conversation with Stray Cat's Lee Rocker, going over his time with The Stray Cats, as well as his newest two releases. Also, Marsha Gebera, program director for The Redlands Bowl.