The WGVU Morning Show

The Rapid

Apr 17, 2017
Rapid central station / Metro Magazine

We talk about interurban transportation with guests from the Rapid. Jennifer Kalczuk and Senior Planner Kevin Wisselink join us to talk about the new e-fare system.

We discuss the Heartside Harmony Chamber Music Society. Their Inaugural concerts begin this weekend. We talk to founder Arturo Ziraldo.

Muskegon Museum of Art

The Muskegon Museum of Art will soon open the major exhibition,  “Edward Curtis, the North American Indian.” We talk about it with Judith Hayner this morning.

Guests from the Calvin College Theatre Company join us to discuss the production of Nicholas Nickleby this weekend.

All About Holland

Apr 17, 2017
Holland Area Arts Council

All About Holland, guests join us to discuss the arts in Holland, MI.  The Holland Area Arts Council's Lorma Freestone joins us along with guests from the Holland Symphony and musician Jim Cooper.

A Physician Practice is opening Michigan's first specialized medical nail salon.  We speak with CEO Karen Paradiso and a guest from Foot and Ankle Specialists.

Inclusion and Equity

Apr 14, 2017

Weekly we focus on the work of area organizations and individuals advancing inclusion and equity in our community. This morning we hear from Mariano Avila, WGVU’s Inclusion Reporter, and WGVU grant writer, Steve Chappell, project director of WGVU’s grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in the area of racial equity

Watch Muskegon Go

Apr 14, 2017

Watch Muskegon Go, a monthly conversation with guests on behalf of the Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce. Today, Sara Damm discusses the sustainability clean up days in April.

Howmet Playhouse

North Shore Arts Corridor, sharing news on what is happening in our northern-most listening area. Beth Beaman from the Howmet Playhouse is our guest.

Inside Festival Event

Apr 14, 2017
Festival of the Arts

Artist Chris Laporte and Festival of the Arts Co-Chair Melissa Buth join us to discuss an Inside Festival event, a Portrait Class with Mr. LaPorte.