You might know Rebecca Caraveo as Cattie Ness, the rockabilly queen of the San Joaquin. You might also know her as a woman about town interested in local arts and culture. And starting Friday, you’ll also know her as a talk show host.
Caraveo is the latest well-known local to score a talk show on Central Valley Talk. Her “Central Valley Arts and Culture” debuts on at 3 p.m. Friday.
Here’s what she had to say about the first show and her plans after that:
My first guests will be Marcos Dorado (100 Faces of Fresno – Arte Americas) and Professor Dick Haas (This and That – Spectrum Gallery) talking about their current shows. Through the next few months I’ll interview guests on a wide range of current cultural events. My focus will be on Diversity, and the Unity of Community.
Jon Carroll from the Reel Pride Film Festival will visit. Ray Appleton is scheduled twice to talk about two of his passions: The Civil War Re-Enactment and his Rock n Rod event, featuring his hotrod. The end of October will bring Izzy from Mistress of Reality, the Black Sabbath all girl tribute band, and before I leave for Paris in November, Craig Hamilton Arnold will come chat about the Met and the exhibits of French artists Chagall and Matisse, and his lecture on the subject for Alliance Francaise.
You can watch on centralvalleytalk.com or on digital tv 33.1.
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