The WGVU Morning Show

The United Way

May 12, 2017
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Guests from the Heart of West Michigan United Way join us to discuss Community Happenings. VP Marketing Ellen Carpenter joins us today to talk about Food Security.

NorthShore Arts Corridor, every month putting the spotlight on the arts in our northern-most listening area. Guests today include Beth Beaman, Cindy Beth Davis-Dykema and Artist Karen Antrim.

Karen Coy joins us to discuss the annual Heritage Hill Home Tour coming up May 20 and 21.

Grand Rapids Magazine

We talk about where to go and what to do come this weekend in West Michigan with Grand Rapids Magazine’s Sarah Tincher.

We discuss the topic of anxiety with Lara Akinrinade and Amanda Malbouef from Forest View Hospital.

Grand Rapids Symphony

May 11, 2017

Dale Hovenkamp and Peter Perez from The Grand Rapids Symphony join us to talk about the Symphony Scorecard. 

National Geographic

National Geographic Magazine's cover story, “Genius,”  looks at intelligence tests and asks the question if geniuses are born or nurtured.  Story writer Claudia Kalb joins us this morning to talk about it.

The Kent County Resource Fair takes place at the Boys and Girls Club, May 18th. The event is free and open to the public. Spokesperson Lisa Knight joins us to share the information.

Aging Well Conference

May 11, 2017

There's an Aging Well Conference next Tuesday, May 16th, hosted by the Council on Aging of Kent County. Co-Chair Kevin Hagler joins us in studio.

WGVU Explorers

May 11, 2017
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WGVU Explorers / WGVU Public Media

The WGVU Explorers are in Alaska.  WGVU's Michael Walenta joins us for an onsite report.