/ Modified jan 5, 2018 4:28 p.m.

"A Twist of Lemmon" - A Son's Heartfelt Tribute to his Famous Father

Also: Preview Governor Ducey's 2018 "State of the State" address; explore black holes with Tucson astronomers featured on NOVA; and why the 1976 Mexican film "Canoa: A Shameful Memory" remains relevant.

chris lemmon hero 2 Chris Lemmon pays tribute to his famous father Jack Lemmon in the stage show "A Twist of Lemmon".

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Featured on the January 5th, 2018 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

  • Lorraine Rivera joins Mark to provide a preview of the central topics covered in next week's State of the State address, based on her exclusive interview with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. You can watch the full interview as part of the debut episode of AZPM's new public affairs show Arizona 360...


360 lorraine bts hero Arizona 360, the new public affairs series from Arizona Public Media, premieres January 5 at 8:30 p.m. on PBS 6.

  • A pair of Tucson astronomers featured in the NOVA episode Black Hole Apocalypse talk to science reporter Sara Hammond about these unusual space phenomena, and what their research into black holes is revealing about our universe...


Nova black hole event hero Nova: Black Hole Apocalypse 2-hour special airs on January 10 at 8pm on PBS 6. (PHOTO: Nova)

  • Film essayist Chris Dashiell looks back at Canoa: A Shameful Memory a groundbreaking Mexican film from 1976 that mixes documentary with drama to tell about the events that lead to the murders of three students amidst the political and social conflict of 1968. After years of obscurity in the United States, the film has now been reissued as part of The Criterion Collection...


canoa a shameful memory hero Enrique Lucero as the priest in "Canoa: A Shameful Memory" (Mexico, 1976)


chris lemmon hero 1 Chris Lemmon pays tribute to his famous father Jack Lemmon in the stage show "A Twist of Lemmon".

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