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MOCA's Jocko Weyland: 'If You Stay Busy You Have No Time to be Unhappy'

Also, a legislative update; Adiba Nelson talks about motherhood challenges and the language of love; and Something Something Theatre presents 'Dov & Ali.'

MOCA Jocko Weyland Departing curator of MOCA, Jocko Weyland
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Featured on the April 7th, 2017 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

  • Christopher Conover provides an update on the state legislature's progress on a budget for the next year, and decisions that may decide the future of citizen's initiatives...

  • Adiba Nelson reads an essay about motherhood and change, explaining why her daughter's advances in speech therapy make her proud but wistful for a time when they shared their own private language of love...

adiba nelson spotlight Adiba Nelson in the AZPM radio studio, 2016.
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  • Mark talks with Joan O'Dwyer & Paul Hammack, two members of the Tucson-based Something Something Theatre, about their new production Dov and Ali, the story of a professor and a student who find they have more in common than seems likely...
something something theatre Dov & Ali spotlight Something Something Theatre's production of 'Dov & Ali'
courtesy Something Something Theater
  • And, Andrew Brown discusses the future of The Tucson Museum of Contemporary Art with outgoing curator Jocko Weyland, who shares his opinions on the positives and negatives of Tucson's art scene...

ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT airs every Friday at 8:30 am and 6:00 pm and every Saturday at 5:00 pm on NPR 89.1 FM / 1550 AM.

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